Unlocked carrier support for Telstra, Optus and Vodafone
Following up on the announcement that it would be making its way down under, Motorola has officially launched the Moto X in Australia. A full seven months after launching in the U.S. and even two months after the U.K., folks in Australia will have their chance to pick up a Moto X for AUD$549 outright. Sadly there's no Moto Maker customization at this point — nor is it expected — so you'll be selecting from either black or white at this point.
We're no pros at the frequencies in use by the Australian carriers, but based on the information provided and a little insight from the folks at Ausdroid we're looking at support for Telstra, Optus and Vodafone. The Motorola site is still listing the device as "coming soon" and there aren't any carrier or retailer announcements just yet, but we can expect that information to make its way out soon as well.
Now that the Moto X has made its way officially to Australia, the next rollouts we can expect to see — based on what Motorola has said so far — are to India and Germany, with Moto Maker making its expansion as well to the U.K., Germany and Mexico.