featured
featured

Verizon Moto X

The Moto X officially landed on AT&T's shelves today, making the big blue carrier the first in the U.S. to offer Motorola's new flagship. None of the other operators that are slated to carry the Moto X have offered any insight as to when they'll start selling it, but according to one Motorola executive, non-AT&T customers won't be Moto X-less for long.

Punit Soni, VP of Product Management at Motorola, took to his Google+ page today to reshare Motorola's announcement that the Moto X is now available at AT&T. Soni added that this launch is just "step 1" of the device's rollout and that more carrier versions of the Moto X will arrive "in days." The Developer Editions of the Moto X are also expected to roll out soon.

One of the highlights of the Moto X is its widespread availability, with the device set to launch on all four major U.S. carriers as well as U.S. Cellular. As I said before, though, AT&T is the only one that's made any announcement regarding a release date, so all other U.S. wireless consumers have been stuck in the dark in regards to Moto X availability. Thankfully that sounds like it'll be changing soon.

We still don't know exactly when the Moto X will land on the shelves of other U.S. operators, but a recent leak suggested that Verizon's variant could land on Aug. 29. That's less than a week away, which would certainly fit within Soni's "in days" timeframe. Here's to hoping that the other carrier models are just as close.

Via GigaOM, +Punit Soni


Don't forget to VOTE! Each week, PhoneDog Fans vote for their #1 smartphone in the Official Smartphone Rankings. Vote now and contribute to the industry's most relevant weekly ranking charts


Products mentioned in this Article



eBay prices for the Motorola Moto X 16GB Black


Related posts



Comments & discussions  




Most popular Videos
Most popular Videos
Most popular Videos

Most popular Reactions
Most popular Reactions
Most popular Reactions

This weeks "People's Choice Rankings" best smartphones
People's Choice Rankings


See all hot devices