Motorola also want to follow the trend of launching new and new smartphones in early basis as Samsung and Apple doing. Motorola is going to launch its new smartphone named as Motorola X. The Motorola X Phone is very much real and will start shipping in July this year, according to sources within Motorola. The X Phone has been circulating in the rumour mills for quite some time now and is expected to be unveiled, or at the very least, teased during Google I/O in May. That would also be a good launchpad for the estimated July launch date.
According to the facts retrieved and statement given, the phone will have an edge-to-edge full HD display, a rugged or unbreakable casing and a long-lasting battery, something that Google feels has been often ignored by other manufacturers. There is also a news that it will use the Sony Exmor RS which is currently used in the Sony Xperia Z.
The first phone to be produced by Google and Motorola, after the former acquired the latter’s business last year, will give you the liberty to pick the device and then choose which carrier you want go with. Similar to how Dell changed the PC game in the 1990s, Google wants to build phones to order and then sell them at a very affordable price tag, which won’t be bound to a contract.
According to Android and Me’s sources within Motorola, the first retail X Phone device will go on sale this summer. The website says that the Motorola device that was leaked to Vietnamese blog Tinh te last week was one of the X Phone models. The source said that the leaked device is an earlier prototype and the design has undergone some slight changes since then.
The last decision is to the Motorola, but if it is launched with such features than it will be an affordable smartphone in the vein of the Nexus series. Google and Motorola will sell smartphones for the same prices that people are willing to pay for today’s flagships on contract; however, the X Phone line-up won’t be tied to a two-year contract.
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