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Moto X goes on sale on Sprint tomorrow for $199.99 with contract

Moto XSprint has announced that it will start selling Moto X on its network starting September 6. The smartphone has been priced at $199.99 with the usual two-year contract.

The telecom operator has also revealed that new customers who switch their phone number to Sprint from another carrier will receive an additional $100 instant credit, reducing the price of Moto X to $99.99 with contract. This promotion is valid for a limited time.

“Moto X is the first smartphone that can respond to your specific needs with features like Touchless Control, Active Display and Quick Capture,” said David Owens, Vice president-Product Development, Sprint. “We expect customers to quickly become hooked on Touchless Control because of its ease and convenience for everyday tasks like locating the nearest gas station, ordering a pizza or searching the Web for sports updates.

To remind you, Moto X runs on Android 4.2.2 and is powered by Motorola’s custom designed X8 mobile computing platform, which integrates dual-core 1.7GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon CPU, four GPU cores, one natural language processor core and one contextual computing core.

One thought on “Moto X goes on sale on Sprint tomorrow for $199.99 with contract

  1. I’ll wait until MotoMaker goes live for all carriers but will all those problems Motorola is having just fulfilling the AT&T orders…who knows when that will be.

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