Who’s up for another hyper-lucrative deal on Motorola’s top dog, the Moto X? Already bought it for $50 with Verizon pacts on that other promo, you say? The Sprint variant is now in the spotlight, being discounted by [easyazon-link asin=”B00EKT6JD4″ locale=”us”]Amazon to a nice round $0.01[/easyazon-link].
That’s right, a single penny can get you a 4.7-inch Android with 720p resolution, custom-made dual-core 1.7 GHz CPU, 2 GB RAM and imminent 4.4 KitKat update, but the catch is you’ll need to be a first-time customer of America’s number-three wireless service provider. Otherwise, the price goes booming up to 50 bucks. With customary 24-month contracts, of course.
There’s also another string attached to the special offer, namely that you’ll have to settle for a “bland” [easyazon-link asin=”B00E92AV2W” locale=”us”]Moto X[/easyazon-link] version in either woven black or woven white, as Amazon doesn’t allow customization through Moto Maker.
Hmm, so is it still worth it? Hells yeah, if you’re not an ardent fashionista screaming for attention with every breath and cuckoo eccentric enough to go for a pink-on-green handheld or anything like that.
Plus, even if Sprint is not your carrier of choice, the Moto X can be had on the cheap through Amazon, at [easyazon-link asin=”B00EP2BYHW” locale=”us”]$50 with Verizon[/easyazon-link] and [easyazon-link asin=”B00EKXGIKE” locale=”us”]AT&T contracts[/easyazon-link] for both new and upgrading users. Again, remember, with no customization possible.
Via [Android Spin]