In addition to launching the unique Moto X on all the main D.J. carriers final yr, Motorola additionally offered Developer Edition models in GSM and Verizon flavors for patrons that needed a Moto X with an unlockable bootloader. Unfortunately for Verizon clients that take pleasure in tinkering with their Android hardware, issues are going to be a bit of totally different this yr.
Motorola government Punit Soni has revealed on Google+ that there gained’t be a Developer Edition model of the brand new Moto X (2014). Soni didn’t clarify the reasoning behind this choice.
While we might by no means know the precise cause as to why there gained’t be a Moto X (2014) Developer Edition on Verizon, it’s attainable that the unique didn’t promote sufficient models to warrant a brand new mannequin, as Android Police factors out. After all, the overwhelming majority of cellphone consumers in all probability don’t care about having an unlockable bootloader, and the truth that the Dev Edition fashions value full retail worth is probably going a hurdle for some as properly.
Do telephones with unlockable bootloaders curiosity you or is that not an necessary function?