According to credible sources, Motorola is back with a bang with customizable Moto X handset. Rumored to be headed to low-cost phones, the phone is named as DVX. As per Phone Arena report, the economic phone will be made available in October on Republic Wireless.

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The complete specifications of the phone are not revealed yet, but it is reported that it lacks LTE support. Viewing the photos of the phone, which were posted to Weibo, it can be said that the DVX will purportedly have 4 interchangeable back plates. As the phone is strategically launched in low-cost phone segment, therefore it will not possess all the features of Moto X, and you are also going to miss the same level of polish. From the pictures, it is quite evident that the DVX’s back plates look flatter and cheaper. Nothing is revealed by Motorola’s officials about the price of the new phone. But still it can be estimated that DVX will be priced lesser than the Moto X’s $575.

Well, we shouldn’t be surprised if Motorola comes with another phone under its Moto X banner. Last month, Dennis Woodside, who is the current CEO of Motorala told CNET that the company views Moto X as a new brand, and that we will launch additional products under the same brand within months.

 

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According to credible sources, Motorola is back with a bang with customizable Moto X handset. Rumored to be headed to low-cost phones, the phone is named as DVX. As per Phone Arena report, the economic phone will be made available in October on Republic Wireless. The complete specifications of the phone...
According to credible sources, Motorola is back with a bang with customizable Moto X handset. Rumored to be headed to low-cost phones, the phone is named as DVX. As per Phone Arena report, the economic phone will be made available in October on Republic Wireless. <a href="http://www.grasphub.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/DVX.jpg"><img class="alignnone size-medium wp-image-2501" alt="DVX" src="http://www.grasphub.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/DVX-300x175.jpg" width="300" height="175" /></a> The complete specifications of the phone are not revealed yet, but it is reported that it lacks LTE support. Viewing the photos of the phone, which were posted to Weibo, it can be said that the DVX will purportedly have 4 interchangeable back plates. As the phone is strategically launched in low-cost phone segment, therefore it will not possess all the features of Moto X, and you are also going to miss the same level of polish. From the pictures, it is quite evident that the DVX’s back plates look flatter and cheaper. Nothing is revealed by Motorola’s officials about the price of the new phone. But still it can be estimated that DVX will be priced lesser than the Moto X’s $575. Well, we shouldn’t be surprised if Motorola comes with another phone under its Moto X banner. Last month, Dennis Woodside, who is the current CEO of Motorala told <i>CNET</i> that the company views Moto X as a new brand, and that we will launch additional products under the same brand within months.