Bell Discontinues Motorola MOTOLUXE Starting November 14

The carrier recommends the Samsung Galaxy X 4G instead

By on November 18th, 2012 10:32 GMT

It's been only six months since Motorola MOTOLUXE landed at Bell and the smartphone will soon reach “end of life status.”

According to MobileSyrup, Bell plans to discontinue the Motorola MOTOLUXE. A leaked Bell document dated November 14 confirms it.

The carrier recommends those who are still thinking of purchasing the MOTOLUXE to grab the Samsung Galaxy X 4G instead.

Although the smartphone will soon be gone from Canadian shelves, the problems that affects it will certainly remain if Motorola doesn't roll out a new software update.

Unfortunately, the last update pushed OTA (over the air) about ten days ago broke Wi-Fi connectivity.

Some users report a reset of the phone fixes this problem, though we're not sure if it works for all Motorola MOTOLUXE devices sold thorough Bell and Virgin Mobile.

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