moto-x-2014-review-7It seems as though the Motorola Moto X is well on its way to Republic Wireless, where you can opt to pick it up for $359 a pop – as part of Motorola’s Cyber Monday promotion, of course, making it a whole lot more affordable, relatively speaking, as opposed to the $499 price tag attached to it. Republic Wireless did mention that they would sell the Motorola Moto X from December 10th onward for $399 a pop – sans the need for any contract, since Republic Wireless themselves do not offer long-term contracts in the first place.

This is a cool $100 more affordable than the regular price, and one ought to wait a few more days actually if you do not mind picking up this particular handset from Republic Wireless. There are a few monthly plan options to choose from, where among them include a $40 one with unlimited calls, text, and data over Wi-Fi and 4G (via Sprint’s network, of course).

Just to refresh your memory, the Moto X here is the second generation model, where it does come with its fair share of improvements over its predecessor, including a metal frame located around its edges, a 5.2-inch 1080p display, a 13MP shooter at the back with dual LED flash, and a quad-core 2.5 GHz Snapdragon 801 processor.

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