Deal: Save on the Nexus 6 and Moto X until tomorrow

nexus6rearsmall

Since reinventing itself with the launch of the first generation Moto X a couple of years ago, Motorola has become one of the favorite Android OEMs among tech aficionados. It offers hardware customizability like none other, and sells possibly the best Nexus device we’ve seen since the original Nexus One. And – until tomorrow, June 23rd – you can save on some of the company’s best products.

Until 10:59am Central Time tomorrow, you can grab a 32GB Nexus 6 unlocked and contract free for $499.99, or the 64GB model for $549. That’s a saving of $150 on the most powerful stock Android smartphone around.

As for the Moto X, you can claim back $50 via rebate once you’ve owned the device for 30 days. What’s more, the device starts at just $299 instead of $499 no-contract.

Both devices are compatible with T-Mobile and – in my mind – are two of the best Android phones available right now. But then, you know I’m a sucker for pure Android and an ergonomically designed chassis. Head on over to Motorola.com to take advantage.

Let us know if you’re going to take Motorola up on its awesome discounts. Or if you still don’t think it’s worth it.

Tags: , , , ,

  • TheVorlon

    “Until 10:59am Central Time tomorrow, you can grab a 32GB Nexus 6 unlocked and contract free for $499.99, or the 64GB model for $549. That’s a saving of $150 on the most powerful stock Android smartphone around.”

    Same prices as listed on the Google store.

    • Ty Christensen

      Yes but in the Google store you would have tax at least for me there would be as where Amazon doesn’t charge me tax on anything, that’s a $34 difference.

      • David VanHouse

        Amazon charges me tax

  • dtam

    too bad moto x doesnt have band 12…

    • Henry Pham

      Exactly why I’ve been waiting for the next iteration of the Moto X. But the Alcatel OneTouch Idol 3 looks awfully tempting…

      • benben

        Idol 3 is pure garbage

        • Henry Pham

          All those great reviews, including this site?
          But I have to admit I haven’t pulled the trigger because I just don’t trust Alcatel. Still too unknown to me. And I’m just not sure I’d be comfortable with the size of the phone, even though the reviews say it’s very pocketable.

        • williejackbrainer

          I think it would be a good backup phone.

        • benben

          I bought one it was defective so i send it back and
          they send me new one that was even worse bad signal over heating and slow as hell

        • steveb944

          It’s very lightweight and slim. It’s size is like any regular phablet in the market. Since it’s Alcatel’s flagship, I’ve had no worries with the purchase, I like supporting underdogs.

        • I have one and it’s working great.

  • Philip

    On sale for a reason, to get rid of stock. Google, please don’t make a big phone like this again. Give us a nice phone in the $400 range.

  • williejackbrainer

    Not sure if this is the best Nexus device. Because, I’ve been plagued with (!) for over a month now and on my second phone. I waited a long time to get a Nexus, once I had enough of the waiting game (updating OS) with other OEM’s. I love the pure Android experience as I could careless about gimmicks the UI has. Hoping the next Nexus device will be better than this one.

  • iMotoXperiaGalaxy

    Love my Moto X 2014!! Even over my iPhone 6+ and Note 4. Best Android phone, no question. The next Moto X will be a day one purchase from me.

    Haha!

  • AS118

    The 4.7″ one-hand friendly Moto X? Sure, but that’s not available anymore (I don’t think) and the new one’s just another 5″ phone. A great one sure, but I look for compactness.

    I’ll probably grab the next Xperia Compact from Sony when it comes out. Dual-front facing speakers + waterproofing sells the Xperia line to me.

    • williejackbrainer

      I love the fact that more and more phones are coming with dual-facing speakers. The sound is so much better than being at the top or bottom of the phones.

    • zx6guy

      There are some 2013s being sold on Amazon. They’re listed as new but they’re not. Be careful.

    • Andrew Singleton

      m8 mini unlocked. wont have 700a but hey.

  • GersonT1000

    Are you sure it starts at $300? It shows $350 for me.

    • Arnold Shoon

      seems that there’s a $50 rebate after having the phone for a month!

      • GersonT1000

        I know, but the article makes it sound like it starts at $300 and then you get a $50 rebate after the 30 days, making it effectively $250.

  • John

    On a side note, they finally pushed Android 5.1 to my unlocked off contract Moto X 2013 a couple days ago and I have to say I like it a lot and it’s working flawlessly so far.

    • Justin Jones

      Wifi calling isnt a feature available on the 5.1 lolipop update 2013 or 2014 device correct?

      • John

        I got my Moto X directly from Motorola through Moto Maker since it wasn’t offered through T-Mobile. Thus, it never did have their Wi-Fi calling app installed. However, Hangouts Dialer, available for free on the googke play store works just as well and yes it still functions with Lollipop.

      • Mail carrier

        I looked in settings in my N6 and didn’t see anything for WiFi calling. Maybe it will come w M update.

  • Mail carrier

    I don’t understand all the hate on the Nexus 6. It’s the best phone I’ve ever had. The size is no problem whatsoever, everyone else’s phone feels like a toy in comparison. Best phone ever with good battery life, worlds better than new Samsung devices. Buttons are placed right, I always texted with two hands anyway. I’m going to run this phone until it dies and either get another one or fix it. Still on 5.1 but that’s fine until the bugs get ironed out