Motorola has announced that the Google-owned company will start selling the highly customizable Moto X in Europe starting February. The handset made an official appearance in the States in 2013, but it seems several European countries will get the handset in unlocked flavor, including France, Germany and the UK.
The handset currently costs $399 in the US, but in Europe, it’s a hefty price tag of £380 in the UK, while it costs 399 Euros in the remaining countries. Keep in mind these prices are for the SIM-Free version of the Moto X.
In the UK, customers can grab the Moto X from several retailers, including Phones 4U, Carphone Warehouse, O2, Amazon and Techdata. However, if you’re looking for the white color, you have to get in touch with the folks at Phones 4U as they are selling it exclusively on European shores.
In Germany, the handset will hit retail and can be purchased from Phone House, O2, Amazon.de, Media Markt, Saturn, Expert and Sparhandy.de for 399 euros.
In terms of software, the phone will, most probably, arrive with Android 4.4.2 KitKat on board next month, while the remaining specifications are the same. It packs a 4.7 inch display with 720p resolution, a dual-core 1.7GHz Snapdragon processor, 2GB of RAM, 10MP rear camera and 16GB of storage.
Are you going to purchase the Moto X?