Mark it, dude. Probably. The new Moto X Style — aka the Pure Edition in the U.S. — lands Sept. 3, according to a Tweet from Motorola that has since been deleted.
This is the third-generation Moto X that we recently took a look at in New York City. It sports a 5.7-inch display, will launch with Android 5.1.1 and is powered by a Snapdragon 808 processor. Motorola's upped the camera resolution to 21 megapixels and promises that this one will be able to compete with anything else available.
And like previous versions of the phone, you'll be able to customize its look through the Moto Maker website, with various leather, wood and plastic backs available in a number of colors.
The Tweet from Motorola has since been pulled, though — we've got emails into the company to see what's up — but here's what was posted:
The phone is has a smattering of custom software features from Motorola but otherwise is a stock device. It'll work on every major U.S. carrier, Motorola says, but you won't actually be able to buy it through the carrier system. Price starts at $399.
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