New Moto X (2014)

New Moto X unlocked variant will be known as the ‘Pure Edition’

New Moto X unlocked variant will be known as the ‘Pure Edition’

Ever since the announcement of the new Moto X, it’s been known that the device will launch on both AT&T and Verizon, as well as be offered up as an unlocked device for $499 later this year. A new report claims that the unlocked variant will have a bit of a naming scheme to help it stand out.

New Moto X for Verizon will not have a Developer Edition option

New Moto X for Verizon will not have a Developer Edition option

Developer Edition devices are few and far between these days, but Motorola had a quiet success with their D.E. edition handsets that launched both on GSM networks, as well as for Verizon’s. Unfortunately that won’t be the case this time around, as a Motorola executive has confirmed the tinkerer-friendly option won’t be available this time around.

Download: All the high-resolution wallpapers from the new Moto X and Sony Xperia Z3

Download: All the high-resolution wallpapers from the new Moto X and Sony Xperia Z3

It has hardly been a few days since Sony and Motorola unveiled their high-end flagship devices for late-2014 — the Xperia Z3 and the new Moto X.

The devices will only go on sale towards the end of this month or early next month, but goodies from them have already started making their way to the Internet.