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Moto X Pure Edition almost sold out at Best Buy
Motorola’s Moto X Pure Edition landed at Best Buy a few days back and demand looks to have outstripped supply, with the retailer now listing most of the models as “sold out”. For those wanting the new handset, the choice has been between ordering through Motorola’s Moto Maker website or buying from Best Buy, which is selling 3 models of the handset in two storage options.
[related_videos title=”Motorola in video” align=”left” type=”custom” videos=”643164,641519,629713,629693″]On BestBuy.com the only version remaining in stock is the 16GB gunmetal/black variant, with the silver/white and silver/bamboo colour combinations showing as sold out. For all three of these colours, the 32GB versions are also listed as sold out and it looks like Motorola could be onto another smash hit smartphone here.
The Moto X Pure Edition offers the same specifications and design as the regular Moto X Style with one key difference; Pure Android. While Google has abandoned its short-run pilot on offering the latest smartphones with stock Android (i.e. clear of any preloaded apps or bloatware), there is still a demand for stock Android devices.
Other than Pure Android, the specs remain largely the same with a 5.7-inch Quad HD display, 21MP camera, water resistance and Moto Enhancements all making it on board. Under the hood, you’ve got a hexa-core Snapdragon 808 CPU, Adreno 418 GPU and 3GB RAM, while a microSD card expansion slot lets you expand whichever storage version you buy.
For more information, check out our full Moto X Pure Edition review. What do you think of the smartphone and have you bought one? Let us know your views down below guys.