It's been a long time coming, but the Moto X has finally arrived. The Android community has been anxiously awaiting this flagship phone from Motorola, and initial reports are proving the wait was worth it.

The Moto X is available from most major wireless network operators in the US (Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, US Cellular), in addition to a version sold on Google Play, and two Developer Editions direct from Motorola. Its 4.7-inch screen makes it comparable to most Android phones on the market, but noticeably smaller than some. The curved back of the Moto X sets it apart from most of its competitors. Additionally, the Moto X comes with three microphones for noise reduction on calls; one on the front, one on the back, and one at the top next the headphone jack.
The Moto X also comes with a microUSB port, a rear facing camera (10MP and 1080p video) and LED flash, and a front facing camera (2MP and 1080p video). It has 2 GB RAM, and 16 GB of storage standard (32 GB available in some areas), and runs Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean.
And here's what is making headlines right now: the Moto X was designed, engineered, and constructed right here in the USA. In fact, Motorola opened a new factory in Texas, one that will be used to craft all the personalized options for the Moto X like custom hues, patterns, and engravings. The Moto X is one of the first smart phones to be entirely made in America!
We think the Moto X is worth a try; we love the design and hope it proves to be a great alternative to the Samsung Galaxy line. And here at StoryLeather we can make a custom case to fit this new phone! So if you've purchased the Moto X, let us help you make the perfect case.