The ‘Big Red’ offer fantastic phone services across the United States and they are often the company of choice for many who are planning on subscribing to a new phone carrier. That’s good news if you want to pick up this years Moto x 2014 edition since Verizon stores are starting to sell the best Motorola smartphone out there tomorrow. Carrier availability is Verizon only with AT&T planning to pick this one up shortly. There’s no news on Boost Mobile who did pick up the first generation handset in the Moto G variant.

The bamboo back housing on the mobile leaked a lot prior to the eventual launch date dating back to last month. It is a great option but for many resembles the Griswald’s family car more-so than anything else. If you don’t like the bamboo the great news is that it also comes in black and white colorful future prospects ahead with the Moto maker. Accordingly to Motorola, there are thousands of ways to customize this smartphone and separate it from the pack so you can look like an individual.

Moto X

Upon review, the new Moto X comes with Android 4.4.4 KitKat out of the box. That number is the latest Android have on offer for the software. However, the fresh Android L is available as a developer preview and will roll out to the new Nexus range very soon. That means even though the OS is currently as high as it goes, it won’t last long. Marketing at it’s finest there.

In addition, it comes with a 5.2-inch display, 1080 x 1920 pixels resolution, 423 ppi pixel density, AMOLED technology and Scratch-resistant glass. The hardware sports a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 8974-AC system chip, Quad core, 2500 MHz, Krait 400 processor, Adreno 330 graphics processor and 2048 MB RAM system memory.

What we don’t like is it doesn’t come with any external MicroSD card for additional storage space. These cards are also a great way to help people backup the OS for phone contacts, market apps, pictures, data and music files. The internal storage space is 32 GB and that is partially taken up with system stock system requirements.

To recap, if you want a new smartphone that doesn’t cost as much as a top-end device, comes with a Big display, High-resolution display, NFC, High-resolution camera 13 megapixel camera then this is a fantastic choice for you. moreover, it comes as a Splash-proof phone. We know this feature if you remember back to the Samsung Galaxy S5 commercials. Sammy spent much of the summer using that as its main advertising piece.

The second generation top of the range Motorola smartphone for the US this year comes to you for $99 on-contract. Alternatively, you can buy it outright and unlocked for $549.99. many criticized the first-gen that came out lats year for being overpriced. However, remember that prices for the better phone carriers do increase. The resale value online from sites such as eBay will reflect that.