Here in India, I guess people are fed up of Samsung/Sony/LG ruling the market. I just turn my head around & what I see.. Samsung every where. Motorola I believe is far much better than Samsung & has its own class, though I use the galaxy S4.
Why don't you just enter the Indian market....? The built quality, the software, the price is all a good deal. Anxious to see Moto in India...
Anonymous, 01 Feb 2014all moto x will transform into fortune cookiesAnd I hope it will bring good luck, lol.
I got my Moto X (T-Mobile version) last week and am using it without any issues in India, on Vodafone. Worked without any issues.
Should I buy the phone?
Because after Google sold Motorola, I'm not so sure about the production and an update.
Khan, 30 Jan 2014Hi Anonymous, 399 euro in Germany, can look to amazon.deThank you Khan . That price tag is relatively high when compared top what they are charging for it in the US .
Google just sold Motorola to Lenovo
What will happen to the Moto x?
Damned I'm about to buy the phone.
t3h_dude, 29 Jan 2014Right now there are no method to unlock the bootloader AT&T and Verizon (yet), Motorola wi... morewhy would anybody install a custom rom on Moto X when it's perfect in every feature it has ? If you install a custom ROM you will lose active notifications and touchless controls. That is kind of the point of buying this phone.
The 4G is supported in the phone in the UK. Surely it will be in other countries in Europe.
Right now there are no method to unlock the bootloader AT&T and Verizon (yet), Motorola will not give you the unlock code for it. If you want to install custom rom, you'll need the T-Mobile/Unlock version or Sprint version.
If you want to use the Moto X on ATT, get the T-Mobile/Unlock version. It support all the 3G and LTE frequencies that are required by ATT and it's sim unlocked. The ATT version is sim locked, no way to unlock bootloader yet, and have ATT carrier branding and bloatwares, not to mention it may be that you will get updates faster with the Unlocked version. So there is effective no reason why you should get the ATT version for this phone at all.
t3h_dude, 28 Jan 2014You are mistaken the developer edition with the Google Edition. Right now there are no Google ... moreOh! sorry my bad, What I tried to say is from Motorola not Google.
Ok, I'll go for T-mobile version cuz I want to customize my phone.
Thanks for your reply.
Anonymous, 24 Jan 2014If i buy this handset unlocked from US, will I be able to use it in Europe?Yes, it will be compatible with 3G all over Europe. It won't support LTE bands in europe though. If you want something similar with LTE support, get a Nexus 5 European/World version.
Pummie, 24 Jan 2014I have a question : i live in Suriname (sout america).....my friend is going to the US but i w... moreJust get the Unlock GSM version, which will work worldwide. It's available in 16 and 32gb.
Nickotd, 25 Jan 2014No, I am not from Saudi Arabia. I live in Laos and someone will buy me the phone. I just wan... moreBuy the Unlock GSM/Tmobile version (they're the same), it doesn't come with carrier branding. The unlocked GSM version will support pentaband 3G, so it will work with any GSM network around the world.
Nickotd, 27 Jan 2014Can someone tell me if the gsm unlocked T-mobile is bloatware free and update as fast as Dev. ... moreYou are mistaken the developer edition with the Google Edition. Right now there are no Google Edition of the Moto X.
All the developer edition mean is that you can unlock the bootloader and not lose your warranty. Otherwise it is the same as the T-Mobile/Unlock version, which will lose warranty if you unlock bootloader. Otherwise, they both essentially run the same software and get same updates. They will not have bloatwares, except for integrated Motorola apps. Even other carrier branded version doesn't have much bloatwares.
Also it doesn't make sense for the Moto X to come as a Google Edition device since it will miss out on Motorola features like Active Display and always listening. If you want were to install stock Android on it you will lose these unique features, so then there is no point to buy this phone, might as well just get a Nexus 5 for the same price which is a faster phone with better specs, but without Moto X features (always slightly less battery life due to lacking Moto X optimization).
There is a Moto G Google Edition, if you don't need the Moto X features, get that instead.