Motorola Mobility LLC is an American telecommunications equipment corporation owned by Google Inc. and headquartered in Chicago suburb of Libertyville, Illinois.
It was formerly Motorola’s cellular phone division, which was called the Personal Communication Sector (PCS) prior to 2004. It pioneered the flip phone with the StarTAC in the mid-1990s. Motorola had a commanding lead in the analog cellphone market, but it was slow to embrace digital technology. By the turn of the 21st century, it produced another successful product the (original) Razr, a very thin flip phone. Most recently, it has produced smartphones and tablets using Google’s Android operating system. On January 4, 2011, the cellular division was spun off into a separate company as Motorola Mobility, while the remainder of the company was renamed Motorola Solutions, Inc.
The Moto X (codenamed Ghost) is a flagship smartphone manufactured by Motorola in Texas. It was available on AT&T and Rogers on August 23, 2013 and on Verizon on August 29, 2013. Sprint and U.S. Cellular released their versions on September 6, 2013 in the United States and a T-Mobile compatible version thereafter.
Motorola’s Moto X is the first Motorola smartphone to be created and assembled in the United States. Phones will be constructed in a former Nokia factory in Fort Worth, Texas. The phone includes a 4.7 inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels (720p HD). The Moto X is powered by the Motorola X8 Mobile Computing System which consists of a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro System-on-chip, a single-core Natural Language Processor and a single-core Contextual Awareness Processor. The Snapdragon SoC itself consists of a dual-core Krait 300 CPU at 1.7 GHz and a quad-core Adreno 320 GPU at 400 MHz.
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