Quick two day sale for the Motorola Moto X starts today, ends tomorrow

Quick two day sale for the Motorola Moto X starts today, ends tomorrow
The Motorola Moto X is having a quick sale that starts today, and runs through tomorrow. Hey, we told you it was fast. Starting today, you can save $100 on the 32GB Motorola Moto X. That brings the price down to $349 for the device. The "flash sale" will also take $100 off the price of the Developer Edition of the phone. As we told you  last week, Motorola no longer will be producing the Moto X deep in the heart of Texas.

Better watch what you say around the device, as the Motorola Moto X is "always listening" for you to say "Okay Google," to help you find requested information. Active Notifications allow you to read your important messages right from the lock screen.

Apply for Motorola credit and the phone can be priced at zilch, zippo or zero at checkout. And there is special financing available, that will get one of these puppies in your hands for as little as $25 a month. And even with the discount, or special financing, you can still go through the Moto Maker site and build an Android headset that is as unique as you are.

Save $100 today and tomorrow on the Motorola Moto X

Save $100 today and tomorrow on the Motorola Moto X


source: Motorola (1), (2) via AndroidAuthority

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Moto X
  • Display 4.7" 720 x 1280 pixels
  • Camera 10 MP / 2 MP front
  • Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro, Dual-core, 1700 MHz
  • Storage 16 GB
  • Battery 2200 mAh

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14 Comments

1. fzacek

Posts: 2486; Member since: Jan 26, 2014

This might be a sign that Motorola is planning to release the Moto X+1 soon...

5. frustyak

Posts: 247; Member since: Mar 08, 2010

Or cleaning out their inventory from the Texas plant.

2. Mxyzptlk unregistered

$449 is too much when you can get the Nexus 5 for $50 less. I wouldn't call this a good deal.

3. joeyhalls

Posts: 10; Member since: Jun 25, 2013

Read much? "Starting today, you can save $100 on the 32GB Motorola Moto X. That brings the price down to $349 for the device."

4. elitewolverine

Posts: 5192; Member since: Oct 28, 2013

Read much....its a two day deal, and even then the nexus at that point is $50 more. After the deal it is again $50 less than the moto.

12. roscuthiii

Posts: 2383; Member since: Jul 18, 2010

Riddle me this: If people buy the Moto x during the two-day sale, then is it costing them $50 less than they'd pay for a Nexus 5?

13. iCloud

Posts: 123; Member since: May 15, 2014

Unfortunately, Nexus 5 not available for Verizon. I ordered my Moto x, shipping date June 11...

7. frustyak

Posts: 247; Member since: Mar 08, 2010

Except that the Moto X has some features the Nexus doesn't, so the extra $50 might be worth it for some.

8. fzacek

Posts: 2486; Member since: Jan 26, 2014

Well, for $50 less than the Nexus 5 right now, it's a pretty good deal...

6. robocopvn

Posts: 504; Member since: Mar 10, 2010

349$ is still too much for a 720p , Snapdragon S4 Pro dual core in mid-2014 Motorola

9. AfterShock

Posts: 4146; Member since: Nov 02, 2012

I'm not hating on Moto, but I think your right. It is long in tooth in 2014.

10. robocopvn

Posts: 504; Member since: Mar 10, 2010

I really like Moto for doing different things from the other manufacturer but keep charging that much for the old phone with this hardware is simply just too much :). For me, thinking of giving out $349 USD for a 720p, 16gb non-expandable, so so 10MP camera, dualcore S4 Pro Moto X. Obviously the Nexus 5 or the mighty Oneplus One will pop up in my mind :D. Though I'm still very happy with my LG E980 :D

14. techloverNYC

Posts: 601; Member since: Nov 20, 2012

Agree with you guys Idk how moto justify their pricing point anymore.

11. Techboi

Posts: 84; Member since: Sep 20, 2012

Got mines for $321, that's with tax added.

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