Tag Archives: Motorola

Moto X for T-Mobile drops to $499

So far, the only way to get the Moto X for T-Mobile has been to pay $599.99 and buy it directly from Motorola’s own site. And – although you still have to go through Motorola to get the magenta-flavored version – you now only need to pay $499.99. If you head on over to Motorola.com, you can order either the black or white versions now, for $100 less than the … [read full article]

(Updated With Full Change List) Software Update To T-Mobile Moto X “Dramatically” Improves Camera

  Updated: Motorola’s full change log is now live.   Some good news for early Moto X buyers on T-Mobile as a new software update is rolling out with “dramatic” camera improvements. The Moto X was a device I gave high remarks to in my review but specifically called the camera as an area that needed work before the device could really hit the levels of … [read full article]

(Update: Motorola Confirms Sales Begin Today) T-Mobile Moto X Order Page Spied On Motorola’s Website

Update: Just a few minutes after this post went live, Motorola confirmed that the Moto X for T-Mobile is now officially for sale on Motorola.com.  Moto X is now available in the US at AT&T, Sprint, U.S. Cellular, Verizon Wireless – and starting today – T-Mobile via Motorola.com. If you’d like to create a phone that’s uniquely yours through Moto Maker, the design experience is currently available with AT&T.[read full article]

Google Sells Out Of 8GB Nexus 4 Online, Won’t Replace Inventory

A bit of disappointing news that might be wrapped in exciting news as the 8GB Nexus 4 sells out of Google’s Play Store. However, even as Google briefed The Verge the model won’t be replaced…it raises the question if a Nexus 5 is on the horizon. There’ s been no shortage of rumors on the Nexus 4 successor, including a back and forth on whether LG or Motorola … [read full article]

Moto X Review: Motorola’s First Smartphone On T-Mobile In Years

For a long time I’ve wanted to get my hands on an Android smartphone that is the right combination of size and specs. Many might (and will) argue that the Moto X doesn’t hold up on paper to the Galaxy S 4 and HTC One, but in my real-world experience it’s just as good. It remains very unfortunate that, for whatever reason, T-Mobile has decided not to offer, at least initially, the … [read full article]

Image Confirms T-Mobile Moto X Availability Through “Google Play Only?”

With lingering questions still surrounding the T-Mobile Moto X launch, perhaps this image that just landed in my inbox will help clear up some answers. According to the internal shot from T-Mobile, the Moto X will only be available through “Google Play.” Immediately after the launch, a statement provided by T-Mobile Marketing Chief Mike Sievert stated the Moto X would “initially be available through Motorola’s channels.” That’s slightly contradictory from … [read full article]

T-Mobile Posts Moto X Support Page, Still No Launch Details

We’re still eagerly awaiting any kind of launch details to officially drop from T-Mobile surrounding the Moto X launch, but until then we’ve got a newly posted support page. For the most part, it’s just a placeholder now and I really don’t expect anything on the launch to be posted in this section, but it makes me hopeful T-Mobile might say something soon. T-Mobile CEO John Legere teased the release of … [read full article]

Motorola VP: Moto X Developer Editions “Rolling Out In Days”

  I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t still disappointed that T-Mobile didn’t pick up its own “branded” edition of the Moto X. I’ve been using an AT&T model for the past 10 days or so and…I love it. It’s size, its feel in the hand, it’s glorious. Sure, for spec-heads it won’t compare pound-for-pound against the likes of the Samsung Galaxy S 4 and HTC One on … [read full article]