Meanwhile, (unofficial) pricing information on the handset has been revealed as well, with the device coming in at $299 for the 16GB model, and $349 for the 32GB version. It seems that being made in the USA will not have a significant impact on the price, either. In Europe, you can expect the Moto X to cost €299 and €349, respectively.
The oft-leaked Moto X is slated to run on a dual-core 1.7 GHz CPU, 2GB of RAM, and a 4.7-inch 720p display. There's also a 10.5 MP camera with 2.1 MP front-facer, 16 GB of internal memory, all running on android 4.2.2 - although with a possible Android 4.3 announcement from Google just around the corner, that last bit may change.
We'll hopefully find out more about the device come August 1 when the it is slated to get announced in New York City. Be sure to check back with us then!