Moto X, the same brand you knew, yes, the Motorola brand Google purchased last year. People had been complaining that Google had rendered the brand useless, but is it really true? It’s like Google is doing something about the accusations and is planning a flagship smartphone device, the Moto X.
When the Moto X finally launches, you will be able to choose a color back and trim for your device, you are allowed to engrave a name or message to the back cover, and customize a wall paper for the home screen says an ABC News report citing anonymous sources.
The Moto X smartphone device will run on Google’s latest jelly Bean, Android 4.2.2 OS; don’t be surprised, Motorola is now a Google subsidiary. The report claimed that Verizon among other smartphone carriers is already testing out the phone. Moto X will not be the next Droid flagship phone for Verizon says “The Verge.”
An attempt to get a word from Motorola Mobility by CNET is not yet fruitful; neither does Verizon offers to make a comment.
On Wednesday, Motorola put on a sign-up page for the Moto X where it announced that customers will configure their own phone although it fails to offer additional information. The page established the facts that have been in news papers and magazines claiming that the smartphone is going to be assembled in the US.
ABC news continued in the report that Motorola is expected to have over 2,000 employees at the Forth Worth, Texas facility building where the phone is going to be produced. This local assembling will enable the phone to get to customer’s reach within days of order.
Moto X is expected to be a re-bounce for the company that has been struggling to sells its own Android smartphones. Google has been able to make little or no impact against Apple and Samsung despite the fact that it has the powerful Motorola Mobility in its hands. It had made a lot of strong partnerships with Verizon in a try to market it steady streams of Droid products.