Motorola’s Moto X Press Event Set For August 1st

by Mathew on July 20, 2013 in Android

This is great news for any of you that have been hanging out for the announcement on the Moto X and believe me, there are a few. It’s a great time for the new Motorola Mobility campaign, which really hadn’t kicked out anything at all noteworthy to this point. This device from what I’ve seen so far could be one to keep an eye on if you plan on going shopping any time soon.

It’s been rumored for a while now, and leaks had appeared, but now the official launch date has been sent out by the company as invitations. The date set will be the 1st of August with the event to be held in New York.

Moto X event invite

The Moto X is being talked about on almost every corner of the mobile sphere right now. About the only negative I’ve managed to come across when talking about this device is that somebody wishes it had higher specs and that they would be willing to splurge out more dollars. That may be missing the point somewhat when it comes to Motorola’s new Moto X which is designed to be cheap, yet have something revolutionary about it.

The word revolutionary may seem over the top, but it does promise to have more context-aware features than any Android device in existence. That’s kind of a big deal. On top of that, you get a mobile that is is free from custom skin bloat.

What it lacks in hardware it really makes up for in looks. I’ll be posting some epic pics of this thing courtesy of Android Police in a moment after I dish out this press release so stay tuned.


Born and raised in Australia, Mathew found most of his interests in life away from the land down under and on other otherwise inaccessible continents if it wasn't for the web. From there the love of blogging naturally came about, and he found himself immersed in a fascination with successful tech blogs and the way they operate. He studied Microsoft extensively and can tell you the "ins and outs" of the Windows operating system, as well as the hardware side of things. Given that Smartphones, are in many ways, smaller computers made with many of the same parts, he's handy when it comes to Windows mobile also, even though he has only owned iPhones to this day.

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