Note, availability for in-store pickup may vary depending on location.
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 1.2GHz Processor
- 4.5" LCD Touchscreen Diplsay w/ 0.3MP Front-Facing Camera & 5MP Rear Facing Camera
- 8G Internal Memory
- 1GB RAM
- Android 5.0 Lollipop OS
- 4G LTE Speeds
Editor's Notes & Price Research
Phone activation required before use. Depends on device memory and network availability. Additional carrier charges may apply - Discombobulated
EDGE (2.5G): 850MHz, 900MHz, 1800MHz, 1900MHz
HSPA+ (3.5G): 850MHZ, 1700+2100MHz (AWS), 1900MHz
LTE (4G): Bands 2, 4, 5, 7, 12*, 17
*Band 12 was removed in the first OTA update. If you completely reflash to the launch 5.0.2 firmware, you should be able to use Band 12 on T-Mobile, but only for data, no VoLTE.
Yes, but you can unlock it before turning it on by filling out the AT&T Device Unlock form here . Be sure to check "Non AT&T Mobility Customer", and remove the SIM before you turn the phone on.
Root and Unlockable Bootloader?
No and no. The AT&T/GoPhone/Cricket XT1527 and the Verizon XT1528 do not qualify for the Motorola Bootloader Unlock website. All other variants do. The only way to get root is by flashing via TWRP recovery, and the only way to flash an unsigned recovery is by unlocking the bootloader.
Motorola has stated that they will not be releasing the Marshmallow update to US variants. Since the bootloader is locked, there is no way to flash another variant's firmware or a custom ROM.