The past few years have seen interesting developments in the Android OEM playing field, with Samsung and HTC’s dominance giving way to allow smaller OEMs like Asus, Motorola and Xiaomi to strengthen their foothold in the market. Motorola in particular has seen an exponential rise in sales, fueled by their ability to read customer requirements and their strong presence in all three tiers of the smartphone sector with the Moto X, G and E.
In a bid to further boost sales for their top-tier flagship, the Moto X 2014, ahead of its successor’s launch later this year, Motorola has announced a $50 price cut on the device, as well as a 30-day risk-free trial, resulting in flagship specs for a mere $299. This initiative allows customers to use the Moto X for 30 days, at the end of which you can return it at no cost or swap it once if you wish to keep it, but don’t like how the color combinations turned out.
In case you do decide to keep the Moto X at the end of the trial period, Motorola is offering multiple financing options in addition to the price cut, but hurry, the promotion is only valid up to the 29th of June. More info on the promo here.