Google introduces Moto X with multiple customizations
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It has been a long time coming now, but Google has officially released their newest flagship smartphone. The company's first device in coordination with Motorola was released at an event in New York today, bringing with it a few surprises.
Highlighted by manufacturing solely in the US, Google astonished folks by announcing that the Moto X would be available in over 2,000 variations. With 18 different back cover options, including wood, the Moto X will be available in either black or white colors and 16 or 32GB sizes. Google will also allow customers to choose the color on volume buttons and other small pieces, further adding to the available options.
Of course, the Moto X isn't just looks, packing a 4.7" 720p display, 2GB of RAM, 4G LTE and an "always on" voice command system. Users will also be able to customize their device through an online Moto Maker application, and the phone will be available for $199 through a carrier or as a stock edition through Google Play.