Moto X Could Be Available In Europe And Other Regions

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Three months ago, Motorola Moto X model was just a dream for Europe, US, Canada and Latin America being the only countries that could test this new device. Now, the Moto X fans from Europe can finally have this powerfull phone in their pockets. According to Motorola’s Vice President for EMEA, Magnus Ahlqvist and Motorola’s Senior Marketing Director for EMEA, Marcus Frost, the interest for Europe, Middle East, and Africa market increased as the Moto X became more and more popular among the Motorola users. Meanwhile the Moto G will be in shops in 30 countries in a few months.

So why is Moto X a must have smartphone? The answer is simple as possible. First, it has a 4.7 inch display with a resolution of 1280 x 720 and a 1.7GHz dual-core processor with 2GB of RAM. Then, the 10MP rear camera and 2MP front snapper are another white ball for this device. Notifications, Motorola Assist, a „friend” that is all the time with its eyes on your moves on the phone touchscreen in order to configure for example driving mode or sleep mode automatically are also some handy features. Finally, let’s not forget about Android 4.2 Jelly Bean operating system and all his charactestics which improve the Moto X user experience.

Motorola Moto X Ready For Europe

Motorola Moto X Ready For Europe

The most interesting and fun Moto X features are the touchless controls, which help you get directions or, why not, create a momento just by talking to your smartphone. And if we think at the different file system than most Android smartphones use or the 16GB and 32GB internal storage, we easy understand why europeans want this smartphone so much.

For those of you who want to buy the Moto X it is good to know that it costs $99 on contract. On the other hand, Verizon customers have a discount until November 18, where Moto X is being sold at only $49.

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