Deal: Motorola Moto X Pure Edition can now be bought starting at $299


The Motorola Moto X Pure Edition is not the newest, nor the hottest smartphone around, but you may be interested in hearing that, as of today, it can be purchased in the US starting at just $299 (unlocked, of course).

$299 will get you a Moto X Pure 16 GB - that's $100 less than its normal price ($399). The Moto X Pure 32 GB is also on sale, though its price has been cut just by $50, thus it now costs $399 (down from $449). As for the 64 GB variant of the device, this costs $499, just like before - no price cut here. According to Motorola, the offers are valid until March 17, or while supplies last, so you should hurry if you're in need of a brand new Moto X Pure. Mind you, if you want to customize any of the Moto X variants with leather or wood via Moto Maker, you still have to pay an extra $25.

The Moto X Pure Edition can be bought at discounted prices not just from Motorola, but also from Amazon and Best Buy - see the source links at the end of this article. Released in September with Android Lollipop on board, the Moto X Pure now runs Android Marshmallow. To find out more about the smartphone, go ahead and check out our Moto X Pure review.


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22 Comments

1. hafini_27

Posts: 949; Member since: Oct 31, 2013

Great deal. If only Moto phones were available here.

13. engineer-1701d unregistered

not a great deal 199 maybe its only 16gb half of thats gonna be os

14. JunitoNH

Posts: 1946; Member since: Feb 15, 2012

Exactly, and be advised if you use it on Cricket, battery life is horrible. I exchanged mine for the Moto G, very satisfied. Battery not an issue with AT&T or T-Mobile.

16. Acdc1a

Posts: 473; Member since: Jan 21, 2016

If you're not a power user 16gb MIGHT be enough...but even too many pictures will fill this thing up. I think 32 should be the bare minimum.

18. lallolu

Posts: 732; Member since: Sep 18, 2012

The phone takes microsd card, so that argument is void.

22. Acdc1a

Posts: 473; Member since: Jan 21, 2016

No it absolutely isn't. SD cards have a shelf life and are of varying quality. It's fine for a backup or to swap out music and movies. It's lunacy to be a primary storage vehicle.

2. Unordinary unregistered

Snag!

3. Andr01d

Posts: 63; Member since: Mar 08, 2016

Thats amazing! great phone for the vaule, sad I payed the full price tho

4. snowgator

Posts: 3621; Member since: Jan 19, 2011

The 32 Gig version is my first choice, and will probably my new phone before too much longer. Unskinned Android will run nice on that baby for a while. Think the Pure will hold up very nicely for a couple years.

5. Scott93274

Posts: 6033; Member since: Aug 06, 2013

It's an awesome phone. I love my Nexus 6P, especially now that it has Android N, but there're still things that the Moto X just does better. Make the 2016 model available on Google Fi and I'll switch to it in a heartbeat.

17. Acdc1a

Posts: 473; Member since: Jan 21, 2016

I prefer my 6 to the 6P and the Moto X Pure edition feels like a natural evolution of the 6 albeit with a smaller screen and not available on Google FI.

6. Mxyzptlk unregistered

Great deal, about time they do a "real" sale instead of a sale on a bunch of fugly colors no one wanted. It's not available on Google Fi but that's ok. It's a ripoff anyway.

10. hwb01

Posts: 355; Member since: Apr 17, 2014

Because the X Pure supports CDMA and GSM, it would probably work on Project Fi.

7. murron

Posts: 162; Member since: Jun 10, 2014

Why didn't they drop all storage options by $100? :(

8. Mxyzptlk unregistered

Motorola can be pretty incompetent at times.

9. murron

Posts: 162; Member since: Jun 10, 2014

I don't know why they even have a 16gb model these days! Do you know if Motorola supports storing apps on the SD card with marshmallow update?

11. Sebaeza

Posts: 4; Member since: Mar 11, 2016

Yes it does, it has to be high speed SD card though

12. devoTECH

Posts: 11; Member since: Mar 11, 2016

But does the Moto X Pure (or any mobile device for that matter) support UHS-II to achieve those high speeds? I am actually curious as to whether there are devices that support those pins. That will truly make Adaptive Storage (and a good memory card) that much more beneficial.

21. Junito

Posts: 145; Member since: Feb 12, 2012

Very much so...I'm afraid. Don't return anything, because you really will be for a ride.

15. JunitoNH

Posts: 1946; Member since: Feb 15, 2012

This should had been the original sticker price, in a field saturated with Android devices.

19. killer7D

Posts: 551; Member since: Sep 18, 2014

I dont know why this phone is not available in my country

20. killer7D

Posts: 551; Member since: Sep 18, 2014

I dont know why this phone is not available in my country

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