Motorola’s upcoming device – Moto X Smartphone is no more behind the scene. Motorola has started promoting the upcoming Moto X smartphone. The Google owned company has decided to release its first ad for the upcoming device. The tagline for Moto X is “Designed by you. Assembled in the USA.” The company announced it earlier that the phone would be made in the USA.
It’s Motorola’s first ad for its mystery phone – Moto X. The ad will appear as a full-page spread in the July 3 editions of The New York Times, USA Today, The Wall Street Journal and Washington Post, Motorola said. The Ad is headed by the company’s brand new logo, which was revealed last week. The ad doesn’t show the phone.
“What we are doing which is very different is assembling [Moto X smartphones] here in the U.S. in our assembly plant in Fort Worth, Texas,” Brian Wallace, Motorola’s VP-global brand and product marketing, said. “What better time than July 4th to come with a message like that?” The full-page print ad is as below.
Motorola wants to do with phones what Google did with search, Mr. Wallace said.
Motorola has set a patriotic tone for its Moto X smartphone in the Ad, claims that the Moto X will be “the first smartphone you can design yourself.” We have no clue, what exactly this line means.
Motorola says the phone is coming soon. After patriotic campaign like this, it won’t be a long wait before the Moto X goes official.