That was exactly what I was thinking last night after I was on the forums and saw another Samsung "office space" commercial speaking to the SAFE features and having one device for home and for the work place. The Moto X needs to have the global LTE chip from Qualcomm as I noted in that thread, as well as easy integration for interprise solutions. It has become quite apparent that Samsung is now the company to challenge on every level of the game if you want to stay competitive, especially with their new campaign reminding people that they can have one device to rule them all.
There's absolutely no reason that with both Google and Moto backing this phone that it shouldn't be the best of everything: universal radio chipset, intelligent processing, removeable battery, quality screen, robust hardware, and--wait for it--removeable storage. Anything less would be uncivilized.