Moto X not coming to Europe, a cheaper version might

02 August, 2013 | Comments (52) | Post your comment

Tags: Motorola, Android

Motorola won't be bringing its freshly-unveiled Moto X to Europe. The reasons for this are unclear but insufficient supply or due to the different structure of the market seem like hot prospects.

The information comes courtesy of a Motorola spokesperson in the UK and doesn't mean that the Motorola is abandoning Europe entirely. It's just that Motorola have other X-branded devices down the line, which will be making an appearance on the old continent.

According to said spokesperson the Moto X is just the first in a line of X-branded portfolio. There's talk that the company will introduce a cheaper variant next, but it's mostly guesswork at this point.

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Moto X not coming to Europe, a cheaper version might - reader comments

  • danko

they should sell it to europe definetly its their mistake if they dont... really good phone

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  • 2013-08-06 19:11
  • s3Aq
  • Android Man

who cares its pants anyway. and i dont want the NSA snooping on my phone calls.

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  • 2013-08-06 10:42
  • mqMt
  • Where is 64gb?

"Cheaper" version might mean 8/16gb only. bye bye 32gb... let alone 64gb.

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  • 2013-08-05 04:32
  • PGXj