Following some confusion regarding a fake Facebook account, Motorola has indicated that the Moto X will indeed be receiving the Android L update.
Fueled by Moto G sales this year in India, Motorola has overtaken Nokia as fourth largest handset manufacturer. Offer limited time price cut for the Moto G.
For a limited time, Motorola is offering $100 off on the 16GB Moto X, or $125 off on the 32 and 64GB variants.
Just in time for Father’s Day, you’ll find several handsets on sale over at Ebay, including the Moto X for $274, the Galaxy S4 for $349, and more. There’s also the Nexus 7 2013 tablet for just $190.
While variants of the Moto X got first in queue for Android 4.4.3 earlier this week, the Moto G isn’t left behind. An incremental over the air update is heading towards US GSM versions of the phone.
Motorola has announced plans for a “try before you buy” promotion, which will take place June 8th. Additionally, they have now unveiled a new 64GB storage option.
Motorola is running a two day flash sale on the Moto X. Shaving $100 from the regular price, the 32 GB model starts at $349 off contract. The sale starts at EST 12:00am June 4, and runs for 48 hours on the Motorola website.
Today Motorola announced that it would be closing the Fort Worth factory by the end of the year, due to weak sales of the Moto X, associated with high costs.
Today only, Motorola is selling the Moto X starting from $299 unlocked. That’s the price for the 16GB model, while the 32GB model and the Developer Edition will set you back $324.
On May 1st Motorola will be selling the 16GB Moto X for $299.99. However, the promotion will last for just 24 hours.