Motorola launched a very interesting Try Then Buy campaign for the Moto X two days ago. You can fully customize a Moto X of your liking, deposit just a penny and try it at home for two weeks. If you like it, then you can keep it and Motorola will charge your card after the trial period is over. Otherwise you can return it back to Motorola and pay nothing.
As of today the Moto Maker website is also offering a 64GB flavor of the Moto X. It costs $50 more than the 32GB model and a good $100 over the default 16GB one. You can have it on Try Then Buy for $0.01 too.
It seems Motorola is emptying its Moto X stock in preparation for the arrival of the upcoming Moto X+1. The new device has been teased numerous times before and is expected to be from the flagship kind. Motorola will try to keep its pure Android policy, but we are yet to see if Lenovo, Motorola’s new owner, wants the same or not.