US Cellular to launch Moto X on August 26?

US Cellular to launch Moto X on August 26?

Few days ago, we saw Eric Schmidt playing around with the Moto X and also Larry Page said that he is excited about it as well. Recently, a detailed video was leaked which gave us a complete walk through of the upcoming Motorola smartphone. In other words, it is a device which is leaked a lot of times before its official release and now here’s another one. According to this memo page leaked by AndroidCentral, Moto X will be landing at US Cellular on August 26.

uscc-motoxSo if Google is planning to announce it on July 24, then it means we will see the Moto X in market somewhere in later August. Are you planning to grab the upcoming Motorola/Google flagship? Tell us about it in the comment box below.

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