Motorola seeks "product manager" for the Motorola X
0. phoneArena posted on 31 Jan 2013, 16:07
"X" marks the spot for Android fans, and Motorola fans in particular who are eagerly awaited the Motorola X, which is supposed to be the first phone from Motorola that has serious input from its corporate parent, Google; Motorola posted a job listing to LinkedIn looking for a Senior Director of Product Management for the “X Phone” although the post has since been taken down...
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12. PhenomFaz posted on 01 Feb 2013, 04:34 0 0
Key Lime Pies are greta mate!
And moto you dont need to go on LinkedIn, I am right here...so when should I report to office?
4. natesvlogs posted on 31 Jan 2013, 16:27 0 0
I hope it has a good camera, battery and more than 16gb storage
5. jan25 posted on 31 Jan 2013, 17:02 1 0
I hope it runs stock android, that's my number one wish
6. jroc74 posted on 31 Jan 2013, 18:00 1 0
Well.....big Moto fan here....I will just wait patiently for more info about this phone.
I also hope it can have LTE sold thru the Play Store. I can save my upgrades buying this off contract thu the Play store.
7. ncv144 posted on 31 Jan 2013, 20:10 0 1
Why dont they name it Kiwi Smoothie, Key Lime Pie sounds too long...
8. InspectorGadget80 posted on 31 Jan 2013, 20:12 1 1
I told u guys it would be only for VERIZON. no other carrier in the U.S. won't carry it. HELL WITH U VERIZON
9. parkwaydr posted on 31 Jan 2013, 20:33 0 0
So hoping for an unlocked gsm version on the play store. Tmobile here i come.
11. MorePhonesThanNeeded posted on 01 Feb 2013, 00:11 0 0
I see an oxymoron in this, how would Google sell a low priced X Phone for VZW's network in the play store? I don't see this making a lot of sense as anything on VZW carries their signature red and black logo and I can't see Google selling that in their Play Store at all. I don't think this will be a Droid phone at all and more like a lesser Nexus phone. It would make sense for this to launch on every carrier as a world phone and possibly being the first Google Initiative phone, carrying dual booth OS, Vanilla Android and OEM and the end user can choose which to boot. I at least hope this is the Google phone to start off another trend, carrier bloat freedom....Let Freedom Ring!