Didn’t see this one coming. We’re just about ready to ring in the New Year and out of the blue, Motorola announced the availability of the Motorola Moto X 2014 in an all new 64GB storage configuration. It’s the storage size we were asking for when the device first launched, only a few months later.
Hitting Motomaker at $600 without any of the other fixins (wood or leather), the option — which adds a cool $100 to the base model — is only available for the Moto X Pure Edition. You know, that regular ‘ol smartphone that got Lollipop before the Nexus 5. Yeah, that one.