Motorola has made a resounding comeback to the world of personal tech with the Moto X and Moto G. Once regarded as the second most loved company after Nokia in the mobile space, Motorola is gradually transforming this excitement to sales volume. While the numbers are obviously not ceil-breaking great, but they are well on their way with the Moto G becoming their most sold device, recently. Moto X on the other hand is a different fish. It is a device that focuses on personalization and on performance rather than pure spec war or the feature fight.
Honing an almost stock UI, the Moto X is now available for as little as Rs 19,999 via the online channel partners Flipkart. The Moto X originally sells for Rs 23,999 but now you have an option of exchanging your old smartphone which may no longer be in the most pristine condition for the device. Flipkart is offering straight Rs 4,000 for your phone so it is a great opportunity to upgrade if you are getting a lower price than that in the open market.
The offer is valid on all the variants of Moto X and we personally tested by putting our old BlackBerry spare phone up for sale and it worked out just fine. To run down the specifications of the Moto X quickly.The phone weighs 130 g and comes with a 720 P 4.7 inch screen when measured diagonally. Only the 16 GB variant is available in India. Powering the device is a 2200 mAh battery which provides juice to the 1.7 GHz Dual Core Qualcomm MSM8960Pro Snapdragon chip. The Camera on the Moto X is a 10 MP unit.
However, with the Moto E on the cusp of launch in the next week, Motorola definitely is going all guns blazing taking on the industry giants and this interesting offer is another step in the right direction.