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Moto X Limited editions designed by Jonathan Adler now available for pre-order
Those hoping for a bit more style for the Moto X Style will be pleased to know that the limited Moto X Pure Edition models with designs by Jonathan Adler are now available for pre-order at Motorola’s website. As of this piece, the phones are all listed as back-ordered with a delivery date of December 15th.
The three models can be seen here:
Each costs $479.99 before tax and any shipping charges that are applicable.
The devices all have a specific theme to them, with the left-most being a honeycomb pattern, the center one being a dot design, and the right-most described as “Bridget style”. These designs appear to be fixed products, that is to say, customers are not able to modify the parts in Moto Maker. This might come as a bit of a disappointment to some customers who had perhaps assumed the back covers would simply be another option in Moto Maker.
Unfortunately Motorola’s website does not provide specific specs for these devices, however an earlier report indicated they would include 32GB of on-board storage. Also as only the back side of the products are visible, we will assume, based on the silver frame, that each makes use of a white front. As listed in Moto Maker, both the silver and champagne gold frames are only available for the white front models.
For those in need of a spec-recap, please consult the following table, noting that the “Colors” section does not apply to these particular products:
Quad HD resolution, 515 ppi
|Processor||1.8 GHz hexa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor|
Adreno 418 GPU
expandable via microSD up to 128 GB
|Camera||21 MP rear camera with dual LED flash|
5 MP front-facing camera with wide angle lens and front-facing flash
Universal LTE bands
|Software||Android 5.1.1 Lollipop|
Coated Silicon Rubber
Horween leather and natural wood
What do you think? Are these darling devices worth waiting for, or are you eager to get moving in Moto Maker and design something different? Let us know in the comments section below!
Pre-order the Moto X Pure Limited Editions here: