Best Buy is already taking Moto X pre-orders for some versions of the phone, although the retailer is not saying when the orders will be shipped.
Currently, Best Buy only lists the 16GB Moto X version only, which can be purchased for $199.99 with new two-year contracts from either Verizon, AT&T or Sprint. The handset is available in either black and white – so customizations won’t be available for the Moto X in this case.
The three carriers have not started taking Moto X pre-orders yet, but they have all announced that the device will be available soon.
U.S. Cellular is the first carrier in the region to have started taking pre-orders for the handset, and the mobile operator already has a couple of promotions going on for the Moto X – $75 discount for new subscribers and free Motorola headsets for pre-orders (while supply lasts).
Notably, the T-Mobile Moto X is missing in action at this point, with the carrier having confirmed that the T-Mobile-compatible Moto X version will be initially available only directly from Motorola.
The full price for the Moto X is listed as $699.99 by Best Buy.
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