No Moto X SD Expansion Slot
Monday 29th of July 2013
It looks like the new Googlerola has emerged and the Moto X is either leading or following the next Droid line. As you can see from pics displayed from EVleaks more importantly the second set of images, there will not be an SD Expansion Card slot on these soon to be released devices. If you notice from looking at the "white" version of the Moto X phone, there is a slot which is large enough to hold a SIM card. If you look at the "black" version below it shows the "Power button" and the "Volume (+) & (-) buttons" which this device carries the suit with the rest of the new line. Full-size Larger image
No Moto X for the UK
Thursday 01st of August 2013
New line of products planned for European market instead, spokesperson tells Pocket-LintThere's disappointment tonight for buyers in the UK hoping to pick up Motorola's much-hyped Moto X handset. British tech site Pocket-Lint says a Moto spokesperson has confirmed that the device will not be coming to the UK. Instead, the Moto X is apparently the first in a new family of Motorola phones, and more devices in this family will be launched globally in the future.The site quotes a Motorola spokesperson as saying—"Because it is the first one, the Moto X has had a real buzz around it, but the US launch is not about the US being Motorola's priority at all, there are devices coming to Europe. We can't share what they are as of yet, but they are from the same family. They are cool and they are exciting and there is a lot in Europe coming up."Motorola UK has been fairly quiet over the past year. The British arm's last major launch was the Intel Atom-powered RAZRi last September —a device which although decent, failed to set the smartphone world alight.
No Moto X for you, Europe; other “cool and exciting” devices from same family planned
Thursday 01st of August 2013
The Moto X will not be available in the UK (and all of Europe), Motorola has apparently confirmed to a publication, but other “cool and exciting” devices from the Moto X family may be en route.Motorola on Thursday announced the Moto X, revealing that the handset will ship in U.S., Canada and Latin America starting with late August.While we expected Motorola to announce availability details for Europe and other regions of the world at a later date, it appears that won’t happen. Pocket-lint has been told that the Moto X will not be available in the UK (or, by extension, in Europe):A few days before the event, we did notice that Motorola’s only local sites teasing the Moto X were the ones in the USA, Canada, Brazil and Argentina, with Europe and other regions missing out on the action.It now looks like the Moto X is not a handset meant to hit Europe, or at least not the first-gen model.That said, we have no idea what other member are in the Moto X family at this time, but we did hear that a cheaper handset may be also in the works.Let’s hear it from our international readers,
No Micro SD card slot, no sale
Sunday 18th of August 2013
Only 32GB of on board memory, no micro sd card slot to expand, no sale. Period. What are they thinking?
"20 tips for Moto X" by Droid Life, but probably no big news for ya'lll already android users...
Tuesday 20th of August 2013
Since everyone knows android already, no biggie, The usual moto x stuff til 8minscamera functions from 8 - whateverphotos can be in card mode 10:55, hi web os, good to see you.shows skip @ 13minsand then does a coupla settings ho hum, but there ya go.
The new Moto X — hands-on!
One of our favorite phones gets bigger, stronger, and hopefully has fixed the cameraMotorola Mobility doesn't look doesn't look like a company that's been bought and sold twice in the past couple years. It doesn't look like a company that's still waiting to find out if Lenovo is its new master, or if Google (which all but admits it was about the patents) will continue to control it. No, as Motorola hosted scores of journalists at its new downtown Chicago headquarters, it looked very much like the Motorola we became reacquainted with in 2013 — the maker of one of our favorite Android phones (and its extremely popular siblings).And now, it's bringing us the new Moto X.Yes, that's the name. No Moto X+1. No Moto X2. Just Moto X. And that very much feels right. Motorola has taken what we loved about the original Moto X and improved it. It's taken our biggest criticism to heart, it says — that'd be the overhyped camera — and worked on it. And it's done all this in a package that mostly appears to stay true to the spirit of the original, and the direction Motorola has taken in it
No Moto X for Sprint
Thursday 18th of September 2014
According to Android Police and Droid Life 2014 Moto x will not be coming to Sprint. I was going to buy one outright as I am in the middle of a contract and I cracked my screen. Looks like Im buying a 2013 version Posted via Android Central App
No Moto X or Motomaker at AT&T
Sunday 28th of September 2014
So I had to go to AT&T today to order my wife her iPhone 6 and thought I'd check out a new Moto X while I was there. They had neither last year's nor this year's model available, but they had two Amazon Fire phones on display lol. So sad. I'm not even sure what to think about that. To top it all off, the AT&T guy helping me didn't even know what a Moto Hint was... I'm just at a loss with AT&T right now. Motorola needs to get it's act together and start marketing, seriously. The phone that professional reviewers label as one of the best all around doesn't even rate a show room model, but the worst android phone had two? Really? Posted via Android Central App
Why???????????????????The Moto X does not feature an SD card slot;
Sunday 25th of January 2015
Why??The Moto X does not feature an SD card slot;