We have been hearing about Motorola’s plan to launch cheaper version of Moto X since last couple of months, although we are failed to get the images and specification of the alleged device as of now. According to the reports, the upcoming cheaper version of Moto X will be dubbed as Motorola DVX and Motorola is highly inclined to launch the product by the end of this year or early next year.
Today the wait for the alleged images of Motorola DVX went over when it visited US regulator FCC once again. There may be a lot of design similarities in both Moto X and DVX but the latter does not seem to be refined like the Moto X. Motorola’s aim to keep the costs down might be one of the reasons for that. There are still very few details available about the phone, but as per Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside’s previous comments, the phone will be released in prepaid and emerging markets.
Motorola DVX is expected to retail around $200 price-tag, so it isn’t expected to pack any fancy specs. As you can see in the images, the display seems to be around 4.5-inches but we can’t be certain until the official announcement.