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Motorola's X was hailed as the ultimate Android phone - before it launched. Now, as sales continue to struggle, the company is heading for the bargain bin.
Motorola's flagship handset is now available for purchase on Verizon's website for $200 with a two-year contract.
Motorola's upcoming Droid 5 handset was exposed in leaked images that surfaced on Chinese social networking site Sina Weibo.
Verizon Wireless confirms that it will begin offering the Moto X online starting on August 29 for $200 with a two-year contract.
It's a big day for AT&T today, as the Samsung Galaxy Mega, HTC One Mini, and Moto X are all now available to the carrier's customers.
The three new Motorola Droid models from Verizon Wireless -- the Droid Ultra, the Droid Maxx, and the Droid Mini -- are now available on Big Red's network.
AT&T will begin offering the Moto X handset on August 23 in stores and online, while early access Moto Maker orders will begin starting on Aug. 19.
Google and Motorola have reportedly already begun working on a new Nexus smartphone with plans of offering the handset this holiday season.
Those who take issue with the price point of the modestly-specced Moto X will be happy to know that the company has plans to release a more affordable version of the phone.
T-Mobile will support the Moto X, but the carrier's variant will, at least initially, only sell through Motorola.
The long-awaited Motorola Moto X is now official, per the company's announcement at its New York City press event earlier today.
Leaked images of the upcoming Moto X device suggest that the handset will employ a new variant of Gorilla Glass called Magic Glass.
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