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Moto X all launch day offers Announced, Include 100 Percent Cashback for 10 customers

Update: 18-03014 Import data for Moto X suggest a sub 25,000 INR price tag. Flipkart has already imported 5,000 Units of Moto X in India

Moto X is expected to be official anytime soon now and Flipkart is unveiling one launch offer every day prior to its launch, which is expected on 19th March 2014. Today Flipkart has announced that it will give 10 lucky customers 100 percent cashback as part of Moto X launch day offer.


The Company also announced 70% discount on Moto X cases if you order one on the launch day and also you could buy one under EMI option with 1000 INR cashback to offset the interest and processing fee. Since the official Moto X page does not say “Watch this space for more launch day offers”, we can safely assume that these are all the launch day offers, detailed one each day and the launch date might indeed be tomorrow.

Moto X has already been launched in Australia for a price tag which translates to approximately 30,000 INR, that shatters our expectation for a price range closer to the 22k mark. It would be commendable if Motorola manages to restrict the price tag to around 25K INR.


The Moto X comes with 1.7 GHz dual Krait 300 core Snapdragon processor as part of its X8 computing system which also counts Adreno 320 GPU cores, Contextual core and Natural Language core. The phone promises a high end lag free performance with the seemingly midrange hardware and so far the claim seems to be true.

Other features include 720p super AMOLED Display, 2200 mAh battery, Android 4.4 KitKat, 2 MP front camera and a 10.5 MP rear shooter. For full hardware details and our experience with the device, you can read 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 To be Announced

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