Motorola's first Moto X ad campaign starts tomorrow
Motorola starts it's first advertising campaign for the much rumored Moto X smartphone tomorrow. The ad will run in The New York Times, USA Today, Wall Street Journal and Washington Post.
The title of the ad is: "The first smartphone designed, engineered and assembled in the USA in coming" – to me that sounds kinda patriotic.
There is no details about the phone itself though, but Brian Wallace from Motorola revealed one of the key features about the Moto X, it will be the first phone that you can design yourself, and that is exactly as I've been talking about in some of my videos. That is one of the earliest rumors. The tagline for the Moto X phone fits perfectly for that: “Designed by you. Assembled in the USA.”
The Moto X is coming this summer, that is all Motorola says at the moment.
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