The Moto X (2nd Generation) was announced last month with a lot of excitement. As of late last week, the new flagship model of the remodelled Motorola (under Google). Along with it, Moto Maker also launched for the first time in the UK.
Moto x (2nd Generation) and Moto Maker Live:
We recently announced that Motorola UK had set up their E-Commerce site on Motorola.co.uk and that it was most likely to do with the upcoming launch of Moto Maker and Moto X releases. The Moto G (2nd Generation) went on sale first mid September, and we were promised that further products would follow suit. Now, the highly anticipated and desired Moto X (2nd Generation) has gone live last week in the UK along with Motorola’s customisation service called Moto Maker. Moto Maker allows you to configure and customise your device before you even buy it from Motorola, so that when you receive it at home, it will be all ready to go without having to spend a day to set it up to your desired specifications. Moto Maker also allows you to choose which style of device you want straight from the factory by choosing which type bezel you have, what backing and what colour phone. You can even choose upgrades to the style and opt for specialist backings made of exotic woods.
The Moto X (2nd Generation) is a much updated version of their previous flagship with improved processing power, camera and, of course, running the latest Android OS 4.4.4 KitKat. Starting at £419.99 ($674/€535), this is one of the cheaper flagships available with the added bonus that it will receive all Android OS updates as if it were a Nexus device.
You can customise and purchase your Moto X (2nd Generation) from Motorola.co.uk toady, as well as the Moto G and the Moto 360.