Motorola Deal: Moto 360 (1st gen) Free With 64GB Moto X Pure Edition

Motorola Deal: Moto 360 (1st gen) Free With 64GB Moto X Pure Edition
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Motorola is always full of surprises for its fans. The latest is that the tech company is offering an attractive deal on the 64GB Moto X Pure Edition, which can be bought with a Moto 360 (1st gen) for free. You should note that the deal is valid till Feb. 19, 10:59 A.M. CT.


The 64GB Moto X Pure Edition, which was launched last year, comes at a price of $499.99, reports Android Authority . According to the deal, you will get the phone with a Moto 360 (1st gen) watch for $500. It means that you will have to pay an extra $100 for the Moto X Pure Edition model. The combined retail price of the phone and the watch amounts to $700, but Motorola is offering both of them at $500, thus letting you save $200. Bear this in mind that the discount is applicable only if you add both devices to your cart, according to 9to5Google.

For some, the bundle might not sound so appealing since the 1st gen Moto 360 can be bought at a cheap price of $139.99 at Amazon. It should also be noted that the phone in question here is not the one designed by Jonathan Adler. It was reported in November last year that Jonathan Adler and his team have put together a new Moto X Pure Edition that define the essence of free spirit and holiday feel to it.

The 64GB Moto X Pure Edition included in the deal offers pure Android experience. Specs-wise, the device hosts a 5.7-inch screen with QHD display with 1440p. The phone is supported by Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 system-on-chip and features six processors. Two of them are higher powered set at 1.8 GHz ARM Cortex-A57s, while four of them are lower powered by ARM Cortex-A53s.  Another interesting point to note is that the 1st gen Moto 360 is receiving Android 6.0 Marshmallow update that brings with it major battery improvements, reports Android Headlines.

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