The Moto X (2nd generation) is one of the best Android smartphones ever made, but given the availability of only the 16GB variant in India it has been lacking some of its charm. Motorola will now look to fix just that, launching the 32GB variant of the device in the country on December 22 at Rs 32,999.
The announcement was made by e-retail partner Flipkart, alongside dropping the price of the base 16GB variant to Rs 29,999. The variants with leather and wood backs (16GB) will come in at Rs 31,999, while the newly launched 32GB variant will be available only in plastic back options in Royal Blue and Black shades.
Motorola has maintained the ceiling price of the Moto X (2nd generation), while making the base variant of the devices slightly more accessible to Indian buyers. However, the company hasn't done much in the way of offering the customization options via its Moto Maker tool in India.
The Moto X features a 5.2-inch Full HD AMOLED display and is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor, coupled to 2GB of RAM. While other devices (cheaper and more expensive) do offer similar or better specs, the device stands out with exclusive features such as Moto's Active Display and always listening features.