shared some details on how users can root their brand new LG G2 smartphones on Verizon and AT&T, and now we have similar news for you Motorola fans. The brand new DROID ULTRA, MAXX, and Mini on Verizon Wireless have all been rooted, and the same method applies to the Moto X as well.
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 are having a pretty fun time making fun of the competition with their new line of "Lazy Phone" ad spots on TV and all over YouTube. Essentially showing off all of the important and excellent features of their new Moto X smartphone. We mentioned a few earlier this week, but this morning one of the best ones yet was just released.
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.
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.
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.
Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside has shared some rather interesting numbers, revealing that its manufacturing facility near Dallas, Texas has been shipping out 100,000 Motorola Moto X smartphones weekly. This could be a positive sign for the company as it tries to go head to head with rivals Apple and Samsung.
Motorola has one in the works. If the details that have come along with these leaked images are accurate -- it looks like we are getting another look at what will become the Motorola DROID 5. While we always try to be a bit skeptical with leaked images, we can say that this round of images does match up with the batch that leaked back in August.
Moto X was going to arrive with a locked bootloader. But on the flip side of that, it was previously announced that majority of the carriers would allow users to unlock the bootloader should they want to go that route. Anyway, with that in mind, it looks like the Motorola website has already been updated to reflect the T-Mobile availability.