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Sep 11, 2013

Motorola says they now assemble over 400,000 Moto X phones each month. The Moto X's display is a 4.7" 720p (316 ppi) AMOLED panel made by Samsung.

Moto X factory in the US

While these numbers aren't very high compared to Samsung's own sales (for example they made about 10 million GS4 phones a month when they launched) it is still good news for Motorola and their US factory (which is somewhat depressing still if you check the image above).

Motorola Moto X photo

Other features of the Moto X, Motorola's first phone to was designed after Google's acquisition, are a 1.7Ghz dual-core CPU, quad-core GPU, two dedicated processors (for language interpretation and contextual sensors computing), 2GB of RAM, 16/32GB flash memory and a 10-mp camera. Motorola offers custuomers to customize their phone. The Moto X is now available in the US for $179 with a contract or $629 without.

Source: Engadget


That picture is depressing and surprising at the same many persons do they need for this assembly? I would have thought that the process would be largely automated, especially if they produce in the US.

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