The Moto X has seen plenty of price cuts lately, which we all knew would happen. Along with MotoMaker opening up to all carriers now. Amazon has gone ahead and cut the price on the Moto X as well. The Sprint variant is now on sale for $0.01 with a new 2-year contract, while the full price still sits at $599. As for the Verizon and AT&T versions, those are $49.99 on a new 2-year contract. We reported earlier that Verizon had cut the price of their Moto X to $49.99 on contract as well. So what's the difference? Well if you buy the Moto X from Verizon, you can customize it through Moto Maker. If you buy it from Amazon, you get to choose between black and white. That's about it.
As far as the specs of the Moto X go, it's sporting a 4.7-inch 720p AMOLED display, 2GB of RAM, Snapdragon S4 Pro dual-core processor, 16GB or 32GB of internal storage, no microSD card slot, 2200mAh battery and Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. Although Motorola has said they will update the Moto X to KitKat very soon, so hopefully that's before Christmas, but I wouldn't hold my breath. The Moto X doesn't have the best specs, but where the Moto X shines is in the experience. It's so very smooth, and it also has a couple of features that I absolutely love. That's the touchless control and active display. Active display will show your notifications on your display instead of using a notification LED. Which is pretty damn awesome. Then Touchless Control allows you to say "Okay Google Now" and have your phone do a number of tasks. From playing music, to setting an alarm and a ton of other things.
So if you're interested in picking up a Moto X, we've got links down below for you.