It is the perfect time for you to save a great deal on 2nd generation Motorola X handset. It was available at $299.99 on Verizon, but you will get the AT&T and Verizon branded Motorola Moto X (2014) for $99.99 at BestBuy. It will come compatible with T-Mobile, AT&T and GSM carriers in the United States, but not on Sprint and Verizon.
The handset was earlier priced at $399.99, but in recent times, the regular price of the phone was $299.99 on Verizon. Hence, consumers can now save $200 when buying the handset for $99.99. However, it is not clear how long the deal will be in effect. Report says that the 2nd generation Moto X will be available in the black version with 4G LTE network along with free shipping facilities. It will be on no-contract basis and will not run on Android 6.0 Marshmallow software, reports Phone Arena.
Let’s refresh your memories on the phone specs. The handset features a 5.2” AMOLED HD touch screen. It has Android 4.4 KitKat operating system running at its core. The phone packs in 13MP rear camera meant for taking high-definition pictures and videos. It has 16GB internal memory and is powered by quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor. The most interesting point is the phone has convenient voice interaction that helps to create own voice prompt.
This means you can post your own question or post your status on social networking sites without using your hands but just using your voice. What’s more, a simple wave of hand snoozes alarm and silence the phone with its amazing Touch-free response feature, reports BestBuy.
GSM Arena reports that the handset was available on Motorola’s official website, but now it has run out of stock. Do not feel disappointed, since Best Buy is still selling the units at the discounted price. So Hurry!