Moto X Stories April 22, 2016

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Way back in December, Motorola launched a limited edition series of Moto X Pure phones in partnership with renowned designer, Jonathan Adler. They had all the same great specs and features of the regular 32GB Moto X Pure, except they had an awesome unique design on the back.

The only issue was Motorola opted to sell them at a premium. Now, that premium has gone, and you can pick one up for $175 less than the original price.

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Moto X Stories February 17, 2016

expiredBuy a Moto X Pure Edition 64GB for $500, get a free first gen. Moto 360 ($200 value)

Moto X Pure Edition is one of the best phones that launched last year, and now you have even more reason to buy one. Just last month we gave it a “3 months later” second look (spoiler: we still think it’s great), but Motorola wants to make the deal even sweeter with a free Moto 360 Android Wear watch

Moto X Stories January 18, 2016

expired2nd gen. Moto X (unlocked) $243 shipped, 2nd gen. Moto G w/ free dock $100 shipped

Best Buy offers the 2nd generation Moto X 16GB (unlocked) smartphone in black for $242.99 shipped, which is $57 below its retail price and the lowest price we could find for a brand new model. If you’re looking for its cheaper little brother, though, B&H offers the 2nd generation Moto G 8GB (unlocked) smartphone in black for $99.99 shipped w/ a free Belkin PowerHouse microUSB dock. That’s a savings of $95 compared to what these items would cost at retail…

Moto X Stories January 7, 2016

Motorola offering $100 discount when you purchase new Moto X Pure and Moto 360 together

Running up to the holidays, Motorola was offering some great discounts on its older Android and Android Wear products. Sadly, those same deals didn’t apply to the newer and rather fantastic Moto X Pure and Moto 360 from 2015. That changes this month, as the Lenovo-owned company begins offering money off for customers buying both products together.

Anyone buying the new Moto X Pure Edition (2015) and 2nd gen Moto 360 together will get $100 off at checkout. There’s no promo code to remember, just add the two products to your basket at Motorola.com in the US and the discount applies automatically. That means a package deal combining the two devices will cost you $599 for the base models, rather than the usual $699. Of course, adding extra storage to your phone or choosing a more premium material for the phone’s back or the Moto 360’s watch strap will cost extra. This promotion includes free shipping.

Currently, Amazon sells the Moto 360 and Moto X Pure Edition (2015) at their full $299 and $399 respective price tags. As do eBay and B&H Photo Video.

This is the first time we’ve seen either of the new products with a significant discount anywhere in the US. The deal is available until January 12th, 10:59 Central Time.

Moto X Stories May 5, 2015

expiredMoto 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).

Moto X Stories April 1, 2015

expiredMoto X (2nd gen) Pure Edition today only from Motorola $360 shipped (Reg. $500)

Update: It looks like there’s also a $50 discount across the board for the Moto 360. You can grab the leather model with a 22mm band for $199 or make a custom one with a steel band for the usual $50 premium. There aren’t any details we could find on Motorola’s site for this deal, so there’s no telling how long it will last.

Motorola is offering a brand new unlocked “Pure Edition” Moto X via its online store at a new low of $359.99—for one day only. We are very fond of the phone, and found it to be one of the best—if not the best—Android flagships to be released in 2014. And one of its most attractive features is that you can design it however you’d like via the MotoMaker

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