Motorola recently made the the Moto X available through its Try Then Buy scheme. Under this scheme, you can get the device for an amount as small as $0.01 for a trial period of upto 2 weeks.
And after the trial period expires you can return the device if you did not like it and pay nothing extra. A new version of the Moto X 64 GB too was made available thorugh the same scheme. If you’re planning on buying a 64 GB version for yourself or your loved ones, be ready to shell out $50 more than the 32 GB version and $100 more than the 16 GB variant.
This seems to be the latest strategy from the Lenovo owned company to clear its stock of all the Moto X devices to make place for the upcoming Moto X+1. The device is supposed to be under the covers till now but its has had quite some leaks by now. We’re waiting to see if Motorola will follow its strict Android’s policy with its upcoming device.