Motorola’s giving folks another great reason to buy a Moto X. Their latest deal gives you the option to upgrade to a wooden back cover at no additional cost, a $25 value over its typical retail price tag.
Android 4.4.4 is now officially arriving for the AT&T Moto X. This now leaves Sprint as the last of the big 4 to update, although we’re hearing reports a soak test is now underway. Expect Sprint to push out 4.4.4 in the coming days.
Quick heads-up for those of you who weren’t able to get in on the latest Moto X deal that went up last week — you now have until tomorrow to grab an off-contract customized Moto X for as little as $299.
To say Motorola is in one of the longest transitional periods we’ve ever seen is an understatement. That’s what happens when ownership of the company changes hands twice within two years. The latest changes put some very interesting people in charge.
Ready for one last big sale before Motorola announces the follow-up to the Moto X? The device has gone on sale — as it has many times before — in a back to school promotion that gives considerable savings on off-contract prices.
Ever wanted to unlock your smartphone by pressing it up against your body? Me neither, but Motorola felt the need to introduce new “digital tattoos” that stick to your skin and can unlock your Moto X via a simple tap.
Moto X will soon be available in a 64GB storage option. Coming this Sunday to Motomaker, and will be available to test drive this Monday with Motorola’s new promotion. Let’s hope this option sticks around for the Moto X+1.