Motorola is Working on a Cheaper Moto X

Moto X

Moto XPrice-sensitive consumers may be turned off by the $199 price tag of a Moto X with a two-year contract. But a cheaper version of the product is likely on the horizon. In an interview with CNET Thursday, Motorola Mobility CEO Dennis Woodside said that the flagship Moto X is just one of many new devices coming out under the Moto X brand in the coming months. Motorola announced the new flagship Moto X at an event here on Thursday. The company said the 16GB version of the device would be available with a two-year contract from each of the four main wireless operators — AT&T, Verizon Wireless, Sprint, and T-Mobile– for $199. It will also be available for that price on regional carrier, U.S. Cellular network. The company hasn’t yet disclosed how much the device will cost at full price with a contract on one of these carrier networks.

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