The carrier officially began offering the handset this morning via the company’s website; however, consumers looking to pick up a Moto X in a brick-and-mortar Verizon store will still have to wait. There’s not specific indication of when consumers can expect the handset to hit physical stores, but Verizon did note in a previous announcement that the handset will show in physical form in the coming weeks.
The Moto X makes its way onto Verizon’s network after debuting on AT&T’s network last week. The flagship Motorola handset features a 4.7-inch AMOLED display with a 1280 x 720 resolution, a 1.7Ghz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro processor, 16GB of internal storage (along with a more-expensive 32GB variant), and a 10MP rear-facing camera.
The Moto X by Motorola is $200 with a two-year contract or $600 with no contract.