Moto X 2014 Will Arrive At Verizon On September 26th For $100

As many of you already know, the Moto X is back and the handset has a new refreshed look with some newer hardware. Reportedly, the second-generation Moto X will soon go on sale at Verizon on Friday, September 26. The Moto X will go for $100 with a two-year service agreement. The information comes from Phandroid, which they have obtained an internal document from Verizon stating the pricing and launch date. In addition to the launch of the Moto X at Verizon, the wireless carrier will as well have a special promotion to go along with the handset.

Following the launch of the Moto X, Verizon plans on selling a White/Bamboo Moto X for a discounted price of $99 on a new contract. Usually it would be $25 extra for on the phone when getting a new contract through Verizon. The limited time sale will last until October 10th, so if you're interested then you better hurry. As for the rest of the Moto models, we will see the same pricing that we have seen on other carriers which is $99 for a 16GB black model with a two year agreement. If you want the 32GB model, it'll cost you $150. For Verizon Edge users, you can get a Moto X for just $25 and the white/bamboo model for $27.49. If you're wanting a 16GB/32GB Moto Maker model, it'll cost you the same as the white/bamboo model.

So exactly one week from today, the Moto X will be available to buy from Verizon. If this is your first time hearing about the phone, we'll throw down some specs to get you two acquainted. The Moto X 2014 is the second generation to the last model which carried the same name. The handset has a 5.2-inch 1,920 x 1,080 HD display with a 2.5GHz quad-core processor. Running along side the processor is 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage can be found. The device has a 13 megapixel camera with a dual LED ring flash. If these specs interest you and you are a Verizon user or are in search of a new carrier, than this Moto X may just be for you. You got a week to think about it, so in the meantime, drop your thoughts in the comments section below.

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