Motorola is in the process of releasing unlocked developer editions of its premier smartphones. The Droid Maxx and Moto X are so similar that Motorola didn't bother to change the copy explaining the developer editions.
The Motorola website notes you can "Change settings, flash a new kernel, and pretty much gain superpowers. It's the kind of fun that voids warranties.* But then again, you've always been into that sorta thing." The same exact wording is used for the Droid Maxx Developer Edition. Motorola didn't even bother to write anything new for the different models.
The only difference is that Droid Maxx Developer title says "Power for days with an unlockable bootloader."
The GSM (for AT&T or T-Mobile) Moto X Developer Edition is currently out of stock while the Verizon Developer Moto X is available for $649.99 with an unlocked bootlader and 32GB of storage onboard. Motorola confirmed that the GSM Moto X will be available Friday, September 20. It is only be available in woven white or black.
Features of the Moto X Motorola X8 mobile computing systems that includes the Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro ( packed with 1 dual.7 GHz dual-core Krait CPU and a quad-core Adreno 320 GPU) along with two Motorola processors. It also features a 2220 mAh battery, 10MP camera, front camera, 2GB RAM and 720p 4.7" display.
The Droid Maxx Developer Edition is available also, today for $649.99. The Motorola website doesn't currently show specs however the Droid Maxx has a 5" touchscreen, Motorola X8, 3500 mAh battery, 10MP camera, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.