AT&T has confirmed plans to launch the Moto X beginning Friday, August 23. On that date, anyone interested in buying the new Moto X can purchase a standard version in black or white or customize the color choices for the device using Moto Maker and get a free accessory.
Motorola is trying something rather unique to promote the Moto X - letting people build their own phone. Here's a video walkthrough of how the Moto Maker website will customize the Moto X color and other features.
The Moto X hasn't even made it in stores yet, but Android fans are already clamoring for a Google Play edition. Has anyone bothered to look at the phone and see that it basically already is a GP Android phone?
What heck is a Clear pixel? It's a camera sensor designed to improve lowlight photography, and it's one of the hallmark features of the Moto X. Here's a quick tour of the Moto X camera software.
The Moto X lacks the numerical computing power to compete with Android flagships from rivals HTC and Samsung, but it represents well in other areas. You might be surprised to discover how well.
Motorola announced the Moto X today and confirmed the long-running talk about the phone being able to be designed to a buyer's content -- if that buyer is an AT&T subscriber.
After hearing about this phone from friends and reading so many rumors about the phone that was supposed to revolutionize customization on smartphones and blow away the competition with its hardware. Here's a quick hands-on to see if that's the case.
The Motorola X Phone is now Moto X, and its now official. After two full seasons of leaks, Motorola today introduced the first smartphone created since being acquired by Google. Here's what you need to know about the all-new customizable phone.
Motorola today unveiled three new smartphones heading to Verizon that share the same internal features. However, the Motorola DROID Ultra, DROID MAXX, and DROID Mini have big differences in hardware.
Verizon Wireless today unveiled the next generation of its DROID series of Android smartphones. Designed to "make DROID more powerful than ever before," the new Motorola DROID Ultra, DROID Maxx, and DROID Mini are a familiar update to anyone who has been paying attention to their many leaks.