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Bloat-free, unlocked Moto X to be dubbed 'Pure Edition', says report

Really? But what about that gently tweaked Android OS?

Motorola has reportedly named its yet to be released bloat-free, unlocked Moto X the "Pure Edition".

According to the Verge, the handset maker is planning to ship the unbranded version of its Moto X model later this month.

Some readers might struggle with the concept of "pure", though, given that the device runs on Android.

The non-carrier tagged Moto X will ship without crapware from other vendors.

Earlier this month, Motorola unveiled a new and much larger version of the Moto G smartphone, its new flagship X, a new 360 smartwatch, and launched its customisation service, Moto Maker, in the UK. Details this way. ®

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