Moto X dummy models arrive at Cricket Wireless, hinting at future release

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Five of the United States’ major carriers are already offering the Moto X by Motorola, but what about some of the smaller guys? Cricket —  an affordable no-contract carrier — seems to be gearing up to launch a Moto X of their own soon.

A trusted source sent in this image of a nice, big box of shipments for the “XFON PP1310,” which are the dummy models stores use to showcase the device before the real deal is available. The particular model they received are woven black, though there’s no indication that will be the only color option available at launch.

Unfortunately, our source didn’t have much other information to share in terms of expected availability or pricing, but if dummy models are coming in we certainly shouldn’t be far off from a launch. We’ll be looking to gather more info in the days to come, but in the meantime you can read our Moto X review to see if this would be a phone worth purchasing once they’re finally available.

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  • Jordan Pfingsten

    XFON on the label! Aha!

  • bakdroid

    Where the hell are the Verizon units at Best Buy?!?

    • tomn1ce

      vzw has them captive to promote the new Droids -_-

      • bakdroid

        Hell you can’t even get the new Droids in Best Buy stores. And Verizon increased the price of the S4. They are douchebags!

  • tomn1ce

    I’m wondering for how much cricket is going to be selling the Moto X. Devices on these carriers tend to be cheaper then what the big 4 carriers offer them for.

    • Steve

      Cricket usually sells at full retail.

  • dandybuck

    does Cricket use the Sprint network? will it have LTE?