Quick heads up: Best Buy is now selling the Moto X Pure Edition. You can order some online for shipment, or even head into a store for free in-store pickup. The company has the White, Black and Bamboo versions listed in varying storage options starting at $399.99.
Before you rush to checkout, it’s worth inputting your zipcode to make sure your local store has one. Some areas may have different variants, too, so be sure to check them all. And some areas may not have any at all yet, but this is surely a sign that they’re on their way.
Don’t forget that the Moto X Pure Edition is fully unlocked and available for use on most GSM and CDMA carriers, including full support for all carriers’ 4G LTE networks. Verizon users should be warned that they may come across some issues getting their devices activated as the carrier’s IMEI database wasn’t ready for the launch, but they’ve already come out to say that the issue is being looked into and will be cleared up soon.
Be sure to check out our Moto X Style / Pure Edition hands-on, and stay on the lookout for our Moto X Pure Edition review if you need a bit more convincing than that.