Moto X Pure Edition Gets Price Drop to $349

The Moto X Pure Edition has been out for a good 6+ months now. Which means it's time to start seeing some price drops of the device, and see leaks of the successor. Which we should see this summer. The new Moto X will be the first phone from Motorola since the reorganization under Lenovo. We haven't seen much about the new Moto X just yet, but we have seen plenty on the new Moto G and Moto G4 Plus. But these devices aren't official yet, and the Moto X Pure Edition is.

Last year when the Moto X Pure Edition was released by Motorola, it was one of our favorite smartphones for a few reasons. One was due to the pretty large battery, which led to some great battery life. But also the customization, which we had been seeing coming from Motorola in the past few years. Motorola included leather and wood options, to really make the Moto X Pure Edition your own. But perhaps more important or cooler, than that is the fact that the Moto X Pure Edition was able to work on all four of theUS carrier networks. Which allows Motorola to sell it unlocked and without the carriers involvement - which also meant that the device would get updates faster and have less bloat. Thanks to the carriers being left out of the picture. And priced at $499, it was a great price for the Moto X Pure Edition.

Now, the Moto X Pure Edition has been out for a good little while now, and Motorola has decided to give it a price drop. The price is now $349 over on the Motorola website. While we've seen that price at other places like Amazon, eBay, and B&H Photo, what makes this special is that there's Moto Maker support. So for $349 you can still go ahead and customize your Moto X Pure Edition to your hearts content and get a pretty great price on it. If you're interested in picking up the Moto X Pure Edition, be sure to hit up the links down below. It's down to a pretty great price right now, and would definitely recommend picking one up.

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