The popular and customizable Moto X smartphone is already available from all major US carriers. Verizon to even T-Mobile (at least online) and now it appears that a few smaller carriers are up next. Some images have appeared showing a fifth carrier, Cricket Wireless, could be next to offer the impressive USA-built smartphone.
The folks form Phandroid received a few pictures from what appears to be a Cricket employee unboxing an entire box of dummy models that will grace their store shelves. Which means it's only a matter of time before real working units arrive and they go up for sale on the no-contract carrier.
Yesterday we learned the USA Texas facility where the device is made and assembled has increased production, and they're now shipping around 100,000 Moto X phones a week. Obviously that won't reach Galaxy S4 like numbers, but it's pretty impressive for the new facility in Texas.
The image you see is the above mentioned leak, which proves Cricket Wireless is possibly the next US carrier that will release and offer the impressive phone. As a reminder you'll enjoy Android 4.2 on a 4.7-inch 720p display with some awesome voice and gesture controls. Hands-free Google Now, and much more. Check it all out in our Moto X review, and stay tuned for more details about an upcoming Cricket release date.