Articles about Moto X (2014) (page 2)

Moto X (2014) Makes Its Way Onto US Cellular
If you’ve had your eye on the new Moto X from Motorola, you might be interested to learn that the handset has been launched on US Cellular. Granted this isn’t one of the major carriers, but if you’re already a customer of US Cellular or if it provides you with a better deal or coverage, then perhaps it could be worth your consideration.The handset will be priced at $99.99 with […]

Verizon Moto X (2014) Available Now
A few weeks back Motorola unveiled a new device that many of its fans had been anxiously waiting for, the successor to last year’s popular Moto X flagship. The Moto X (2014) went on sale recently and there were rumors that Verizon would be offering it as well. We had heard that the carrier will start selling Moto X (2014) from September 26th. Those who are interested in picking one […]

White Moto X (2014) Has Been Backordered Due To Unexpected Demand
While the backplate of the Moto X will come in a variety of finishes and options, the front panel however will be offered in either black or white. Unfortunately if you were not quick on the trigger with your pre-order, you might be disappointed to learn that according to reports, it seems that the white version of the new Moto X has been backordered due to overwhelming demand.According to the […]

Motorola Actively Directing Customers Away From First-Gen Moto X
It wasn’t too long ago that Motorola officially unveiled the new Moto X. The handset is the successor to last year’s Moto X and as expected, comes with hardware improvements as well as a change to its overall design. That being said, it seems that Motorola is now actively trying to get customers interested in the new Moto X.This is apparent on their website in which in place of the […]


Moto X (2014) Pre-Orders Have Started Shipping
Motorola’s much awaited successor to the Moto X (2013) was finally unveiled earlier this month. The company showed off the new smartphone, simply called Moto X (2014), on September 4th and announced that it will be available for pre-order starting September 16th. At that day the unlocked and AT&T variant went up for pre-order. Now reports are coming in that the first batch of pre-orders have started shipping.

Moto X (2014) Reportedly Arriving On Verizon 26th September
It wasn’t too long ago that Motorola took the wraps off the new Moto X. Based on the initial reviews of the handset, it seems that it has been pretty well-received by consumers so far, thanks to its features, its hardware, and also its customizability. That being said, if you’re a Verizon customer looking to get your hands on the device, it seems that come 26th September you will be […]

Sprint Not Getting The Moto X (2014)
I have always maintained the notion that unless something official is mentioned or revealed by a particular company or organization, anything and everything else would remain as rumors, plain and simple. Hence, it is with much trepidation that I bring you word from Motorola Mobility, who used Twitter as the communication medium of choice to inform Sprint customers that they will not be on the receiving end of the spanking […]

New Moto X Pre-Orders Go Live
Over the weekend Motorola had confirmed that soon its new Moto X smartphone will be available for order. The wait finally ends today. The new Moto X is now available for pre-order in the U.S. Alternatively AT&T subscribers can also visit their carrier’s website to place a pre-order for this smartphone.

AT&T Now Taking Pre-Orders For The New Moto X
A couple of weeks ago, Motorola took the wraps off the new Moto X. The handset features some pretty decent specs and maintains some of the features and customization options that made the original Moto X an interesting and appealing smartphone. Now the good news is that if you liked what you saw in the new Moto X, you will be pleased to learn that AT&T has started to take […]

Moto X (2014) Review
The Moto X was my favorite Android smartphone of 2013. A year later, and the landscape’s changed. So too must the Moto X. For the second-generation model, which we’ll refer to as the Moto X (2014), Motorola decided to improve on the fronts that market trends have shifted towards.Bigger screen with higher resolution? Check. Better camera? Check. Metal body? Check. High-performance processor and GPU? Check. More customization options such as […]

Motorola Announces New Smartphone Trade In Program
Just last week and finally after all the rumors and speculation, Motorola took the wraps off two new phones – the new Moto X and the new Moto G. Both phones’ predecessors were popular in their own right and with the improvements Motorola has made, we don’t see why the newer models can’t be as popular, if not more.Perhaps to help get the ball rolling, Motorola has recently launched their […]

No Developer Edition Moto X For Verizon This Year
Back in 2013 when Motorola unveiled the Moto X, they also announced that a developer edition Moto X would be released and make its way onto Verizon. Well if you were hoping that the same thing would happen again with the new Moto X, you might be disappointed to learn that Motorola has no such plans this year.This is according to a question posted on Google+ in which a user […]

New Motorola Moto X (2014): First impressions
The Moto X was supposed to be the iPhone’s ultimate match. It was hailed as the best Google smartphone that wasn’t Nexus-branded. It was so close to replacing the Nexus that it was a shock to the world when Google revealed it was selling the company it paid $12.5 billion for in 2012 off to Lenovo for $3 billion earlier this year. Even Google couldn’t make Motorola a winner.With tutelage […]

Moto X+1 Moto Maker Exclusive For AT&T May Only Last Three Days
Motorola fans are anxiously waiting for the company to unveil the successor to the Moto X. We have already seen many rumors and reports about the Moto X+1, an official announcement is expected soon. Recently it was speculated that this time around AT&T will have exclusive on the Moto Maker variant of Moto X+1 for up to one month but a report published today claims that the exclusive status will only […]