Motorola has just made its factory at Fort Worth, Texas viewable for all thanks to Google Maps. Users can now get a peek inside the unit where every Moto X is manufactured, with a Street View tour. Motorola’s Made In the USA tag line for the Moto X has been heavily endorsed since the smartphone was unveiled and has opened up a lot of job opportunities for fellow Americans. The company, no doubt was taking a gamble by manufacturing the smartphone in the U.S. while the rest of the manufacturing industry has a set base in China due to the cheap labor.
It seems like Motorola’s courage has paid off as the smartphone is now reportedly selling over 100,000 units every week to customers, while customized AT&T Moto X smartphones take a bit longer to ship. But by giving us a brief look at what’s happening inside its manufacturing unit, Motorola wants us to know that the team is hard at work to ensure buyers get their Moto X in time. While the Woven White and Woven Black variants can be mass produced, the customized variants of the smartphone take relatively longer since they have to be hand assembled. Hit the link below to get a feel of what’s happening inside the Moto X manufacturing unit.