The Moto X is now officially available at Verizon Wireless’ website. Note that I said website, as word is that it won’t be available in store for the coming weeks, at least according to Gotta Be Mobile.
You can nab the 4G LTE enabled handset for 200 bones with a 2-year agreement. Color choice, unlike AT&T which will customize your handset according to your penchant for individualism, is black or white (that is assuming you consider black or white a color).
Made right here in the US of A (woot, woot), the Moto X uses Motorola’s X8 chip, which boasts two low powered chips that support “always on” Google Now that allows you to speak to your phone without hitting a button. There is also a 10MP camera, LTE connectivity, WiFi a/b/g/n/ac, NFC, Bluetooth 4.0, 16GB of storage, and Android 4.2.2.