/*Mi An tries to enter the heavily cobwebbed motorola subforum slowly to avoid kicking up too much dust, but fails comically and suffers a painful fit of sneeze-coughs as a result. Several hours later peering out of his haz mat suit, emptying his industrial shop vac for the 5th time, he finally gives up and just hangs some more haz mat suits outside the door. */ The dust won't kill ya, but you might wish it would. Tuck those helmets in and don't spare the duct tape. https://plus.google.com/110694450299661318989/posts/5Egua1nVyVT Earlier documents indicated release at the end of August, but it could be the beginning instead. A few questions remain for me. how much? Rumors have ranged from the ridiculous of $199 off contract to the other ridiculous, costing as much as high end phones like the One and S4. What I'm hoping for is Nexus 4 pricing, or close to it. If it;s $350-$400, I might still bite. Is the battery removable at all? Frankly I don't mind having to break out the screwdriver. I don't do a lot of battery swapping, I'm more likely to pack an external battery. But I feel pretty strongly about being able to replace the battery myself when it wears down. Some rumors on customization assume removable backs, but after an evleaks rumor that claimed the battery was not removable, some suspect that the back may be customizable before it's assembled, but not swappable. Choose your color and then you're stuck with it. I would like some confirmation that this battery is somewhat accessible and not like, hardwired in. What screen? Moto CEO seemed to confirm an OLED some months ago. Droid Ultra screen is very impressive. If moto x uses the same tech on its smaller screen, I might not even complain about a small markup from Nexus 4 pricing (how generous am I?). It would be the highest pixel density RGB AMOLED phone in the history of the world. Will stock run out in 3.7 seconds after preordering goes up? Even if it did, I might still get a moto x before Samsung tells me the price for the S4 mini.