MOTO X

Moto X wait time now at weeks, not days

Moto X wait time now at weeks, not days

The Moto X (2014) has been favorably received in early reviews, and is the follow-up to an already great handset. Adequate specs and appropriate pricing are giving some potential owners fits, though, as the Motorola website is displaying big wait times. In some instances, you’ll wait over a month for your new Moto X.

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When Motorola started to focus on YOU, not carriers

When Motorola started to focus on YOU, not carriers

Back in the year 2012, Google acquired Motorola. It wasn’t just Google’s acquisition of Motorola that changed how they approach product design and software development. It was a single meeting between Motorola’s managers presented the features and specifications of their phones to Google. It was there that everything changed.

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Moto X (2014) Review: Finally, a true Motorola flagship

Moto X (2014) Review: Finally, a true Motorola flagship

Motorola never quite got the praise it deserved with the original Moto X, the company's decision to step off the specs bandwagon unduly masked by relatively uninspiring design. Now, the 2014 model arrives to rectify that, sharing the same name but stepping up performance, aesthetics, and - essential for any device with ambitions to play among the flagships - build quality. Has the Moto X finally got the balance right? Read on for our full review.

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Moto X “Pure Edition” said to be in the works

Moto X “Pure Edition” said to be in the works

Save for Google’s Nexus-branded phones, the Motorola take on Android is as pure as you can get. Building on that momentum, Motorola is said to be releasing a very stock Moto X (2014), free of any branding or carrier involvement. Called the “Pure Edition”, this Moto might be as close to Nexus as you can get.

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