Motorola has finally bought the highly anticipated Motorola Moto X to India today. The phone would remain a Flipkart exclusive for now just like its younger brother the Moto G. Moto X has been a US exclusive for over six months now and finally is starting to spread its wings worldwide with recent launches in Australia and now in India.
Although the device has very modest specifications, it is the performance of the device that has made the Moto X a firm favourite in the tech following crowd. Add in useful features such as Quick Camera Launch, Always Listening for a quick interaction with your phone and Active Display to show the notifications of the phone and you have really interesting device.
The device is available for Rs. 23,999 and only in Black and White Colors to start off with with Cherry, Turquoise and Royal Blue coming later. Unlike the US, there is no Moto Maker for India though there are more colour combinations that are expected to come in the near future. There is also an option to pick the wooden version of the device for Rs. 25,999 but for the time being you can only pre-order them. For the time being, you can only order 1 device per account on Flipkart given limited number of stocks.
We must admit that the price of the Moto X is extremely intriguing and perhaps the device would be the perfect fit in the void of midrange Android devices. Flipkart ha also promised a cash back for 10 lucky customers as well as option to pick the device on a six month EMI scheme with Rs. 1000 cash back. If this was not enough, there are Moto X official covers that are available at great mouthwatering discounts too.
The Moto X would be available in single SIM variant and only 16 GB internal storage space which will also be home for Android 4.4 Kitkat. Apart from that, Moto X is powered by a Dual Core Snapdragon S4 processor. There is 2 GB RAM on board to keep things moving along. The Moto X has a 4.7 inch display with 720 P resolution. There is a 10 MP rear Camera on board to help you snap pictures. It is also interesting to note, that Moto X just like the iPhone 5s and 5c use a Nano sim and not a micro sim, so if you a re planning to pick one of these up, you would want to get ready with a nano sim cuter.
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