The 64GB Moto X is fast becoming the latest unicorn of the Android landscape. After the graphics and code for a 64GB option were uncovered on the Moto Maker website, some leaked Sprint docs have shown up that offer more confirmation this device is going to be a thing. It's not a done deal, though.


The documents come in the form of some internal calendar screens intended to keep Sprint employees abreast of what's coming up. One of the items listed is the 64GB Moto X available with Sprint service from Moto Maker. However, you may notice the date listed in the images has come and gone – May 23rd was last Friday.


It's possible the launch of this version of the Moto X was simply pushed back. We've certainly seen out-of-date documents like this before (notably with the 4.4.3 update). Although, Motorola might have also decided at some point to skip the 64GB device and never removed it from the source code on the website. We'll just have to wait and see what the future brings.

[Thanks, anon]

Ryan Whitwam
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  • Christofftofferson

    Is there much of a point introducing a new storage option when presumably a new one is around the corner

    • Kristen Paul


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  • Dave

    Damn, I don't want to hear something about Moto X, my eyes are on Moto X+1 :D
    A shame Motorola releases its flagship much later than every other manufactor.
    Wouldn't it boost Motorola's sales as well if they released it in Q1 or early to mid Q2?

  • ThomasMoneyhon

    well we all know what happened when they jumped the gun with nexus updates

  • Ali

    not touching sprint or Motorola any time soon.

    • Brian Koppe

      What do you have against Motorola? They've improved quite a bit since the days of Motoblur.

  • abobobilly

    Why on earth manufacturers are still releasing phones with 16GB built in storage. DEATH to 16GB man :