Motorola will close the Texas factory where it assembles Moto X smartphones in 2014


Motorola is closing a factory in Texas that employs roughly 700 people to assemble its Moto X smartphones, the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) reports. The plant will be shuttered before the end of the year, throwing the future of the customizable handset – and the direction of Motorola’s future flagship smartphones – into doubt. The decision was confirmed to TNW and comes four months after its $2.9 billion acquisition by Chinese manufacturer Lenovo. According to the WSJ, Motorola will continue to produce the Moto X in China and Brazil, among other locations, but didn’t disclose whether this would include the...

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