Just yesterday we reported that Motorola was going to run an ad today regarding its upcoming Moto X smartphone. There’s a patriotic element to that ad as Motorola tells everyone that its latest smartphone is designed, engineered and built in the U.S. The ad also offered a subtle hint regarding something which has long been rumored. It is expected that customers will be able to customize their own Moto X, the extent of customization is not known. Today Motorola launched the sign up page for this smartphone, and once again says that Moto X is going to be the first smartphone that people can customize themselves.
Just to be clear, this isn’t a pre-order page or something that confirms you the very first Moto X as it rolls off the line. The company asks you to submit your email so that they can inform you when the product comes out as well as give you more information about it. Once again the patriotic element has been invoked, this time in the sign up page as well. Motorola is really hammering home the idea to prospective customers that it is the only major company right now that’s making smartphones in this country.
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