The Big Red has got more surprises in store for the customers. Aside from the 4G LTE-enabled Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5, Galaxy Note 4, WiFi calling, VoLTE Advanced Calling 1.0, and the early upgrade offers by Verizon, the mobile carrier is believed to releasing the next-generation Motorola Moto X this coming September 26.
Nothing official yet but a leaked memo shows the pricing and availability of the Motorola Moto X. A Blaclk/Resin Moto X model will be $99.99 on a 2-year contract for only $24/month. As a special promo and for a limited time, a White/Bamboo model is priced at $99.99 but will cost $27.49/month on Verizon Edge. Promo will run from September 26 until October 10 only.
As with any Moto X units, Verizon’s version will also be customizable via the Moto Maker (which also recently went live in the UK, France, and Germany). A 16GB model of the Moto X will also be $99.99 with a $24.99 monthly fee on Edge. Twice the storage capacity at 32GB, the model will be $27.40/month but with a $149.99 one-time payment under a 2-year contract.
Here’s a review of the Moto X specs:
• Android (4.4.4)
• Splash-resistant glass
• 1080 x 1920 pixel resolution, 423 ppi
• AMOLED display
• Light sensor, proximity sensor
• 13 megapixel camera with Dual LED flash
• 2 megapixel front-facing camera
• Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 8974-AC system chip
• Adreno 330 graphics processor
• 16GB/32GB storage capacity
• 2300 mAh battery
Old Verizon subscribers or new customers still have a few days to decide if they’re getting a Moto X from the carrier. Who’s getting a Moto X from Verizon? Anyone?
VIA: Phone Arena