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The Moto X is a Motorola Android smartphone that was released in August 2013. It is highly customizable (at order time) and is assembled in the USA. Read our Moto X Review.


2nd-Gen Moto X Android 5.1 Update Brings New Moto Action

05/10/2015, Merely a couple of days after Motorola started things off with a soak test of this update in Brazil the company has now confirmed that Android 5.1 for 2nd-generation Moto X is finally being rolled out. Naturally the update is going to take its time to...

Android 5.1 Coming To Moto X (First & Second Gen)

05/05/2015, Android 5.1 Lollipop has been released for a while now. In fact recent Android distribution figures puts that particular version of Lollipop at 0.7% on all Android devices, and the good news for Moto X owners is that it looks like this particular build of...

Motorola Teases LG That They Had Leather Smartphones Before Them

04/28/2015, With the launch of the LG G4, we had to wonder if LG’s decision to launch a smartphone with a leather backplate a smart one? After all we’ve seen Samsung try their hand at the faux leather design which wasn’t particularly well-received, not to...

Android 5.1 Hits International First-Gen Moto X

04/23/2015, It was not too long ago that we brought you word on how Motorola is currently testing out the Android 5.1 Lollipop update for their first generation Moto X smartphone. Having said that, it looks as though Motorola is more confident about this update...

Android 5.1 For Moto X First-Gen Being Tested

04/21/2015, I’m sure many owners of the original Moto X might have wondered at some point whether or not their device would receive the Android 5.1 Lollipop update. It’s nearly two years old and has relatively dated hardware but there’s hope yet....

Motorola Offers Free Moto Hint With Moto X Purchase

04/08/2015, The Apple Watch might have started to see early reviews roll out, with whispers of “meh” accompanying it, or so that seems to be the sentiment, but let not such news detract from another piece of wearable technology. Motorola is the one behind this...

First-Gen Moto X, E And G Will Go Straight To Android 5.1

04/02/2015, Even though Motorola has been very quick in getting the Android 5.0 Lollipop update out for some of its recent devices, first-generation Moto X, Moto E and Moto G owners have been waiting for the latest iteration of Android to arrive. We have know for a...

Moto X Gets $140 Discount Only For Today

04/01/2015, I know, I know, today is April 1st and you’re very careful about what you read online but this is actually the real deal. While Motorola did get in on the April Fools’ fun with those handcrafted selfie sticks it did offer something of...

Moto X Gets A New Red Leather Option On Moto Maker

03/30/2015, A few days ago we reported that Motorola had teased a new leather option for its Moto Maker feature. At that time it was unclear as to which device the new leather could be for, but we suppose it doesn’t really come as a surprise to learn that it will...

Moto X (2015) Expected For August/September Launch

03/26/2015, The Moto X (2014) was launched in the later part of 2014 and given the success Motorola’s had with the device, we’re sure many users are looking forward to seeing what this year’s Moto X has in store for us. However the question is, when can we...

First-Gen Moto X Lollipop Update Soak Test Begins

03/15/2015, Motorola was one of the first few OEMs to quickly release the Android 5.0 Lollipop update soon after Google rolled it out late last year. Even carrier branded versions of some of its recent models received the update well before their rivals. Those who...

Moto X Finally Gets Hint Of Lollipop Update

02/10/2015, Motorola might have come close in delivering their promise to bring the Android 5.0 Lollipop update to its entire range of Moto-branded smartphones, but there is still one more handset that has yet to benefit from this promise – the first generation...

Republic Wireless Releases Android 4.4.4 For Moto G And Moto E

01/25/2015, Software updates tend to take up a considerable amount of time before they’re deemed ready for Republic Wireless. That’s because this carrier’s Wi-Fi cellular calling system requires certain changes to be made to the software which take...