After the iPhone 6 and Google Nexus 6, the Moto X+1 has been arguably one of the most frequent subjects in tech news as of recent. The device makes a return with fresh details, as it seems we have a price tag to associate with the device. According to the recent reports, the Moto X+1 will cost $249 if it is acquired through AT&T. The price is apparently available only for the 32 GB version, and the 64 GB will presumably be a littler pricier. So far, the device benefits from only two announced versions in terms of internal storage, namely 32 and 64 GB. Nothing about a 16 GB versions yet. A 2-year contract with AT&T will presumably bring customers the possibility of acquiring their very own Moto X+1 unit for just $199.
Reportedly, the rights to the device will be exclusively acquired by AT&T once again. About that 16 GB version, it is claimed by Phone Arena that the 16 GB version might make a market debut later this year, and it will be packaged as a mid-range budget phone, with a budget-friendly price.
Black and white versions of the Moto X+1 will apparently be offered by Verizon on the 17th of September, while reports place the release of the AT&T version on 28 September.
Motorola usually lets its customers design their own phone models, in terms of back panel texture or things of that nature. An impressive collection is available this year, featuring wood, leather and even denim. The custom designed phone will be handled through Motorola’s Moto Maker service. The Motorola unit based in Texas is closing down, therefore customers will receive the devices from Mexico, and, according to some sources, it might take as long as 14 days before it actually reaches the customer.
The Motorola Moto X+1 promises to be one of the most attractive devices of the year, as with this device, Motorola managed to combine the power of good specifications with a very classy design, also allowing customers to adjust the device’s appearance to their liking. With back panel covers such as wood, leather or denim available in its catalogue, the Moto X+1 makes it pretty hard for us to not like it. On top of what it can offer, we must say that there are great chances that it might offer its model to the newest member in the Nexus family by Google. This means that while designing and manufacturing the Google Nexus 6 or Nexus X, Motorola most likely used the Moto X+1 as the base model.