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Promoted 02-10-2016 by RevOne at 07:56 AM View Original Post
Amazon has 32GB Motorola Moto X Pure Edition Unlocked Smartphone (XT1575) on sale for $374.99. Shipping is free. Thanks CheapTastic

Available colors:Specs:
  • 5.7" 2560x1440 IPS display
  • Qualcomm MSM8992 Snapdragon 808 processor
    • 1.8GHz Dual-core Cortex-A57 + 1.44GHz Quad-core Cortex-A53
  • 3GB RAM
  • 32GB Internal Storage
  • MicroSD card slot (up to 128GB)
  • 21MP rear + 5MP front facing cameras
  • 3000mAh battery
  • Android 5.1.1 Lollipop (upgradeable to 6.0 Marshamallow)

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Written by RevOne

  • Our research indicates that the 32GB Motorola Moto X Pure Edition Unlocked Smartphone is $75 lower (16% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $450
  • For a full review of the Moto X Pure Edition smartphone, head over to Android Authority ~RevOne

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Edited February 10, 2016 at 06:05 AM by TattyBear
I missed the december deal but this one is more but a better discount than msrp.

Black 32GB: $374.99
White 32GB: $374.99
Bamboo 32GB: $399.99

Sold and shipped by amazon:

black 32GB: http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B01...re+edition

White 32GB: http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B01...th=1&psc=1

Bamboo 32GB: http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/s/ref...oto+x+pure
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What? They mean Pure as in Google Pure, not pure as in no apps at all. If they did that, you would have to side-load any applications you might want to run.

Pure means no skinned UI, no unnecessary third-party apps, etc. This is exactly how I like my phone. If Google would put an SD card back in the Nexus Devices, I would have bought a Nexus 6p, but they choose to be ignorant and that leaves MotoLenovo to get my money.
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Just like every other phone that is certified by Google...

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"Pure" used to mean no OEM bloatware. This phone is full of every Google app known and you can't uninstall them so you get plenty of Google bloatware.
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Quote from cyfan View Post :
"Pure" used to mean no OEM bloatware. This phone is full of every Google app known and you can't uninstall them so you get plenty of Google bloatware.
Just like every other phone that is certified by Google...
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nice phone. i have had the 32gb bamboo since Dec.
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Quote from cyfan View Post :
"Pure" used to mean no OEM bloatware. This phone is full of every Google app known and you can't uninstall them so you get plenty of Google bloatware.
What? They mean Pure as in Google Pure, not pure as in no apps at all. If they did that, you would have to side-load any applications you might want to run.

Pure means no skinned UI, no unnecessary third-party apps, etc. This is exactly how I like my phone. If Google would put an SD card back in the Nexus Devices, I would have bought a Nexus 6p, but they choose to be ignorant and that leaves MotoLenovo to get my money.
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Quote from cyfan View Post :
"Pure" used to mean no OEM bloatware. This phone is full of every Google app known and you can't uninstall them so you get plenty of Google bloatware.
yeah...this only has a few "moto" apps over the standard array of google apps that come on any nexus or developer edition device. you can always root and uninstall anything you want.
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Quote from cyfan View Post :
"Pure" used to mean no OEM bloatware. This phone is full of every Google app known and you can't uninstall them so you get plenty of Google bloatware.
Root and install a ROM of your liking?
This isn't apple. you have options
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"Pure" used to mean no OEM bloatware. This phone is full of every Google app known and you can't uninstall them so you get plenty of Google bloatware.

Rooted mine and after installing Titanium Backup and Xposed, you can pretty much do anything you want, Don't want a Google App? freeze it with TB and you'll never see it again unless you change your mind.

I bought one in December for a backup phone to my Note 4. Nice except for the lack of case choices.
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is it worth upgrading from a HTC one m8?
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I grabbed a white warehouse deal for $278 (very good) which usually means new with a bad box and if it's not just return it. Not bad for a 32GB
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is it worth upgrading from a HTC one m8?
no. just wait for G5, M10, S7, etc at this point
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Is this worth of upgrade from Nexus 6?
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I grabbed a white warehouse deal for $278 (very good) which usually means new with a bad box and if it's not just return it. Not bad for a 32GB
I saw that and got excited, until I realized how gigantic the phone is Frown
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I had this phone and loved it but returned it for a refund due to a crackly speaker. Want to replace it with something new and exciting, but this is tempting. Once you've used a phone with a fingerprint scanner, it's hard to go back.
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