Moto X (2014) unlocked 32GB for $350 (Reg. $550), 64GB: $375 (Reg. $600)

The Moto X (2014) is still widely regarded as one of the best Android phones on the market (even after the announcement and release of most of the early 2015 flagships). And now, Motorola is offering a great deal on its current-generation flagship via its own website. You can get the unlocked 32 GB model for as low as $349.99 ($200 off), while an upgrade to 64 GB of storage will bring you to $374.99 ($225 off).

An unlocked 16 GB base model Moto X is normally $499.99 (with the exception of the Republic Wireless model which is normally $399), but upgrades to 32 GB and 64 GB of storage cost $50 and $100, respectively. With this deal, you can a 32 GB model for just $350, which is $150 less than the normal price for the 16 GB model. These prices apply for the unlocked “Pure Edition” device, or you can go with either the AT&T or Verizon variants.

This sale ends at 11:59 AM EST on May 12th, so you might want to act fast before this deal disappears. If you want to read more about the Moto X, we’ve got a video review over at 9to5Google. Also, if you have an interest in the Moto 360 smartwatch, it’s currently $179.99 ($70 off) from Motorola’s online store as well—and that deal is going to be live until March 12th at 11:59 AM EST.

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