The Moto X, Moto G, and Moto X Pro are coming to China


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Now that Motorola is officially owned by Lenovo they are making their return to China. They just announced that three of their latest phones will soon be available in China. We’re already familiar with two of the phones, but the third one is “new.”

The Motorola Moto X 2014 and a new Motorola Moto G 2014 with LTE will be headed to China. The Moto X is a very popular flagship phone right now (it took first place in our Reader’s Choice Awards), and the Moto G is an excellent affordable little device. The third device is being called the Moto X Pro, but the specs lead us to believe this device is leading a dual-life.

The Moto X Pro has a 6-inch Quad HD display, front-facing stereo speakers, 13MP camera, 2.7GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor, and 3,220 mAh batter. Sound familiar? Those are the exact same specs of a device you may know as the Nexus 6.

The Moto X will be available in several different designs, but Motorola is asking users to vote at on January 7th. Release date and pricing for all these phones has not yet been shared. Do we have any excited readers from China out there?

Joe Fedewa
Ever since I flipped open my first phone I've been obsessed with the devices. I've dabbled in other platforms, but Android is where I feel most at home.

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  1. Rebranded Nexus 6, nice.

  2. >Do we have any excited readers from China out there?
    Yes, if the price is at least 50% or less than that of the US price. Otherwise, who is crazy enough to buy those?

    1. Don’t Chinese pay way more for iPhones in China?

      1. I don’t know, these iPhone users better wake up. If I was in China, I’d rather buy a Chinese brand. The OnePlus One for example.

  3. I wonder if the moto X pro will be available in moto maker. If so that means colored backs floating around on ebay soon :)

  4. Poor china

    1. They don’t have to read your asinine comments, so I’m not gonna say poor China, I’m gonna say I’m jealous of China.

    2. Yes, because making more Android devices, regardless of the manufacturer, available to more people is a bad thing. Take your stupid, ridiculous fanboy comments somewhere they’re wanted. You were banned from making comments here under a different username a few years ago. Sad to see you still haven’t learned.

  5. Don’t call Moto G 2014 a “little device.” On device compare sites, if you put it next to the 2013 model, it looks huge… which is why my wife wound up with an LG L90 instead.

    1. It is kinda small.

  6. This is all fine and dandy for China, but when’s my ATT moto X 2014 getting 5.0 ????

    1. As soon as AT&T approves it.

      1. yeah…… but that really doesnt give me an idea of “when”. AT&T and Motorola have been saying the same thing on twitter for months.

        1. Welcome to the land of Software QA.

          Either it’s ready when it’s ready, or it’s buggy.

  7. the real question is will I be able to put a mot x pro rom on my n6?

    1. You do know a moto x pro rom would lack google play services? (china blocks google).

      1. They could be side loaded.

  8. If the Pro looks exactly the same on the outside as the N6 it’ll be a first. Most manufacturers try to steer far in design to not match up with the Vanilla version.

    1. It’s pretty much identical, just has the nexus logo removed.

  9. Lenovo is just like a US company. They always make computers and phones 125% price as well as its in the US 。操他妈的联想。

  10. Since it’s for China,it won’t come with any google service.Not interested.

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