Still need a phone? This Moto 4G LTE is not only $500 off, but it's also out of stock at Amazon, making it a pretty good deal with Cash Back and Free Shipping - just so long as you read the fine print about a two year contract requirement.
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PinwiZ said: WTF? This isn't a deal. It's the normal price w/ 2-year conract. I freely admit I don't know much about cell phone, but since I thought it was out-of-stock and Amazon and couldn't find it for $199 anywhere else, I thought it might be a good deal.
Until you have used one don't knock the X8 , My Droid Maxx is the fastest, smoothest working phone I have ever had and I go through as many phones as most reviewers always looking for something new to play with.
longshot94 said: Until you have used one don't knock the X8 , My Droid Maxx is the fastest, smoothest working phone I have ever had and I go through as many phones as most reviewers always looking for something new to play with. I have used one. I guess I should clarify I dont think its a bad phone.
but the whole hocus pocus 8 chip nonsense is bs
its basically a dual-core snapdragon 400 with some other cores on a SOC (system on a chip)
The one thing the phone REALLY shines at is AMazing battery life.
one of the cores acts as a low power core so the main cores can deep sleep when the phone is idling.
I guess my other post came off as pissy. I'm just hating on the marketing and price.. not the phone.
Other phones have quad core chips that are over 100% faster. the new phones about to drop have snapdragon 600's which are quad cores and about 40-50% faster than s4 quad cores
so for example a new galaxy note 3 has a quadcore 2.3ghz processor and 3gb of ram
it will also be 199$ to 299$
and you would be getting a WHOLE LOT MORE for your $$$
so while this moto X is actually exciting. And I would own one.. it should be a free after contract phone or 99$ at most.
the samsung S4 and htc one are both much faster phones at this price point.
This is motorola putting out a hyundai and pricing it like a BMW.
nintendonly said: How is a mistake like this done by a mod? I came here thinking this was a no-contract pricing. I'm sorry for your disappointment, but I mentioned the two year agreement in the body of the post twice. I will be sure to post it in the title from now on (and I will also be sure not to post this model again for this price on Best Deals)
nintendonly said: pdiggity said: And once again may we refer the OP to the Nexus 4 , easily equivalent in hardware specs, for $199 with no contract. Where can I get a Nexus 4 for $200 without contract? out of stock now.
BrooksM said: ZombieHunter said: BrooksM said: Green for OP. Just a little love in a world of haters. Red just because that's the world we live in.... Right back at 'cha! I feel loved I'd red myself if I could
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