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ReportTT: Motorola to run Moto X ad tomorrow, says its the 'first smartphone you can design yourself'

Motorola advertising the Moto X as the first smartphone you can design

| Mobile Devices, Tablets & Phones News | Posted: Jul 2, 2013 10:02 pm

Things have just gotten interesting on the smartphone front. In a leaked ad due to run tomorrow in several major newspapers, Motorola claims that the new Moto X is the "first smartphone you can design yourself." This clearly doesn't detail just what they mean, but the ad also plays up the smartphone's "Made in America" tag.

 

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It's possible that customers will have the ability to customize the outside of the system, but it's also possible that Motorola may be taking a customized laptop approach to smartphones. If this is the case, you should be able to choose specific specifications aside from just the internal storage. You could theoretically pick different processors, screens, and RAM to suit your needs.

 

With Motorola starting to run ads, it's pretty likely we'll start to see and hear more about the Moto X. I would expect the device to possibly launch around the same time as the next iPhone, making it available for the holiday shopping season.

 

I know I'm extremely excited. Just how excited are you?

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