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Moto X now permanently priced at $399 without contract

01
Jan
2014

After initially launching in August at $579, Motorolas well-received Moto X is getting a permanent price drop to $399 on any carrier without a new contract. Thats slightly higher than the $349 deals that Motorola intermittently offered (with some difficulty) in the run-up to the holidays, but its still a great deal considering that the Moto X is almost universally regarded as one of the best Android smartphones currently available. The new pricing puts the Moto X in more direct, permanent competition against Googles other flagship smartphone — LGs Nexus 5, which runs $349 to $399 unlocked, depending on internal storage space.

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