AT&T Moto X Now Costs $99 Through Moto Maker

AT&T Moto X Now Costs $99 Through Moto Maker

Earlier this month we reported that Best Buy had slashed the prices of Moto X on contract, merely after a month of it being launched. The Moto X is the first flagship smartphone that Motorola has produced as a Google company. It has decent specifications and has been a welcome addition in this year’s Android lineup. It was actually rumored back in September that prices of this smartphone will be dropped to $100 on contract, and we’ve seen that happen. Though now the Moto X is available for just $99 on contract through Moto Maker, the first time the price has dropped for the customizable variant.

That’s $99 on contract for the 16GB Moto X, 32GB one costs $149. Since Moto Maker is exclusive to AT&T right now, the two year contract can only be with AT&T if you want to customize your Moto X. Though it has already been said that Moto Maker will be opened up for other carriers. Rumor has it that Verizon customers may finally get Moto Maker on November 11th. If they do, then not only will they be able to pick up the device for $99, they’ll also be able to use over 2,000 customization options that Moto Maker offers to add their own unique touch to their Moto X smartphone.

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    Verizon Moto X Camera Update Released

    Verizon Moto X Camera Update Released

    We reported last week that the Moto X camera update might come to Verizon branded units soon. The camera update was first rolled out to T-Mobile subscribers, the update basically improved Moto X’s camera performance. Other carriers were scheduled to get this update as well, and they did, Sprint, AT&T and U.S. Cellular all got it. Verizon subscribers can now rejoice, as the Moto X camera update has now been rolled out for them as well.

    Keep in mind that this update is primarily focused around camera improvements, it doesn’t bump up the core Android OS version from 4.2 to 4.3. Camera related improvements include enhanced low light performance, swift switching between gallery and camera as well as improved focus times. Viewfinder has been improved for consistent exposure and HDR or High Dynamic Range has been fine tuned as well. A number of bug fixes and system performance improvements make their way into the update as well. Call quality has been improved, and so is touchless control accuracy. The usual slew of bug fixes can also be found onboard. Data stability and stall has been improved for both 3G and 4G connections. The update is rolling out over-the-air, so if you haven’t already received the notification by now, perhaps its time to try checking manually for an update through the settings application.

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