Moto X (2014) Lands On Republic Wireless Tomorrow With A One-Day Sale Price

A couple of weeks ago Republic Wireless announced that they would be bringing the Moto X (2014 edition) to their network. The release date for the device was December 10th. In case you haven't realised, that is tomorrow. So to recap, you can pick up the Moto X 2014 from Republic Wireless starting tomorrow. That is all well and good. However, today Republic Wireless have decided to sweeten the deal a little by launching the Moto X with a very special deal.

If you are interested in picking up the Motorola Moto X from Republic Wireless then tomorrow (and for tomorrow only), Republic Wireless are offering $50 off the price of the phone. This means the price for tomorrow will drop from their standard $399.99 down to $349.99. Republic Wireless have not exactly said when the sale will start and so there is no definitive start time. That said, the website does say that the sale will go live sometime in the morning, Pacific time. So, you will probably just have to keep an eye open if you plan to get hold of one. It is not clear if stock will be an issue, but you should be able to pick one up if you need to. It is the 16GB version and offered in black.

If you need a quick reminder on what the Moto X 2014 offers then here you go. The Moto X comes with a 5.2" FHD display with a 1920 x 1080 resolution (423 ppi). Inside, the device comes with 2GB RAM, 16GB internal storage and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 quad-core processor (clocking at 2.5GHz). In terms of cameras, the Moto X offers a 13MP rear shooter along with a 2MP front shooter. Additional notable features include a 2,300mAh battery along with all the Moto specific features like Moto Assist, Voice, Connect and so on. The device will probably come running on Android 4.4 (KitKat) out of the box although you can expect a quick Android 5.0 (Lollipop) update. So, how does the deal sound? Will you be picking one up tomorrow? Is $50 enough of a sweetener to give Republic Wireless a try? Is so, click the source link below and either way, let us know what you think

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