Moto X Developer Edition (CDMA) already out of stock
In just the few days since its release Motorola’s new Moto X Developer Edition has already sold through. Priced at $649.99, the Verizon-ready smartphone with an unlockable bootloader seems to be pretty popular.
It’s unclear as to how many of these were made available to start with but, either way, you’ll have to wait for more of these to come back in stock.
The GSM version of the Moto X Developer Edition is expected anytime and should also have a similar price point. With AT&T and T-Mobile support in addition to the 32GB and the unlockable bootloader, we think this one could sell through as well.
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