Moto X vs

One of the U.S. mobile operators that will carry the Moto X revealed that it will launch the handset “this summer” and that buyers will get a Lifetime Unlimited Guarantee with their Moto X purchase.

From the looks of it, Sprint will only stock the 16GB version of the handset, as the carrier mentioned the device will cost $199.99 with new two-year contract. A 32GB model will also be available from other operators, priced at $299 with new contracts, according to Motorola.

Unlike AT&T’s Moto X, which will come with MotoMaker customizations, the Sprint Moto X will likely be available only in black and white. Verizon has confirmed that it will sell similarly customized Moto X units later this year.

In order for future Sprint Moto X buyers to get the Lifetime Unlimited Guarantee – which, as the name suggests, guarantees them access to unlimited talk, text and data Sprint plans for life – they’ll have to one of these two plans Unlimited, My Way ($80 per month) or My All-In Plan ($110 per month). Naturally, the focus here is on unlimited data.

Sprint has also published a Moto X sign-up page for potential buyers, so if you want to get the device check out the links in the Source field below.