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Months later, Moto adds the wooden option in the Moto Maker and that too received positive feedback! Motorola refuses to stop there, even in this day and age when hardware seems to become stale and obsolete within a quarter of a year, Motorola is moving aggressively ahead with it’s Moto X, today they announced a bunch of new customization options.
These new color choices are presented as part of the Moto X “College Collection,” specifically chosen to allow college students (as well as alumni or anyone else looking to show support) to outfit their Moto X designs in their school’s colors. Motorola is even partnering with a case company to offer clear cases that add the school’s logo (at extra cost), complementing your color scheme.
Q: When will see Moto X in Aisa A: In next few weeks Moto X will launch in India and Australia #MotoMWC
— Motorola Mobility (@Motorola) February 25, 2014
The Moto G launched earlier this month across the Indian subcontinent and it is indeed selling at hot cakes! The company further plans to capture developing markets like these and offer its flaghsip for a very competitive price to the masses.
Are you excited for the Moto X to arrive to your country?
After the recent announcement of Lenovo’s buyership of Motorola, it’s great to see that the company is still doing great. Being one of the first flaghsips to receive Andorid KitKat and this new pricepoint, the Moto X is still one of the best deals available out there. For those that have been comparing the Moto X and the Nexus 5, now that you can get the Moto X for less than the Nexus 5, will you be pulling the trigger and buying one?
If you’ve been thinking to pick up the Moto X lately then you’re not alone. Since, Motorola received a lot of attention, love and buzz when it last announced a great discount on the Moto X, Motorola doesn’t want to miss a chance to outsell once again.
What’s so special about this time and date? For just one hour, Motorola will be offering $100 off on the Moto X! That means you can get the 16GB model for $300 outright (no-contract), or 32GB model for only $350. Adding a wood back will cost you just $25 more as usual.
On the good side if you miss this “till stocks last” then Motorola still offers $75 off till February 14.
My Vanilla Android loving friends in Europe were definitely jealous of Americans when it comes to the Moto X. The Moto X is already listed on the UK and German Motorola online stores.
For people who reside in France, Britain or Germany, beginning of February is when you should be looking out for the Moto X. When it comes to the trademark customization of the Moto X – the Moto Maker doesn’t show any hint of being available there as of yet.
Are you buying a Moto X or rather would go with the Moto G?
And now, an exciting news tells us that for a limited time, Motorola will throw in a free Chromecast with each off-contract Moto X purchase. That means for the $399 entry price you get a free dongle that otherwise retails for $35.
Unfortunately you get to take advantage of the special offer for a limited period of time and it expires on January 14, at 11:59pm ET. Are you getting the Moto X and Chromecast combo?
If it wasn’t for the company to take people by storm by offering remarkable specs in a neat package at $179, here comes the big news : $100, off-contract!
Rumours backed up by almost obvious photos suggest that Verizon has decided to offer the smartphone at $100 off any contract on prepaid accounts.The news comes from Google+ user Josue Joseph who apparently works at Best Buy and posted the image above simply saying: “Look at what just arrived!!”.
While Verizon is officially yet to confirm any such plans, would you like to have one at this crazy price?
While no specifications about the product are given in the patent, what the company seems to be describing in this patent application is a smartwatch that would have a flexible display and a flexible chassis.
Google has teased a lot of designs about how a smart wearable watch would connect with Android and it’s device manager. Although none of the companies have come out with a product, it now seems like we finally might have a product next year.
In the beginning, Motorola tackled it’s bad camera implementation on the Moto X by making the Camera App available on the Play Store. This gave the company the time and flexibility to update it regularly.
The new camera App that is rolling out new has extra language support and bug fixes, the new camera app introduces the ability to manually control focus and exposure. Also, focus and exposure are adjusted together and not independently.
After PhoneBloks went viral, Google and Motorola came out with Project Ara to make the PhoneBloks concept a reality by tying up with different hardware partners. It also showed how much Google was dead serious about customization.
This Project today saw itself achieve a radical manufacturing partner – 3D Systems. Today, the two companies have announced a multi-year deal that’ll see 3D Systems building what Motorola calls “the factory of the future,” and providing a complete end-to-end fabrication process for ‘Project Ara.’ This would mean that 3D Systems is responsible creating new “multi-material printing capabilities including conductive and functional materials” to build these modules (e.g., chassis, battery, etc.)
2014 could just see a Prototype of Project Ara, would you not buy yourself a future proof phone?