moto-x-assemblyIt was just yesterday when we managed to get a glimpse of the Nokia Lumia 1020 (that already had its pre-order sold out in a relatively short time, now how about that?) on the production lines, and it seems that Motorola does not want to lose out on the publicity game, and has decided to share an image of the Moto X that begins its life at an assembly line somewhere in their Texas factory, using Twitter as the propagation vehicle of choice.


The image as you can see above, does not show off the upcoming Moto X smartphone at all, but at the very least, it does depict a worker on the assembly line in the factory working. Which is good, otherwise that worker might get the boot if he was caught napping on the sly, no? Motorola remained coy about the image as they tweeted, “Yep. This guy is building exactly what you think he is. Designed by you. Assembled in the USA.” That alone should have given the game away that the handset is the Moto X, since we do know that it will be assembled in the US. [Twitter Link]

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