Moto X Moto Maker off-contract pricing sees a drop

The Moto X saw a price drop last week, though, at the time that only included the on-contract pricing. That meant the handset dropped to $99.99 on a two-year agreement, while the full retail price remained at $579 and $629 for the 16GB and 32GB models respectively. And well, similar to the $100 drop for on-contact purchases, the off-contract price has dropped by $100.

Moto X and Moto Maker pricing gets halved

We were hearing rumors of a Moto X price drop from even before the handset officially launched. And well, it looks like that drop is currently going into effect. There has yet to be any official announcement from Motorola, however they have done the next best thing -- dropped the price on the website. Those checking the Moto X page on the Motorola website will see a price that has been cut in half.

Motorola DVX tipped to arrive as the Moto G

A Motorola trademark filing was discovered earlier in the week. At the time there was little more than how Motorola had trademarked the name Moto G. As we often see on the web, when the details are light, the speculation goes into overdrive. In this case there was talk of everything from the Moto G being a Google Edition Moto X to the possibility of something headed towards Verizon Wireless.

Motorola DVX release may bring Nexus price competition

Similar to the HTC One Max rumors, at some point it may get to a point where the Motorola DVX leaks head into overdrive. While it certainly appears to be heading in that general direction, this latest brings a bit of talk about the specs and potential pricing. The key here, these details are sitting firmly in the unconfirmed category at the moment.

Motorola DVX rumors suggest budget prices and color options

While the Moto X has been available for a little while now, the talk of the lower priced alternative remains as rumor. We are referring to the Motorola DVX, though as of this point in time we have yet to hear any mention direct from Motorola. CEO Dennis Woodside did once refer to the Moto X as a brand and spoke about how additional products were coming though.

DROID ULTRA Limited Edition with red-stipe arriving for non-employees

We saw a DROID handset appear with a red-stripe and limited edition branding shortly before Verizon Wireless and Motorola announced the new DROID lineup. At the time the handset was referred to as being a DROID ULTRA and that was later confirmed to be an Employee Edition model. Well, it looks like the handset has slipped into the wild with an option for non-employees to make a purchase.

Motorola tablet may take features and design ideas from the Moto X

The details are very much on the light side, however it is looking like Motorola may be getting ready to build upon what they are currently doing with the Moto X. What we are seeing is coming by way of a brief conversation between Dennis Woodside and Engadget. The comments coming from Woodside brought talk of tablets and phablets, but seems to be circling around the design and technology of the Moto X.

Verizon Moto X root access proven possible

The Moto X is available with a wide variety of US carriers at this point, however your ability to tinker with the phone will vary depending on which carrier you have. Motorola does offer an option to unlock the bootloader, however that option is not available for those with AT&T and Verizon Wireless. But official paths aside, it looks like someone has managed to get past some of the blocks and has achieved root access on the Verizon Moto X.
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