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Updated: Moto X On Sale For $329 Through Feb 22

Motorola's one hour $100 sale on the Moto X has ended. But you can still get $70 off the price of any non-contract Moto X now through Feb 22.

That makes the price of the 16 GB version $329.99 The 32 GB versions, including the Developer Edition are $379.99. Add $25 if you want the wooden back. Click here for details and to get started.

The Moto X is Motorola's flagship device. It runs Android 4.4 KitKat and has a dual core 1.7 Ghz Krait processor, 2 GB of RAM, 16 GB internal memory, 4.7" 720x1280px screen and a 10 MP camera. It features Active Display, which wakes up the phone's display to show notifications of things like missed calls, texts and upcoming calendar events when the phone is sleeping.

The Moto X GSM version supports all of AT&T and T-Mobile's 2G, 3G and LTE bands making it a great prepaid phone on AT&T, T-Mobile or any of their MVNOs.

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  1. Nice deal, but I'm very happy with my Moto G.

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  2. Moto X with LTE, nice screen, fast processor, active alerts on lock screen, great camera with shake to take, wood back, Google Now on lock screen is the only Android phone I would own. Got my codes!

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  3. Moto X order placed - teak, black, silver. 4 days to delivery. Thanks to this blog.

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    1. Beautiful MotoX arrived today. Works fast and smooth. Very satisfied.

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    2. This phone is fast. 11.75 down and 1.7 up on Ptel. 10.3 down and 2.3 up on 2nd tray. Unlocked phone comes with Tmobile SIM and fast.T-mobile.com APN, which works with Ptel too. I assume Ptel is using HSPA+.

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  4. Uses nano sims. Deal breaker here.

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  5. "Uses nano sims. Deal breaker here." -You've got to be joking! :D

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    1. No kidding! what premium gsm phone doesn't use them.

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    2. No, I'm not joking. Theres not many prepaid nano sims. Tmobile has the but their network sucks. AT&T MVNO?

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    3. Cut the sim!! and buy 1$ adapter if you will swap phones.

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  6. Decisions decisions, this or the Nexus !

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    1. Buy the orphan. Google is dumping the Nexus line.

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  7. you can actually cut your current SIM card down to nano size at home.

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  8. Upon casual review the Nexus might appear to be the better phone with its powerful Qualcomm 800 processor but the Moto X has an extremely well designed SOC that yields strong benchmarks as well as features not found in other phones that mane the phone far more useful than any other Android ever made.

    LG has a history of neglecting warranty claims. Motorola, conversely, has a reputation for providing excellent support. Even at full price the Moto X is the better phone.

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  9. HOFO ID Grateful4adviceJanuary 29, 2014 at 5:24 AM

    This stacks with the Jelly Bean trade in rebate

    www.mototradeup.com/?q=start

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  10. Google to sell Motorola to Lenovo for $2.91B. Darn! No more Texas smartphones.

    http://www.fiercewireless.com/story/report-lenovo-buy-googles-motorola-much-3b/2014-01-29?spMailingID=8195544&spUserID=NDQzNjYxNjcwNTAS1&spJobID=199445586&spReportId=MTk5NDQ1NTg2S0

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    1. If Lenovo does as good a job with maintaining Motorola quality and image as they have with ThinkPad I'll be happy.

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  11. So much for Made in USA. -R.I.P Motorola

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  12. There's my chance of getting Moto X Developer Edition, I guess I'll stay with my Nexus 5 until the new one or next Lenovo / Motorola phone.. But it does makes sense of why the discount for Moto X as of lately. Maybe they are trying to sell as much as possible before deal completes. Lets see what they have in store for consumers..

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  13. Lenovo X ???
    Lenovo G ???

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  14. Can the Moto X work on the Verizon network with Straight Talk?

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    1. No. But it will work with LTE on AT&T with their new SIM.

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