Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Motorola X phone you design yourself

Motorola  customers will be able to choose the colors for the back of the device and the trim for their new Motorola X phone. They will also be able to engrave a name or message to the back cover, as well as upload a photo to be used as the wallpaper on the screen, the report said, citing unnamed sources.  Moto X represents a rebirth of a company that has struggled to sell its Android smartphones. 

As per new FCC filings 2 Motorola models XT1030 and XT1080 have passed the Commission’s tests. A Motorola device with number XT1060 also recently passed through the FCC, which was previously known as the XFON on its way to Verizon.


Motorola X also will run the latest version of Google's Android operating system, Android 4.2.2, or Jelly Bean, unsurprising given Motorola is a unit of Google. The report said that Verizon Wireless, among other carriers, is testing out the phone. The Verge reported that the Moto X will not be Verizon's next Droid flagship phone.


The Verge reported that Google-owned Motorola will begin advertising tomorrow in a series of full-page newspaper ads that breaks from the aggressive, techno-warfare aesthetic of the Droid marketing to promise "the first smartphone you can design yourself."


Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside called the Moto X the company's "lead device" in May at the D11 conference, and confirmed that it's meant to compete with the iPhone and Samsung's Galaxy S4. 


Motorola X New Concept Upcoming Phone 2013 5 inches - YouTube Video

 

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