Motorola's Developer Edition Moto X Pictured on Their Website

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  1. dgstorm

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    It looks like Motorola is making due on their promise to bring out a 32GB Developer Edition version of the Moto X. The device just popped up on their website in a new image. It's intriguing because the front panel is black, but the rear has the white weave pattern. It's important to note that this device will not be customizable like the regular versions of the device.

    Of course, the best thing about this phone for folks who want it will be the unlockable bootloader. How many of you guys are planning to snap this one up?

    Source: Motorola via MotoXForums
     
  2. combatmedic870

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    Well once we hear some feedback about the device. Then I might. Depends on developer support also, That can make or break it.
     
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    I'm curious if those "on screen" buttons can be re-arranged and if that section (and the status bar) can be made transparent.
     
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    Coming to VZW?
     
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    I read the review on Anandtech this afternoon, and they say yes.