Earlier this week the Moto Maker finally went live for T-Mobile, Sprint and Verizon customers, allowing subscribers of these networks to get their hands on a customized Moto X for just $99.99. Although the Moto X was already priced more than fairly, Motorola has further sweetened the deal for Verizon customers by offering the handset for just $49.99 with a new contract.
This promotion is available directly through the Moto Maker, or even from Verizon’s website. The only catch here is that the offer is limited, and ends on November 18th.
Most Android fans probably know exactly what the Moto X is all about at this point, but we’ll briefly run through the specs as a refresher. The Moto X is powered by Motorola’s X8 mobile computing system, accompanied by 2GB of RAM. The x8 system consists of a 1.7GHz dual-core Qualcomm CPU, an Adreno 320 GPU, a contextual computing core, and a natural language processing core.
The handset’s other specs include a 4.7-inch 720p AMOLED display,16/32GB storage, a 10.5MP Clear Pixel camera, a 2.1MP front cam, a 2,200 mAh battery and Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean.
The real magic for the Moto X is its customization options and special software features, which include touchless control and active display technology. Motorola’s flagship device proves that you don’t need to have bleeding edge specs to create a refined user experience.
For more ideas on what to expect from the Moto X, you’ll want to check out our full review.
Don’t like the idea of being locked into a contract but still looking for a low-cost near-stock Android device? You might want to hold out for the Moto G, which is expected to arrive to the United States in January with a price point of just $180 unlocked.
How about it, anyone planning on picking up a customized Verizon Moto X? If so, you might want to move quickly while this offer is still on the table!