Last week, we had heard that the Verizon Moto X was dropped down to $0.01 on contract through Amazon. Now the Sprint and AT&T versions have also dropped to $0.01 through Amazon. However, to get the device from Amazon, you won't be able to use MotoMaker, which might be a deal breaker for some. Especially since it's included in the price, even if you have to pay a bit more through the carriers or Motorola's website.
The Moto X is the only phone outside of the Nexus family that has Android 4.4 - KitKat already. Now, mind you, the Sprint one still doesn't have the update, but I'd expect it to start getting the update very shortly. Especially since the Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile/Unlocked Moto X's already have the update.
Remember that the Moto X is the device that's proven to us that specs aren't all that matters in a smartphone now. But that the user experience is what matters. Many of us in the tech industry love the Moto X. Not just because it's a Google/Motorola phone, but for it's features, and build quality. It may look like a small phone, but it really isn't. The bezels are just incredibly small. It also has Active Display, and Touchless Control which are two of my favorite features on the Moto X. In fact, if it weren't for the Moto X being $500 on T-Mobile, I'd have the Moto X instead of the Nexus 5. I loved that device while I was reviewing it a few months ago.
Sure the Moto X is a sort of older device, but it's still a pretty good device. It's still the phone that I recommend to most people. Mostly because it's stock Android. Now we've got links down below for you to purchase the Moto X, so feel free to do so. And be sure to let us know what you think about the Moto X.