Motorola dropped the price of its flagship Moto X smartphones from $199 to $99 for US carriers including AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon and US Cellular and you must order the phone via Moto Maker website with 2 years contract.
Although Moto X is available for $99 to all carriers, only AT&T subscribers can buy the device with their own customization via the website. Verizon to get the customization option in this year, but not yet revealed. If you have already bought the device, you can also apply for the $100 rebate as a Motorola Visa Prepaid card, carrier credit, Verizon Wireless gift card or other equivalent ways.
Motorola showcased the Moto X on August and released to the market in the same month with initial price tag of $199 (with contract). The smartphone with Android 4.2.2 boasts a 4.7-inch display of 1280 x 720 pixel resolutions with impressive 316 ppi density. Regarding the processing part, it contains a new kind of system, Motorola X8 mobile computing system, which has Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro chipset with 1.7GHz clock speed, Motorola’s natural language processor and another processor by the company to handle all the sensors.
The company proudly says everywhere that the Moto X is completely built and assembled in U.S.A and the assembling factory is in Fort Worth, Texas, which makes the shipping of the device even faster.