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Google and Motorola tease Moto X smartphone, designed and assembled in the USA

Looking for a new flagship Android device, but not a big fan of the aging Nexus 4? Google’s about to get you covered. In an advert published by Google under their Motorola brand, the company is now teasing their upcoming “Moto X” smartphone full force. In the advertisement, seen below, Google claims that the Moto X is the first smartphone that “you can design” yourself. Google is definitely trying to call on your sense of patriotism in the new advertisement, heavily pushing the “ideal” 4th of July image while proudly advertising that the Moto X was “designed, engineered, and assembled” in the USA – something a certain competitor certainly can’t say about their flagship smartphone… yet.


Google has yet to put a specific release date on the Moto X, however it’s rumored to be the spiritual successor to the current flagship Android device, the Nexus 4. It’s also expected to be the launching phone for the next version of Android, Android 4.3, which is expected to be a relatively minor and mostly visual update to the aging Android 4.x operating system.

Source: Ad Age