Motorola Moto DVX is a Cheaper Moto X, Gets Leaked as it Gets FCC Certification
It appears that Motorola is preparing a sub $200 Moto X alternative with pretty much the same design as the original model. Motorola Moto DVX images have surfaced as the device cleared its FCC certification.
The product is expected to be affordable and look identical to the Moto X, as shown by the pictures included in this article. The main difference is the left handed speaker included on the device. Its camera lens is centered on the top part of the back cover and the Motorola logo is concave, pretty much like Moto X.
Speculations say the newcomer may adopt a 4.3 inch or 4.5 inch display, making us think it will serve as sort of a Moto X mini role. The FCC filing reveals that the handset has been certified with GSM 850/1900 MHz bands support and it will lack 4G LTE connectivity. FCC documents also mention Voice Commands and Talking Phone, so the Moto special software features are included.