(Ping! Zine Web Tech Magazine) – Motorola’s Moto X smartphone is scheduled to make its debut at Verizon Wireless on August 23rd, a leaked inventory screen appeared to confirm recently, according to a report from Android Central on Tuesday.
The smartphone, set to be assembled in the United States, features touchless voice control in addition to letting interested users design the device (colors, accents, memory, etc.) via something Motorola calls “Moto Maker.”
The stock of the phone is set to arrive at the top wireless carrier on the 15th while the 23rd is listed as the Moto X’s “street date.”
Verizon, meanwhile, has yet to officially reveal when it’ll launch the device; however, the leaked info gives us a solid lead. The wireless carrier has also yet to name pricing for the Moto X, although AT&T’s versions of the device range between $199.99 and $249.99.
Moto X will also become available at other wireless providers including Sprint, T-Mobile and U.S. Cellular. The flagship phone’s launch arrives after Google purchased Motorola for $13 billion last May.