Motorola Mobility's forthcoming Moto X smartphone - which is set for a late August or early September launch in the US, Canada, and Latin America - seemingly scores a leading edge over the other handsets largely because of the fact that the handset allows for a lot of customization.
The Moto X is the first major handset to be brought to the market by Motorola Mobility after its acquisition by Google. The handset boasts good hardware, and its shape is such that it can snugly fit into the grip of the users' hands.
The distinct customization feature of the Moto X gives the users the ability to have the handset custom-made, in accordance with their preferences. For customizing the handset, buyers can select a number of things as per their choice --- ranging from the power button's color to having a personalized message etched on the back cover of the smartphone.
Along with enabling the users to carry out some common smartphone functions, like making calls, sending and receiving txt messages, and checking Facebook, the Moto X also unfolds for the users the capability of getting directions, seeking trivia answers, and setting the alarm without touching the device.
The Moto X will cost $200 with a two-year contract, and Motorola - the pioneer in the mobile handset arena - is banking heavily on the Moto X handset to become a noteworthy contender in the smartphone market again.
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