The latest device from Google and Motorola has finally been officially revealed today to the delight of fans. The Moto X is one of the most highly anticipated smartphones to come to the market with its solid hardware and attractive design. Some carriers have already announced that they will be carrying this model and one such carrier is US Cellular.
US Cellular has just opened the Moto X online pre-order page with a still undetermined release date. Reports however say that the device will be available at the later part of this month.
The device will cost $199 on a two year contract and will come with a free Motorola Boom Bluetooth headset valued at $59.99. The carrier is also offering a Switcher bonus which knocks an additional $75 off the price making it only $124 for new activations. If you’re not keen on getting a two year contract you can get this device off contract but it will cost you $699.
Joe Settimi, vice president of products, pricing and innovation for U.S. Cellular, said that “We’re excited to offer our customers this amazing Motorola device that has features and tools to help you simplify and enhance your life. Moto X lets you experience key features like Quick Capture Camera. With a twist of a wrist it gives you the ability to capture meaningful moments instantly with friends and family.”
Moto X Technical Specifications
- 4G LTE Data Capability
- 3G CDMA 850/1900MHz EvDo Rev A/4G LTE
- Android™ 4.2.2 (Jelly Bean)
- 4.7″ AMOLED™ 720p HD Touch Display
- 1.7 GHz Dual-Core Processor with 2GB RAM
- 10 MP Camera w/ Auto-focus and LED Flash, 2 MP Front-Facing Camera
- 1080p HD Video Capture & Playback
- 16GB of Onboard Memory
- Wi-Fi Capable
- X8 Mobile Computing System
- Integrated 2200mAh Lithium-ion battery