As part of Mother’s Day offer, Motorola is selling its unlocked version of Moto X Pure at $100 discount. All three variants with varying storage capacities, 16GB, 32GB and 64GB, are sold at $300, $350 and $400, respectively. The offer will last until next week, Monday 9.
Since it’s a Mother’s Day special gift, the American company will allow its customers to customize the handset as per their choice. Using Motorola’s Moto Maker, buyers can change the font, back and accent colors of the device. When done, one can add his/her own custom engravings and messages on the body of the device.
While Best Buy and Amazon are selling the phone for $50 off, instead of $100, B&H offers $50 credit to be spent at the store along with a bunch of goodies, including a tripod, a selfie stick, a mount and a 64GB mivcroSD card as well, reports Android Police.
To know more about the Moto X Pure and to get the discounted rate, click on this link. While Motorola is offering several opportunities to customize the handset, bear in mind that the customization options will affect the price, according to Android Headlines.
For some while, Motorola has been offering plenty of discounts on the Moto X Pure Edition. Amazon offered a $50 discount on the 32GB variant. There was another $100 discount offer on the 16 GB model, while a $50 off on the 32GB model, back in March.
Customers have a week to make up their minds whether they want to buy the handset. T-Mobile is a popular carrier where you will get a buy-one-get-one-half-off deal with the LG G5 and a bunch of accessory discounts and a free tablet with it, notes Phone Arena.
Going by the specs and features, the Moto X Pure Edition helps you enjoy images and videos via its 5.7-inch 1440p Quad HD display screen. It has a top-rated 21MP rear camera, 4K video, all-day battery system, TurboPower charging and more.
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