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Moto X surprisingly doign well; now moving to the European markets

Jan 29 2014, 11:19am CST | by , in News | Mobile Phones

Moto X surprisingly doign well; now moving to the European markets
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A good news for Moto X fans in Europe!!

So far the Moto X had been playing in the American market. It has been a few months since the phone has been around and it seems quite unusual that it still brings forth a high level of demand despite having a list of specs which are not that impressive after all. Now the manufacturers want to take their customizable flagship to a next level where it would be available in some of the European countries as well.


It was previously announced that this will take effect from the 1st of February and will also be made available in the United Kingdom but it seems like the Google owned manufacturers were quite thrilled about this prospect and the phones will be available from Thursday. One of UK’s popular mobile phone retailers, Clove, has claimed that it is going to get its hands on the phone two days earlier.

People wondering why the phone has instilled higher demand should know that it is not always about exceptional specs; this one has gained popularity due to its excellent build quality, customization, and fluid, stock Android experience. The Ok Google voice commands have also been working pretty well and the amazing marketing strategy which has contributed to the overall success of the phone should not be forgotten.

Source: Clove

 

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