The Moto X smartphone, the first of a new family of devices that will be available in the coming late August/early September.
Moto X will be available in 32 color combinations (2 on the front, and 16 on the back) and around 2000 custom designs through a new online tool called Moto Maker. The tool lets buyers to “choose the colors, and other details like front, back, accents, memory, wallpapers,” and so forth before buying the device.
In United States, the Moto X will be available through AT&T for $199 for the 16GB model and $249 for the 32GB model with two-year contract, which features unique colors available for AT&T consumers. In addition, the carrier will also offer the ability to add name, a wake-up message, and unique wallpapers on its version of the handset.
At the launch event, there’s no word for availability, but the company said that Moto X would arrive through all of its partners including Sprint, US Cellular, Verizon Wireless by the end of August, and in Canada and Latin America by early next month.
For Motorola, Moto X surely represents a genuine revival, as the Google-company has promised to focus on the brand. Meanwhile Pocket-Lint has reported that Motorola has plans to introduce a series of devices belonging to the brand Moto X globally. Though current the priority of Motorola is to conquer the U.S. market.
It is not known yet when Motorola will bring the new devices to the Moto X family, but we may see other devices of the series later this year.