Motorola is just not stopping from penetrating deeper and deeper into the smartphone market after launching the Moto series of its smartphones. To get more customers, Motorola has finally announced the arrival of its Moto X with 64 GB memory.
Rumors related to the device’s 64 GB model had gained momentum in recent days, but the company had not said anything official about the arrival of the bigger iteration of the Moto X.
If you are one of those for whom the 16 GB and 32 GB memory was not enough, you can now try the amazing performer Moto X with 64 GB memory.
The device is going to be $100 costlier than the 16 GB international model and $50 that the 32 GB version.
Motorola is also starting a new “Try Then Buy” offer starting from Monday. The company is allowing its potential customers to customize an unlocked Moto X device via Moto Maker and then try it out for two weeks. Only a penny charge will be placed on the customer’s credit card, if the customer likes the device and wishes to keep it then the full amount will be charged. In case of return, the card will not be billed and Motorola will pay the return shipping.
However, if you wish to get your hands on a Moto X phone through this new and limited offer, you will have to hurry to reach Motorola’s official website as the offer is limited for June 9 (Monday).
The new 64GB Moto X will be heading to AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Republic Wireless, but its availability on Verizon has not been confirmed yet.