That in a nutshell is the story of the Moto X: a mediocre device with a few interesting twists that overall aren't that well executed either. Why bother? You shouldn't.
If for some reason you still want a Moto X, it is available in AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, U.S. Cellular, and Verizon Wireless versions. The 16GB model costs about $200 with a two-year contract or $600 without; add $50 for the 32GB model. Neither has expandable memory, unlike many Android devices.
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