In a surprising turn of events the Motorola Moto X 2nd Gen has got yet another price cut in India. This is the third such price cut since the launch of the device in India. Motorola recently had the last price cut for the exact same smartphone a week back. The price of the Moto X last week was Rs 26,999 for the 16GB version and Rs. 29,999 for the 32GB version. Now the price of the phone stand at Rs 24,999 for the 16GB variant and Rs. 27,999 for the 32GB version.
The Moto X 2nd Gen is a capable device and took on the likes of the Nexus 5 when it was launched in India. The device sports a 5.2 Inch Full HD AMOLED display making it comfortable to use and pocketable. It comes with a Snapdragon 801 Quad Core Processor which is clocked at 2.5GHz and has 2GB of RAM. The phone has front facing speakers which make help to enhance the audio experience for the user. The Moto X 2nd Gen has a beautiful design and comes with lots of options for the back of the phone. While color options are common it also has the option for a wood or bamboo back. Tough these back options have also got a price cut, it is still higher at Rs. 26,999 very close to the price of recently launched Gionee S7.
The Moto X 2nd Gen came with Android Kitkat with a stock like interface. The phone was a huge hit as it would function efficiently while providing the stock Android experience. It was amongst the first non Nexus devices to get the update to Android Lollipop (5.0). If you are convinced that the Moto X is a brilliant device there is more. Motorola has recently started the rollout of Lollipop 5.1 for the device. With the latest updates and the recent price drops make the Moto X a highly desirable phone. So if you have been on the fence about this phone, now would be the best time to go for it as we don’t see the price to drop any lower than this.
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