1. bdlmotox's Avatar
    I bought the Moto X Dev Edition on Monday. It should be here by next Monday, as I got the shipping confirmation tonight. I plan on giving T-Mobile a try.

    Question is this: Let's say my service doesn't work better than the Sprint service that I'm joyfully out-of-contract on. Will it be as simple as going to ATT and getting a Sim from them to use the phone on their network?

    Also, I only bought the Dev Edition because I waited three hours on Monday and that's the first thing I was able to click "Buy" on, and I just couldn't sit and wait any longer. Also, I figure it is likely to have better resale value. But from what I've read, the T-Mobile Edition seems to be identical to the Dev Edition? Or have I missed something? Thanks in advance :-)
    12-05-2013 01:34 AM
  2. soma4society's Avatar
    I bought the Moto X Dev Edition on Monday. It should be here by next Monday, as I got the shipping confirmation tonight. I plan on giving T-Mobile a try.

    Question is this: Let's say my service doesn't work better than the Sprint service that I'm joyfully out-of-contract on. Will it be as simple as going to ATT and getting a Sim from them to use the phone on their network?

    Also, I only bought the Dev Edition because I waited three hours on Monday and that's the first thing I was able to click "Buy" on, and I just couldn't sit and wait any longer. Also, I figure it is likely to have better resale value. But from what I've read, the T-Mobile Edition seems to be identical to the Dev Edition? Or have I missed something? Thanks in advance :-)
    Nope. You haven't missed anything. The T-Mobile version is essentially a dev editon, except that you can customize it through moto maker (whether or not you and I, and others, will get better resale for it remains to be seen). And yes, from what I understand, you can just walk in and get a SIM from att or tmo and be good to go.

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    12-05-2013 01:40 AM
  3. bdlmotox's Avatar
    Maybe I should have said it might be easier to resell than one that's lemon lime or violet. Likely a larger resale market black and white.

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    12-05-2013 02:05 AM
  4. KWKSLVR's Avatar
    Maybe I should have said it might be easier to resell than one that's lemon lime or violet. Likely a larger resale market black and white.

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    It definitely depends on how you customize it. Mine is Navy/Orange with "WDE" engraved on the back. There's a ton of Auburn fans who would be all over it. Luckily for me, I rarely sell devices. ;p

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    12-05-2013 02:09 AM
  5. bdlmotox's Avatar
    It definitely depends on how you customize it. Mine is Navy/Orange with "WDE" engraved on the back. There's a ton of Auburn fans who would be all over it. Luckily for me, I rarely sell devices. ;p

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    As a Chicago Bears fan I can appreciate the navy and orange. But I'm just not sure what I would do with the WDE.
    12-05-2013 02:20 AM
  6. KWKSLVR's Avatar
    As a Chicago Bears fan I can appreciate the navy and orange. But I'm just not sure what I would do with the WDE.
    Claim it's a special model number maybe?

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    12-05-2013 02:22 AM
  7. DayThyme's Avatar
    Also, I only bought the Dev Edition because I waited three hours on Monday and that's the first thing I was able to click "Buy" on, and I just couldn't sit and wait any longer. Also, I figure it is likely to have better resale value. But from what I've read, the T-Mobile Edition seems to be identical to the Dev Edition? Or have I missed something? Thanks in advance :-)
    T-mobile is identical to the GSM Dev Ed except you can customize it and get it in 16GB version for $50 less if you want to.

    Personally, I think the Tmobile with a black woven back at either 16GB or 32GB would have the best resale value.
    12-05-2013 03:19 AM
  8. Sophos's Avatar
    T-mobile is identical to the GSM Dev Ed except you can customize it and get it in 16GB version for $50 less if you want to.

    Personally, I think the Tmobile with a black woven back at either 16GB or 32GB would have the best resale value.
    This is more or less true. The phones sport the same hardware but Motorola will honor the warranty on the Dev edition EVEN if the bootloader has been unlocked.

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    12-05-2013 03:26 AM
  9. DayThyme's Avatar
    This is more or less true. The phones sport the same hardware but Motorola will honor the warranty on the Dev edition EVEN if the bootloader has been unlocked.
    Good point!!
    12-05-2013 04:01 AM
  10. mattopotamus's Avatar
    Got my tmobile version yesterday and popped my att nano sim in. It worked right away and I did not have to configure any APN's.
    12-05-2013 08:57 AM
  11. sting7k's Avatar
    As a Chicago Bears fan I can appreciate the navy and orange. But I'm just not sure what I would do with the WDE.
    Maybe another Bears fan would be willing to pay extra for a custom Bears colored Moto X in the future.
    12-05-2013 10:55 AM

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