The Moto X Style is now up for preorder at a £399 price point (about $620) for the base model with 32 GB of storage and a plastic back.
As Android Police is reporting, the kernel source for the new Moto X Pure has now hit GitHub. The standard 42mm Moto 360, on the other hand, costs £269. We’re sure that there are some looking at this to find some sort of new method to root the new Moto X or those planning some sort of new custom ROM for the device. However, it’s always good to have further choice and the phone is now on sale at Best Buy.
The estimated delivery date for the pre-ordered Moto 360 units is September 28.
Whichever way you buy it, the Moto X Pure Edition is a pretty awesome smartphone, packing powerful specs and excellent software at a very fair price. This is the first Moto X phone from the company with a microSD card. Oddly enough, the 32GB model is sold out on BestBuy.com. You can now do just that at Best Buy stores.
The Moto X Pure Edition is Motorola’s latest flagship smartphone and the giant retailer now has the Moto X Pure 4G in stock in 16GB or 32GB internal storage options (both are expandable to 128GB via microSD). However, the successor has become a bit thicker, taller and wider, but the screen has kept its usual size of 5.5-inch and the Full HD resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels, which gives a pixel density of 401 ppi. This certainly means that the Moto X Play produces larger images than the Moto X (2nd Gen), but the image quality from both the smartphones is quite identical. It also has a 5.7-inch QHD resolution display, 3GB RAM a 21MP camera and a 3,000mAh battery.
Besides being waterproof, the Moto X Style contains impressive camera technologies like Phase Detect Auto-Focus, Tap (anywhere) to capture, 4X digital zoom, Burst mode, Panorama, Auto HDR, 1080p HD video, slow motion videos and night mode.
The Motorola X Pure Edition was supposed to change all that, since it’s unlocked, universal, and is supposedly certified to work on all four carriers. Many initially feared this was Verizon up to one of their tactics, but that wasn’t the case at all: they simply didn’t have the device IMEI numbers ready in their database.