The Moto X we’ve been hearing so much about lately seems to be coming to nearly every major carrier in the United States, just like original rumors promised. The device seems to have made its way through the FCC for US Cellular, the nation’s fifth largest carrier, under the model number XT1055. This brings the total count up to four so far, with Verizon, Sprint and AT&T all having their versions outed from the same governmental outlet. That leaves T-Mobile, though we suspect it won’t be long before Magenta’s version rears its head.
Some folks are a bit underwhelmed by what we’ve been hearing regarding the Moto X. Despite Google saying they wanted to make sure Motorola made a device that inspired them, rumors suggest the device will make its way to store shelves without bleeding edge specs. To be specific, those rumored specs include a 1.7GHz dual-core MSM8960 processor, 2GB of RAM, 720p HD resolution, a 10 megapixel rear camera with a 2 megapixel front camera, 16GB of internal storage, LTE and Android 4.2.2.
Rumors are only rumors, though, and we’ve seen enough of them turn out untrue to know not to trust them 100%. We’ll still be looking forward to seeing this phone unveiled in the weeks or months to come, but for now we still have no idea what it looks like or how fiercely it’ll come out of the starting gate.
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