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Moto X 16 GB launched in India for Rs. 23,999, will be available from 19th March 2014

Motorola has launched the much awaited Moto X in India for Rs. 23,999. Motorola will only launch 16 GB variant in India for now. For the wooden back cover option, you will have to shell out extra 2,000 INR. The pricing is not as aggressive as was in the case of the bestseller Moto G



The Moto X will be available in 5 color variants along with 2 wooden back cover options. The price tag is lower than expectations but will bear the brunt of dual core unit on paper. you will have to pre-order for wooden back and all color options except black and white. Flipkart will deliver the pre-orders in second week of April 2014. The phone is expected to provide high end experience with mid range specifications. Moto X will be exclusively retailed on Flipkart with some interesting launch day offers.


You can buy the phone using 6 month EMI option to get Rs. 1000 cashback to balance the processing fee and interest rate. Motorola is also offering 70 percent discount on Moto X cases that you buy along with the device on the launch day. 10 lucky winners will also get 100 percent cash back on their Moto X smartphone.

The Moto X comes with a 4.7 inch 720p Super AMOLED display powered by 1.7 GHz dual core Snapdragon processor as core part of its X8 computing system. The camera unit has a 10.5 MP BSI 2 OmniVision sensor and both, the front and rear cameras, are capable of full HD 1080p video recording.

The software is Android 4.4 Kitkat and the 2200 mAh battery will last 24 hours according to Motorola. The limited 16 GB internal storage can be a deal breaker for many. You can take a closer look at Moto X by reading Moto X Quick review and Moto X Hands on review.

Key Specs

Model Moto X
Display 4.7 Inch , HD
Processor 1.7 GHz Dual Core  (Krait 300 cores)
Internal Storage 16 GB/ 32 GB
OS Android 4.4
Camera 10 MP/ 2 MP
Battery 2200 mAh
Price Rs. 23,999, Rs. 25,999 for Wooden back cover

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