In an effort to revive business, Google’s Motorola recently unveiled the Moto X, the first new product from Motorola as a Google company. The Moto X is set to be the first smartphone assembled in the U.S.A with plans to make the devices in Texas. Because the Moto X is assembled in Texas, U.S. consumers will be able to choose from thousands of combinations and design how their phone will look. From color options for the front, the back, and the accents as well as the wallpaper, the memory, and even a short message, it will be up to the purchaser to decide. Google plans to offer the Moto X to international carriers soon after it debuts in the U.S, but initially international consumers will only be able to choose between textured white or textured black.
The Moto X was build to respond to your voice with no touching necessary. Running on the Android 4.2.2 operating system, it will offer 2 GB of RAM, 16 GB of standard storage, 2 years 50GB storage free on Google Drive, Bluetooth 4.0, WiFi with dual band capable, mobile hotspot, a 4.7-inch screen, and run on 4G. There will also be a version of the phone that offers 32 GB of storage available online. With mixed usage the battery will last up to 24 hours and there is both a front (2MP) as well as a rear camera (10MP) camera with 1080p video. The Moto X is priced starting at $199 with a two- year contract on AT&T.
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