If you haven’t yet made room in your pocket for the Moto X (2014), you might soon enough. The device was initially offered in 16GB and 32GB options, but a late addition has seen Motorola introduce a 64GB iteration of the device.

This is the GSM Pure Edition Moto X, too, which is about the only way a device should be experienced in this day and age; no bloat, quick updates, and all yours.

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Moto X 64GB

You won’t find the 64GB Moto X (2014) any other way, and that rarity certainly comes at a cost. The newesttier is going for $599, which isn’t cheap, but you get one heck of a
phone. If you decide to add on a leather or wood back, the price jumps up to $624.99; believe me when I say wood is the way to go.

The Moto X Pure Edition has already received Android 5.0 Lollipop, and that’s as good a reason as any to get
acquainted with Motorola’s device. Not only is the design terrific, but Motorola is always quick to roll out software updates, which means the Moto X Pure Edition is about the
closest thing you’ll get to the Nexus 6.

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You know, just cheaper and not as hulking. If you have some spare holiday money sitting around, this isn’t a bad way to spend it.

Source: Motorola