Motorola launches 64 GB Moto X model

Motorola Moto X smartphone now available with 64 GB storage
Motorola Moto X smartphone
AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint and Republic Wireless customers can get a 64 GB Moto X for only $100 more than the 16 GB version.

The Motorola Moto X smartphone has been around for a while, but the only versions available had 16 GB or 32 GB of internal storage and no microSD support. Now the company has just confirmed a 64 GB version which will cost "just $100 USD more" than the 16 GB Moto X and will be available unlocked via AT&T and T-Mobile. The handset will be also available for Sprint and Republic Wireless customers, but only carrier-locked.

Next to the 64 GB Moto X smartphone, Motorola also announced a one-day promotion called "Try Then Buy" which allows customers to try a Moto X at home for up two weeks. These users only have to pay $0.01 USD up front and, if they decide not to keep the phone, Motorola will pay the fees for its return. Those who keep the Moto X will also get a 30% off code for accessories.

The program closes today at 11 PM but it may end even sooner because it also depends on how long the quantities last. Remains to be seen if Verizon Wireless customers will get the 64 GB Moto X as well or not because Motorola did not confirm its availability on Big Red's network yet.


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Codrut Nistor, 2014-06- 9 (Update: 2014-06- 9)
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