Moto X To Be Made in USA, Focus on Sensors
Motorola's CEO Dennis Woodside today personally announced a handful of details about the company's next flagship phone. The phone - to be called the Moto X - will focus on responding to context using sensors, automatically entering pocket, hand-held, car, and camera modes. It will also be assembled in the USA, in a Texas factory previously used to make Nokia phones. The FCC has recently approved high-end, unannounced Motorola phones for Verizon, AT&T, and Sprint, all of which may be carrier variants of the same Moto X phone. Woodside was speaking at the D11 conference.
Hands-On: MOTO X
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Review: Motorola Moto X for AT&T
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Motorola Says Custom Moto X Orders May Not Arrive in 4 Days
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Motorola Intros Skip, Easier Security for the Moto X
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Motorola's MOTO X Offers Voice Control and Customizations
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Lots of Sensors, but...
let see what google got now!!!1