Motorola Teases the Moto X, Launches Sign-Up Page

The Moto X smartphone that was rumored few months back comes out to be true. The first ad of Moto X is now live as seen on the Motorola’s website. The company recently changed its  logo calling it a “Google” company. Since it has been overtaken by Google, you may expect something revolutionary, and what is it? A smartphone that you can design yourself.

That said, Google seems to be hitting straight into the guts of Americans, calling it as the smartphone Designed by you and Assembled in the USA. The company’s strategy to launch the phone just one day before America kicks off the Independence day celebrations is a clear sign of what they are expecting on their sales chart for the device.


So what can you expect from a smartphone that can be designed by you and assembled in the Unites States of America? Well, the company has launched a sign-up page for you to receive updates about the smartphone. The page that came up a few minutes back has the following text written on it:

By the end of the summer we expect there to be more than 2000 new employees in Ft. Worth, TX working to make all of this possible. Imagine what else you can do when you have the world’s best design, engineering and manufacturing talent located here in the USA.

Who wouldn’t wish to buy a phone like that? Sure, you would tell me that you regret buying a HTC One or a Samsung Galaxy S4 but not until you see what Motorola has to offer you. Don’t expect a breaking news in your inbox because that will be here on this site as soon as it is announced but you may surely get details about the availability of the product and some other promotional emails that can be opted out of while signing up from the link given below.

Signup for the Moto X