THE MOTOROLA MOTO X IS COMING TO THE UK AND IS AVAILABLE TO PRE-ORDER NOW, AND WE’VE GOT IT EXCLUSIVELY IN WHITE
LONDON, UK, 14 January 2014: Today we’re excited to welcome the brand new Motorola Moto X to the UK and Phones 4u. The ice cool smartphone is available to pre-order at Phones 4u now with a free wireless speaker worth £120*, and we’re bringing you the Moto X exclusively in white for a three month period, from the end of January.
The innovative Moto X will be available for new contracts, upgrades, pay as you go and SIM free at Phones 4u stores and online. Grab the new Moto X smartphone in black or exclusive white from free on a £25 3G tariff, and if you’re a tech lover wanting super-fast speeds, you can get the new smartphone from free at £29.99 a month on 4G. SIM free fans get the new smartphone for £389.95, or £379.95 on pay as you go.
The Moto X Android 4.4 Kit Kat smartphone is designed to maximise your life, by featuring innovative functions that make the handset simple to use. It responds to your voice without touch, and twist your wrist twice and it quickly becomes your camera, making sure you never miss a shot. Information silently appears on the screen without interrupting your day and its excellent battery life will give you hours of fun on the go. The curved and comfortable Moto X has also been specially designed to be the perfect fit for your hand.
You’ll get more than you bargained for when you shop with us throughout January too, as we’re offering a mix of spectacular deals to help you beat the winter blues. Pre-order the Moto X at Phones 4u and we’ll also give you a free wireless speaker worth £120*. Now that’s a deal to warm up your winter!
The Moto X is available to pre-order online now and will be available at Phones 4u stores and online from late January 2014.
More about the Motorola Moto X:
· Crystal clear 4.7-inch AMOLED display
· Powerful 1.7GHz dual-core processor
· 10 megapixel camera with Quick Capture
· Intuitive Android KitKat operating system
· Touchless control
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