13:37 19th Mar, 2014
Last Year's Moto X Finally Arrives In India
Priced at Rs 24,000, the phone is only available via Flipkart.
The long-awaited bigger brother of the Moto G is has finally reached the Indian shores. You can now purchase one from online retailer Flipkart. Yes, the phone will, just like the Moto G be sold on Flipkart only.
The Moto X which is available in a variety of colours—black, white, turquoise, royal blue and red. There are also two options with completely different textures on the back. One comes with a teak wooden back while the second option comes with a walnut wood finish.
The price range as you would already suspect varies, with the standard coloured devices available for Rs 24,000 while the wooden models available for Rs 26,000. Talking about wooden back panels, we wonder how far the 1 year warranty will take you in case they happen to crack or break on impact.
More importantly, where are those service centres if they happen to get spoilt?
Moto X Specifications:
- Moto X Respond to Voice
- NFC Support
- 4.7-inch AMOLED Touchscreen with Active Display
- Touchless Control: OK Google Now
- 2 Years 50 GB Free Storage Google Drive
- 16 GB Internal Memory
- Android v4.4 (KitKat) OS
- 1.7 GHz Dual Core Krait CPU
- 10 MP Quick Capture Gesture Primary Camera
- Miracast Wireless Display
- Water-repellent Coating
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