Remember that Valentine’s Day is almost upon us? If you want to play it safe and aim for good old chocolates or cuddly teddy bears it’s cool, but maybe you want to try something new this year? How about spreading some love with a brand new smartphone or smartwatch? Still hesitating? It may be a pretty good option especially since Motorola will offer heavy discounts on the Moto X and Moto 360 on February 2nd, so mark your calendar.
Few days ago Motorola announced that their customers from the US and Europe will get the chance to buy the latest Moto X 2nd Generation at special Cyber Monday discounts. Speaking more precisely, Verizon customers will be able to get the phone for 1 cent on contract, everyone else may get $140 off on its unlocked and AT&T version without a contract. More than that, the company will be also giving additional 30% discounts on all accessories. If you feel interested in this special offer, stay with us since we’re going to examine it thoroughly in order to find any potential catches.
Still don’t know what to buy for a Christmas gift? Perhaps a smartphone will be a good idea? But, even if we decide to get one, which one to choose? Since the smartphone industry is a rapidly developing business, and today even midrangers come equipped with fast processors, powerful cameras and a 1080p display became something of a standard, the choice is so big that it is hard to pick the right one. In order to help you make a smart decision, we create the list of 5 hot phones for Christmas without contract that will make you loved one happy and won’t cost a fortune.
On the mobile market dominated by Android, the rivalry among phone manufacturers is so fierce that choosing the right smartphone is an incredibly hard task. The task is even harder when we want to give the phone as a gift to our loved-one. Which one to choose to make them happy? In order to help you make the proper decision, we’ve prepared the holiday buyer’s guide on the best Android phones of November / December 2014 that may be great gift ideas.
Some folks claim that smartphones are toys for adults. In a way they are right – in addition to serving for making calls and sending text, phones give you the possibility to surf the web, watch movies or read newspapers. Some models allow for much more creative and advanced entertainment. Those models are called developer editions and usually are pretty pricey. Today, however, unlocked Moto X 2013 Developer Edition is on sale on eBay for just $229.99 and contract free.
If you looking for a great deal on the Motorola’s Moto X 2 Gen, this may interest you. Just few days ago we were writing about steal deal on the Moto X 2014 for Verizon, today AT&T’s model is joining the club being offered for free if you go for a Black Leather version of the phone. Desired by many the Moto X 2 in Black Resin may now be yours for just a mere $1, which means you can save almost $100 when omitting the carrier’s official store and head toward Amazon store.
Amazon sells the new Verizon Moto X 2nd Generation for a dollar, save almost $100 if you skip carrier’s store
The market is full of great smartphones, but if you look closely you will find a fault or two in every single one of them. The conclusion is simple – a perfect phone doesn’t exist. However, if we were to pick one, the 2014 version of the Moto X is damn near perfection. Is there anything better than the great Moto X 2nd Generation? Sure there is – an insanely cheap Moto X 2nd Generation. Amazon is selling the Verizon variant of the handset for just a dollar, which means that you can save almost $100 if you skip the Verizon store.
Last month the brand new Moto X arrived at three US major carriers: AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile and now it’s time for other service providers to join in the fun. Today is US Cellular’s turn to add the 2nd generation Moto X to the portfolio, and so it did – the Motorola’s Moto X officially announced to the world a month ago is now available from carrier’s online store for cheap if you sing up a two year contract.
Didn’t we promise that the Moto X would arrive on Verizon on September 26th? OK, that’s not exactly true. Actually it’s not us who made the promise, we only delivered the message, but that’s not the point. Today is Friday, September 26th and guess what? Motorola’s Moto X 2nd Gen is now for sale at Verizon Wireless stores with a nice little surprise for users who like to stand out in the crowd.
The latest report suggests that, Motorola is planning to launch its second generation Moto X this week on America’s largest 4G LTE network. According to the internal sources, Verizon will be selling the handset priced at $99 on contract starting this Friday, September 26 . The good news for Motorola’s enthusiasts is that the white Moto X will be offered with a bamboo back without additional charges.
Motorola and AT&T accept pre-orders on Moto X and Unlocked Moto X Pure Edition, you can get a $50 discount if you are a student
Exactly ten days ago Motorola announced the successor of the Moto X. To our surprise the phone isn’t called Moto X+1 as it was suggested by countless rumors, but simply new Moto X. The name, however, is not what’s most important. Whatever it’s called, the phone is looks promising and is available for purchase. Pre-orders on the AT&T version of the Moto X and unlocked Moto X Pure Edition began already. You can also get a $50 discount if you are a student.
While previous days of pre-IFA show belonged to Samsung and Sony, today is the big unveiling day for Motorola that takes the headlines by storm with announcement of the new flagship Moto X. Yes, there is no mistake, the second generation of Moto X has the same name as its predecessor, not the Moto X+1 nor the Moto X2, as we speculated earlier. It goes official and almost immediately hits shelves of retailers. The new Moto X 2014 can soon be yours for $99 on contract or $499 without it.
When smartphone makers want to push their new device, they focus on its strongest points. That’s why press releases are full of big words like quad-core, resolution, aperture, pixel density, GPU, etc. While experts thrive on such terms, for an average not-so-well-oriented user they are little more than sophisticated gibberish that says nothing about actual performance of the phone. In other words, you don’t know what to expect of the handset. Motorola’s “Try Before Buy” offer might be a solution to the problem. The company also added a 64GB version of the Moto X to its roster.
Motorola is now offering $100 discount on the 32GB version of the Moto X Phone compatible with any carrier of your choice: Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, and unlocked for T-Mobile. That brings the price down to $349 for the handset without contract. The sale will be held until tomorrow, June 5th. The “48-hour sale” will also save you $100 on the Developer Edition phone.
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Even though it’s nearing its first birthday, the Moto X is still one of the popuplar devices on the market. It’s also one of the most often discounted which makes it even more attractive. Missed previous deals and discounts on the Motorola Moto X? Don’t worry. Tomorrow you will another chance to grab the phone at a lower price as Motorola is having a special promotion for Mother’s Day. The company will be offering the Moto X without contract for just $299.99 for the 16GB model, which is $50 down from the regular price of $349.99.
In November 2013, Republic Wireless added the Moto X phone to its portfolio of Android smartphones. The model in stock was limited to standard, non customizable version, and 16GB memory option, which could be quite a bit of problem since the handset does not feature expandable memory card support. After six months it is about the time that the carrier should refresh its offer and it seems that today is the day. Republic Wireless just announced that they are now selling Motorola Moto X with 32GB memory and in addition to that it began offering the Moto Maker support.
If there weren’t enough options to customize your phone through the Moto Maker website, Motorola has announced College Collection which allows you to match colors with US most popular colleges and universities. The new collection adds nine back colors and three new accent colors to the existing palette accounting for a total of 43 hues to choose from. Moreover, Motorola is also offering clear Uncommon cases with school logos printed on them allowing students to custom design their Moto X.
If someone would decided to give a reward for the most discounted smartphone in history, Motorola with its Moto X would win the competition hands down. Since the phone was released in August last year, it was on sale so many times that we have lost count. Great deals on the phone were offered not only by the manufacturer itself, but also carriers and retailers. In fact, it seems that recently there is a never-ending promotion on the Moto X going on, since a new deal pops up as soon as the previous expires. At times, there are even two promotions available simultaneously. For example now, along with $70 discount on Moto X without a contract, now you can grab the Moto X for Verizon for just one penny via Moto Maker, which is almost free.
Remember that cool promotion we mentioned about at the end of the last month that allowed you to grab the unlocked Moto X with $70 discount? It supposed to be a Valentine’s gift from Motorola and lasts until February 14th. However, Valentine’s Day has come and gone but the deal is still live. In fact, as it was announced by company via Twitter that it will remain live until February 22nd, which means that until that day you will be able to buy the 16 GB model of the Moto X for a very attractive $329 without signing any contract.
Missed the previous chances to grab the Moto X at a price lower than usual and worried that the opportunity might be gone forever? We can assure you that it is not. It looks like Motorola is really determined to get its awesome flagship phone to as many customers as possible and announced another two great deals. The first one will let you have the off-contract Moto X for $100 off its regular price, while the second will knock $70 off the regular price.