Motorola Teases The Moto X Developer Edition

/ 3 years ago


Motorola are getting ready to launch the new developer edition of the Moto X smartphone and it has been spotted by Droid-Life. The developer edition uses 32GB of storage and has an unlockable bootloader. Although the unlockable bootloader makes it easier for users to unlock the device and tinker around with it, the process is still warranty-voiding.

“Unlocking your Developer Edition’s bootloader voids all warranties and may cause serious harm to your device.” states Motorola.

The Moto X uses a 4.7 inch 720p display with 2GB of RAM and a dual core 1.7GHz Snapdragon CPU. The developer edition has the words “Developer Edition” engraved on the rear of the device and an unlockable bootloader, apart from that it remains all but identical to the consumer Moto X devices.

The Moto X is the first smartphone to try and push the agenda that “specifications do not matter” but instead they focus on value added software features provided through exclusive Motorola-developed software.

Image courtesy of Droid-Life

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  • Matthew Humpherson

    Probably still not going to be avalible in the UK! 🙁

  • Wayne

    ‘Value added software’. Sounds like fancy speak for bloatware to me.