The most disappointing thing about the Moto X wasn’t the mid-range specs, or the price, or even availability. It was the lack of Moto Maker for anyone other than AT&T customers. Sure, if you were on Verizon, T-mobile or Sprint you could still buy the device. But those crazy color combos and welcome messages were ... Read More »
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The Moto X was released to less-than-spectacular consumer reaction. It wasn’t a bad phone by any means, but it had its miscellaneous issues. A big one was poor camera performance, which was recently rectified with a software update. However, the software updates are released by the carrier, so customers who purchased the device have to ... Read More »
The Moto X is an interesting device. Its complicated Motorola X8 processor with dedicated cores for various functions, customizable design and American manufacturing mean it’s a pricey phone to make. And despite people calling it overpriced, it really is worth what you’re getting. However, the spec to price ratio is still a little low for ... Read More »
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If you’ve been holding of on purchasing the Motorola Moto X because the standard white and black options currently available from Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon simply don’t get you excited, we may have some good news for you. According to @evleaks, AT&T’s stranglehold on Moto Maker will expire next month, with Verizon ... Read More »
Carrier control over devices is disappointingly strong. Locked bootloaders and tons of bloatware are what make or break a phone for many tech enthusiasts, and the Moto X is no different. On both AT&T and Verizon, the devices have permanently locked bootloaders with no unlock method. Trying to appeal to the tech crowd, Motorola has ... Read More »
The Moto X, in a purely spec based world, isn’t anything to brag about. Yeah, there are some handy software features, but being able to totally customize the color of the Moto X is the device’s real selling point. In a world of brightly colored Nokias and iPhones, the Moto X still manages to stand ... Read More »
It may not be the stratospheric shipping totals that we are accustomed to seeing with Samsung’s flagships, but according to Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside 100,000 Moto Xs a week are exactly where they need to be right now to meet their carrier demands. According to Woodside, the facility is capable of ramping up ... Read More »
Many people value Android for its customization options. That includes launchers, replacement SMS apps and more. Some people want to go beyond changing apps and head into the custom ROM world. What if you want more features or a pure AOSP experience? That’s the beauty of Android: it’s all possible thanks to the amazing community.
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T-Mobile users who have been waiting to get your hands on a fully Magenta compatible Moto X, your time has almost come. The T-Mobile variant of the Moto X has just popped up on the Motorola website in both woven black and white, but you can’t buy it just yet.
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No matter our thoughts on the Moto X (and I know many of you feel very strongly about the device), it’s an innovative device with some pretty cool software features. Touchless control, active control and quick capture are novel features. But exactly how useful are they in the real world? Motorola’s new advertising campaign attempts ... Read More »