The Moto X smartphone is one of the best handsets in the market, not because it rivals most flagship phones in power but because it is designed for an everyday user. The launch of the Moto X, which had dominated rumor topics for months, was very welcome and I am certain there are millions of fans waiting to get their hands on it. If you are a Verizon customer and are waiting to get the Moto X, a new leak says that you will only need to wait slightly over two weeks before getting the phone.
A screen inventory screen leaked to the internet just a couple of hours ago reveals that Verizon will be receiving the inventory starting August 15th but the devices may not be available on the shelves till August 23rd. Verizon has not made any official announcements regarding the Moto X including availability and price but the closest hint we have regarding its availability was the revelation that the Moto X will be available with unlockable bootloaders on all carriers but Verizon (read full story here).
We expect that Verizon will be selling the 16 GB version of Moto X phone for $199 with a 2 year contract just like AT&T but it could be different since this is just a speculation. If you are unsure if you should get the Moto X, perhaps you should check out our comparison of the phone with the leading flagship smartphones here. Note that there are many other places you can buy the Moto X without contract including Best Buy which is selling it for $699. If you are an AT&T customer, you may be interested in what AT&T said regarding the sale of Motorola’s current flagship smartphone here.
This post first appeared on Android Central http://www.androidcentral.com/verizon-s-moto-x-launch-aug-23-says-leaked-inventory-screen.