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More Google Motorola ‘X Phone’ details emerge

More Google Motorola ‘X Phone’ details emerge

More Google Motorola ‘X Phone’ details emerge
News from CNET:

A fresh new batch of rumors indicate that all major carriers will offer the Motorola smartphone this summer.

January 22, 2013 10:32 AM PST

What is Google cooking up with the rumored X Phone?

(Credit: Scott Webster)

Google will announce the rumored Motorola X Phone at its annual Google I/O conference in May, according to the latest round of rumors.

A 600-page forum thread picked up by Droid Life spills a number…………… continues on CNET

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Motorola X Phone via Google Play only means trouble
News from Phones Review:

The Google Android mobile operating system continues to dominate the smartphone world in most areas with numerous new hardware being released on an almost daily rate. This has been helped by the release of a number of flagship devices, but a Motorola X phone available via Google Play could only mean trouble.

A couple of days ago rumours emerged that Google were set to unveil a new smartphone that was going under the codename of Motorola X at this year’s Google I/O event. It was suggested that this handset would not be a Nexus device but would come running the latest Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie operating system from the off.

Since then some new rumours have emerged that still hint at the phones unveiling at Google I/O in May, but now a release date is being suggested of July 8th. It is also being claimed that all carriers will have access to the Motorola X with the likes of Verizon pricing the device at $ 299 with a new two year contract, and if you want to unlock the bootloader the carrier will charge you an additional $ 15 fee.

Again it is being claimed that the Motorola X will be available via Google Play for around the same price as the Nexus 4 range, with…………… continues on Phones Review

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