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T-Mobile Moto X exclusive to Google Play

With the Moto X already being enjoyed by AT&T customers, those of you on other carriers will be waiting in anticipation as to when they will be able to get their hands on the new phone from Motorola.

You will be pleased to know that Verizon customers can now get their hands on the Moto X, with the Sprint release said to be happening any day now. So what about T-Mobile?

The T-Mobile Moto X release date is a funny one because we do not have a date set yet, although there is something very strange that we cannot understand, and that is how you will be able to purchase this version.

T-Mobile X is coming to Google Play only.
T-Mobile X is coming to Google Play only.

If what TmoNews is reporting is true then the T-Mobile version of the Moto X will be exclusive to Google Play Store. While we cannot take this news as gospel, it is said to come from an internal shot from T-Mobile themselves.

When T-Mobile confirmed they were to get the Moto X they did say it would be available via Motorola channels, but this does not look to be the case. However, we still need to be a little skeptical about this so-called internal screen shot.

Do you believe the only way you will be able to purchase the Moto X on T-Mobile is via Google Play?

Moto X on T-Mobile could be released next month.
Moto X on T-Mobile could be released next month.

No matter who you get your new Motorola smartphone from there is no denying how popular the device has become, and will only grow once available on all the four major US carriers.

Moto X accessories have already started to appear, with the desktop and car docks from Griffin due for release on September, which isn’t that long to wait.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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