And the bidding war goes on. It was only three weeks back that Verizon slashed Moto X’s on-contract price to $140, soon after which US Cellular lowered the bar to $125. Sprint then undercut both carriers by dropping the X to $100, though the special offer was only valid for first-time customers of the network.
But fret not, as Amazon has decided to replicate Sprint’s deal and take it to the next level. Meaning the online retailer now sells the Moto X on America’s number three wireless provider for $99.99, price point valid for both new and existing customers looking for an upgrade.
Sweet deal? I’d say, albeit there’s one (small) downside. The “woven white” model is technically the only one up for grabs at the time of this writing, with the black variant listed as “temporarily out of stock”.
Remember, the Moto X can be had in an array of color schemes, including exotic pink and yellow or black and red combos, but only if you’re willing to sign up to an AT&T carrier agreement. As far as specs go, the 4.7-incher is short of being called a powerhouse, but not by much.
After all, it does sport a very nice 720p AMOLED display, packs a custom-made dual-core 1.7 GHz processor, 2 gigs of RAM and generous 2,200 mAh battery. Bottom line, it’s a steal at $100… if you don’t mind getting it in white.
<Source: Android Police>