prashant, 27 Oct 2013this phone is not bad...so I thought that i use this phone ........Try to make more sense..... Next time......
It's $150 here in Canada with a $45 min monthly plan.
Motorola, wake up!! what is this price all about? just because it's made in US? check your competition.. you should make a nice phone and sell it at a good price. I thought you wanna be there, in the front lines.. you just made a mediocre gadget and you are selling like best of the breed .. come on.. be serious..
3 of us wanted to buy a Moto X but didn't. too bad, is a nice phone. They made it impossible to buy there custom one outside USA or without signing with one of their listed telcos.
this phone need to be max. 300$ with free-sim, beacuse now everyone like phone with Snapdragon 800 chip, and more phones with this chip have great price 450$! Motorola dont worry be happy :P
With nexus 4 still around with half the price ? No thanks.
Beside nexus 5 is almost here :)
Anonymous, 25 Oct 2013paranoid i think they call of invasion of privacy, i have nothing to hide. but it still should not be allowed
Ok,if it was Nokia cutting prices there would be lots of hullabaloo about it not selling.
Android Man, 25 Oct 2013well $99, so the NSA can snoop on you. its the google spy phone. what's the point.paranoid
eken, 25 Oct 2013Annnnd since you're stuck with 16GB non-expandable storage unless you go with AT&T (32GB, ... moregoogle using long term tactic to make user buy their phone every year to make the profit.. stuck with 16/32gb just their strategy.. so for gadget lover every year they will buy it, no matter what.. for me they look very idiot.. if you already had a phone/tablet. why need the new phone/table. keep wasting money?? puih..
I don't understand how can Motorola produce a phone this cheap in the America and the iPhone produce overseas is so expensive?
well $99, so the NSA can snoop on you. its the google spy phone. what's the point.
Annnnd since you're stuck with 16GB non-expandable storage unless you go with AT&T (32GB, still no microSD), no interest at all.
Wonder why Google's mobiles are not profitable... maybe it's because they're using this stupid tactic of tiered pricing for 'premium' amounts of storage. Apple did this over a decade ago with their iPods, then their iPhones... It's 2013, Google. It's not that hard to put enough space on these super-advanced computer phones. Stop treating consumers like they're idiots. Accessing cloud storage drains the battery faster, and all the cloud storage in the world means nothing if you're on a subway, a plane, a basement floor, etc.
Hey GSMArena... I'd love to see a feature story titled "The War on Smartphone Storage" where you investigate the business politics behind why manufacturers keep using these asinine limited storage models with their otherwise state-of-the-art specced phones.