Well, sort of, as the “Uncarrier” will not be selling Motorola’s newest and most advertised smartphone ever in its own stores or on its website… at first. Instead, if you want to use the X with Magenta’s Value Plans, you’ll need to score one via Motorola’s shop.
This will set you back a whopping $599.99, which doesn’t sound quite right for a handheld with 720p screen, dual-core processor and 2,200 mAh battery. Then again, that’s exactly as much as Verizon charges for the outright Moto X, whereas AT&T asks a mere 20 bucks less.
Now, the big question is when exactly will Motorola start selling the T-Mobile X? I don’t have a clear, sure answer for you, but if you want a guesstimate, I think the “Woven Black” model will start shipping later this week and the “Woven White” on or around September 20. That’s just a hunch, though.
Meanwhile, chances are T-Mo will only make the phone available straight from the network’s warehouses when the Moto Maker customization tool will break free from AT&T’s tyranny. Which remember, might still take a while.
<Source: Android Police>