While Motorola Moto X handset might not be the most powerful Android handset in the market at the moment, it does come with some pretty unique features that makes it an interesting handset to use. Our review found the device to be a pretty decent phone, despite its apparent “disadvantages” due to its lower hardware specs. In any case it seems that perhaps hardware does matter, at least as far as the number games are concerned because according to a report from The Wall Street Journal, it seems that the sales of the Moto X have been pretty disappointing.
As you might have noticed, the Moto X has seen a price cut across carriers, which is good news given that the handset was priced surprisingly high given its specs. As it turns out, the price cut was because of the handset not doing well, and the price cut was meant to attract more users to the device. Will this price cut strategy work? We guess we will have to wait and see, but what do you guys think? Was the original price of the Moto X and the lack of customizability across all carriers one of the reasons you might have held back on its purchase? And now that it is priced less, would you be interested in picking one up for yourself?
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