Motorola's next flagship phone is called Moto X, will be built in former Nokia plant in Texas

Motorola's next flagship phone is called Moto X, will be built in former Nokia plant in Texas

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Outside of possible FCC filings, Motorola has largely been coy about just what its next major smartphone will be -- until now. The firm's Dennis Woodside just revealed at D11 that the new flagship will be called Moto X (previously rumored as the X Phone), and that it will...
Motorola's next flagship phone is called Moto X, will be built in former Nokia plant in Texas
                       

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