Many love it and many hate it, but there is no doubt the Moto X will sell in good numbers. You may be waiting to get your hands on the T-Mobile Moto X, which makes today an exciting day (kind of). The device is now in Motorola’s site, but it is marked as “Out of Sotck”.
So, why is this good news? The Moto X came with an awesome launch. It will be available on every major carrier, as well as unlocked and in developer versions. But not everything about this launch is perfect – things are a bit confusing with T-Mobile’s launch of the device.
Motorola won’t stock the device in-store and T-Mobile claims it will only be available via Motorola’s site. This was contradicted by a leak that said the device would only be available from the Play Store. To be honest, I never believed the second option. The Play Store doesn’t offer phones on contract.
There is still no solid proof that T-Mobile’s plans will be offered through Motorola’s site, but chances of that being the case are much higher. For now, we know the device will be available for $599.99 off-contract. Is it worth the price? Would you buy the Moto X for T-Mobile if it happened to be only available off-contract?
Moto X specifications
- Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean
- 4.7-inch display (720p)
- 1.7 GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 Pro processor
- 2 GB of RAM
- 16/32 GB of internal storage
- 10 MP / 2.1 MP cameras
- 2200 mAh battery
The device is quite awesome and has some very unique features. You can check out our review to get all the details. And if you are interested in buying the T-Mobile Moto X, try not to totally destroy that refresh button!
Thanks for the tip, Carlos!
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