Best Buy starts accepting pre-orders for Verizon, AT&T and Sprint branded Motorola Moto X

Best Buy starts accepting pre-orders for Verizon, AT&T and Sprint branded Motorola Moto X
Those interested in the Motorola Moto X can reserve their phone right now from Best Buy. The big box retailer is accepting pre-orders for the Verizon, Sprint and AT&T version of the handset.  The 16GB variant of the phone will cost you $199.99 with a signed two-year pact. As we've told you before, the version of the Moto X that is being offered by the carriers is not the customized model that can be designed by the buyer through the Moto Maker website. You can order the phone in black or white.

Verizon, AT&T and Sprint have not started accepting pre-orders for the phone. Regional carrier U.S. Cellular has started accepting reservations for the device in Woven White or Woven Black.  Those who pre-order the unit through U.S. Cellular receive a free Motorola Bluetooth headset valued at $59.99. With a $75 discount for those switching to the carrier, the Motorola Moto X can be pre-ordered for just $124.99.

Best Buy has not yet revealed a date when the phone will be shipped. And in case you're curious why T-Mobile isn't included, the nation's fourth largest carrier has announced that its customers will only be able to buy the customized variant of the phone from Motorola.


source: BestBuy via AndroidAuthority

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Moto X
  • Display 4.7 inches
    1280 x 720 pixels
  • Camera 10 MP (Single camera)
    2 MP front
  • Hardware Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro
    2GB RAM
  • Storage 16GB,
  • Battery 2200 mAh
  • OS Android 5.1 Lollipop

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