Today, at the ongoing AllThingsD’s D11 conference, Google owned Motorola Mobility unit CEO Dennis Woodside confirmed the existence of the rumoured Moto X smartphone and said that the smartphone will be assembled in the United State and release will more likely to be held in October this year.

Motorola will be using a facility outside Fort Worth, Texas, that was previously used to build Nokia phones, for assembling its smartphones.

Dennis Woodside at AllThingsD’s D11 conference

Dennis Woodside at AllThingsD’s D11 conference

According to Dennis Woodside, the Moto X smartphone will come featured with an OLED display and going to be the company’s flagship product for this year and will compete with the likes of Samsung’s Galaxy line-up and Apple’s iPhones.

Regarding the availability in the markets, he said that Americas – both North and South – will be the key focus area for the company, suggesting that its upcoming smartphones might not be released in other regions, especially the countries where it has already shut the shop like India.