The Moto X (1st Generation) was one of the best phones of 2013, offering a great user experience and customizable hardware for an inexpensive price tag. It was one of the first devices from Motorola that truly got users excited for inexpensive off-contract devices. Though the specifications may seem a bit outdated by now, the 2013 Moto X is still a great phone. If you’re in the market for an inexpensive handset, Ebay is currently selling the Moto X (1st Generation) 32GB Developer Edition for only $199.99. The device comes with Verizon branding, and you can activate it on Verizon or any other GSM carrier (no Sprint or other CDMA carriers, unfortunately). The only model the seller has available is the Woven White color. Additionally, this device is brand new, so there’s no need to worry about forking over some cash for a refurbished model.
If you need a refresher, the 2013 Moto X comes with a 4.7-inch 720p AMOLED display, a dual-core Snapdragon S4 Pro processor, 10MP rear-facing camera, a 2200mAh battery on top of a slew of Motorola’s software enhancements. These certainly aren’t the best specifications by today’s standards, but you can’t really go wrong for the price. This model usually runs for around $300-$350, so we’d say this is a pretty good deal. We’re unsure as to how long this deal will run, so you better hurry before all of them sell out.