Moto X is one device that will surely put Google acquired Motorola Mobility back to track. Since a long time we have been rumor about the mysterious X phone from the Motorola and it is only during the recent times that we came to know that this flagship device will have customization capabilities as its main USP.
If you have been following the Moto X on the web, you will be wondering where and how you can lay hands on the device. It is said that the entire handset will be completely constructed in America and it is going to be available on the major networks on US. So, you will be able to get the Moto X phone through Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, US Cellular and T-Mobile.
The Moto X is expected to be available at the last week of August or by early September. The device will be first available in United States, Canada and Latin America. So, Asian markets will have to wait a little longer to grab their Moto X phones. However, if you are living in the aforementioned places, you are lucky enough to taste the device first.
The Moto X will be available for 199USD on a two year contract with popular names like Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, and US Cellular. However, it will take some time for T-Mobile to start selling the Moto X. Recently leaks about the T-Mobile powered Moto X shows that the device will not be directly sold by T-Mobile but it will be made available through Motorola channels. Even Magenta will be offering Moto X but the details on it will be revealed later.
Even the popular online shopping site, Best Buy, will be selling the Moto X. The Moto X from different cellular network service providers will be sporting their brand logos respectively. AT&T customers will be the first one to avail the Moto Maker service which will allow users to completely customize their Moto X phones. It is a website that will provide customers with all the possible features that will help in customizing the Moto X phone.
If you will be purchasing the Moto X through other carriers, as of now there is no information on whether you will get the customization options but you will only able to make a choice between black and white colored Moto X device. AT&T and Sprint will be releasing the Moto X on Aug 23. Verizon is the first one to release the Moto X. It is going to launch the device on Aug 29.