The College logo isn’t actually part of the phone itself; it’s emblazoned on the case. I really hope the next Moto X experiences similar price cuts in it’s lifespan. Getting hard to resist these prices, not convinced an upgrade from my Nexus 4 to the Moto X is worth it under a college student’s financial status but it’s pretty tempting.
I really hope Lenovo keeps Moto’s trajectory. I would like to see a bigger screen. 5″ max. 1080 at least. A quality FHD screen at least. A much better camera. Most of all I hope to see it for a reasonable price.
Source: Motorola Twitter Via: Engadget
Luckily, this is supposed to be just a prototype, so we can still fantasize about a good-looking smartwatch eventually debuting.
The US Cellular Moto G is now on sale for just $99. The Moto G, in addition to the Nexus 4, Nexus 5, and even the Moto X now since it sells under $400 are all amazing devices for the price. It’s just a shame people haven’t bought them more, especially the off contract versions.
The Moto X has a few cool software additions, like the active notifications screen or whatever it’s called. I do think the Moto X is a bit overpriced, and the Nexus 5, for $350, is totally the way to go if you’re on a GSM carrier. BTW, the Moto X comes with enough performance and battery life that leaves little to be desired.
The Moto G Google Play edition is now on sale for $180 (8GB) or $200 (16GB). Funny how Motorola can charge only $20 for 8GB but 16GB elsewhere cost $100. Moto is doing good and i hope they keep it up but let’s not make up stuff now.