Motorola X To Arrive As A Product Line

  • Heavily influenced by Google
  • Expected announcement at Google I/O
  • Highly customizable

Last week, a video from a Vietnamese blog starred an unannounced Motorola smartphone which a lot of people though as the previously rumoured Motorola X Phone.

  • Heavily influenced by Google
  • Expected announcement at Google I/O
  • Highly customizable

Last week, a video from a Vietnamese blog starred an unannounced Motorola smartphone which a lot of people though as the previously rumoured Motorola X Phone. However, all the speculations soon died down as the featured phone didn’t quite meet the public’s expectations when it comes to its specs.

And this week, more information has surfaced that may explain the existence of the said Motorola phone. According to rumours, the Motorola X phone will not be a single device but rather an entire product line similar to Samsung’s Galaxy devices.

Allegedly, this line is going to be directly influenced by Google and hence its announcement is rumoured to be at this year’s Google I/O developer conference. Motorola is also rumoured to guarantee at least one full Android version update after the phone has been purchased and will take care of the update process itself as opposed to letting the carrier handle it.

Rumours also suggest that Motorola will be allowing users to modify the phone in terms of hardware and software. This means that users will be able to specify the amount of RAM and internal storage they like, preloaded wallpapers, ringtones, apps and contacts. This will all be done in a very fast pace in order for Motorola to be able to send it to the customer in a span of one week.

Lastly, the Motorola X line will reportedly be subsidized by Google similar to the Google Nexus 4. There is no further information about the price yet, but reports are suggesting that the Motorola X phone or phones will be priced at around $299. In any case, we should just wait for Google I/O on May 15th to get the full details.

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