At D11, Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside has just confirmed that the company is working on a flagship phone, and that will be called the Moto X. The phone will not be made in China like its predecessors, it will be made in the US, it will have an OLED screen.
It will be built in a Fort Worth, Texas factory that was once used to make Nokia phones. Woodside isn’t giving away many details at this stage. Some components will come from the US, too, though portions will come from Taiwan, Korea, and elsewhere. The phone is explicitly designed to compete with the iPhone and the Galaxy lineup, though Woodside did say that one of of the areas Motorola sees as promising is in high-quality, low-cost devices. Motorola has also issued a press release touting the Moto X.