The first Moto X variant headed to Verizon showed itself in a leaked photo. The device from the picture is not for sale and no specs have been provided, but you can see the 4G LTE logo in the notification bar. The device might be featuring stock Android JB 4.2.2 OS and the screen is edge-to-edge. It is not a DROID device and we could say it is Motorola and Google’s baby. Its arrival on other carriers like AT&T, Sprint or U.S. Cellular is expected late this summer. The supposed price tags will be of 199$ on a two-year contract and 599$ off contract.
You’ll have the option to custom engrave a message on your Moto X and also a large palette of colors to choose from, like green, purple, pink or teal. In terms of specs, rumors say the device has a display of 4.3-inch to 4.5-inch range at 720p resolution, a 10MP rear camera, 2GB of RAM, 16GB internal storage and a 1.7GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 Pro processor. However, none of this specs have been confirmed so far. According to our source, Verizon is planning on releasing the handset on 23 August as the Moto X. Google said to invest up to 500 million $ in advertising the smartphone.
As you can see from the photo, the right top corner is covered. We can’t tell what the reason for that is, for sure, but we are guessing a new sensor placed there or an identifier for the test unit. Also, the Motorola sign on the left top corner will probably not appear on the official device. If the specs are correct and with all the money Google sustains it wants to be spending on advertise, we believe the Moto X will be a good smartphone. And you can bet we’ll tell you everything about it, as soon as we find our more details ourselves.