Motorola’s CEO Dennis Woodside confirms the company will introduce a high-end Flagship smartphone called Moto X
Motorola Mobility, acquired by Google for $12.5 billion last August, is planning to release “several new phones including Moto X. this year.
Woodside confirms This Wednesday evening at All Thing D’s D11 conference in Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif. that Moto X will be assembled in a former Nokia plant in Fort Worth Texas, in the U.S.
The Moto X, formerly known as Google’s X Phone, Designed to compete with high-end offerings from Apple and Samsung, Moto X will feature an organic LED display, thinner and lighter than older LCD displays, the device uses battery-friendly sensor technology, similar to that found in Motorola Mobility’s MotoActv smartwatch. it is also hinted that MotoActv’s constant monitoring of a wearer’s location and heart rate would be included in Moto X smartphone.
Woodside also confirmed that the upcoming flagship will be broadly distributed across numerous carriers. and will be launched this October.