Moto X (2nd Gen) is just $199.99 today only

02 November, 2015
For whatever reason, Amazon has started celebrating Black Friday today. And this will go on for around seven weeks, believe it or not, with different deals each day. The best offer of today is that for the Moto X (2nd Gen).

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  • MrAOK
  • sa%
  • 12 Nov 2015

Best Buy has it for $99 in Black Friday ad

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    • SupraMK4
    • LE{
    • 11 Nov 2015

    Cant wait to recive mine, it was a great idea to make the offer this early other wise the shipping ET woud be crazy. I order it on saturday last week and it supouse to arrive bettween tomorrow and the 17th cant wait anymore.

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      • AnonD-462275
      • Nu7
      • 03 Nov 2015

      Cool deal. I got nothing but love for Motorola

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        • AnonD-146024
        • Y}}
        • 03 Nov 2015

        Looks like Moto is clearing the stocks of X 2nd gen after launch of Xplay & XStyle. X 2 was on such offer twice in India in last couple of weeksz

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          • AnonD-56066
          • YPe
          • 03 Nov 2015

          It is a great deal for the price! :D

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            • AnonD-444585
            • KsP
            • 03 Nov 2015

            Is the 16 GB internal storage version and has no SD card slot, all makes sense now.

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              • Numbilical Foose
              • Rca
              • 03 Nov 2015

              Umbilical Noose, 02 Nov 2015That battery life just kills the deal.Quick charge saves the deal :)

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                • alyaasif123
                • IWS
                • 03 Nov 2015

                the battery life is the only reason that holding me from buying this phone

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                  • rails
                  • Rn$
                  • 02 Nov 2015

                  Umbilical Noose, 02 Nov 2015That battery life just kills the deal.It doesn't have bad battery life, I had it and more over it support fast charging too.

                    That battery life just kills the deal.