Now that Moto X is official, consumers are waiting for a word from Motorola about its actual full price, that is, without the mentioned two-year contract.
The $199 price tag might be too much for some, especially for those who are tight in budget. Thankfully, Motorola MobilityCEO, Dennis Woodside, confirmed to CNET today that a cheaper Moto X is coming.
Apparently the Moto X is just the first of many devices under the Moto X series, kinda like Samsung's Galaxy series and LG's Optimus series. Woodside says that the cheaper model will be geared towards international markets where customers don't buy subsidized devices.
However, the CEO did not disclose how much will be the actual price of the cheaper model nor did he reveal the details of the phone's features. "Moto X is the brand that we are most focused on. And there is more to come. You will see additional products within months, " adds Woodside.
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