Last Updated: September 17th, 2013

If you're one of the many who thinks Motorola's X phone is the bee's knees, then Amazon potentially has a deal that may be of interest. Why "potentially," you ask? Because this one's only good for Sprintsters (or those considering the jump).

For the time being, Amazon is letting the X go for $99 on-contract for both new agreements and existing customers. Unfortunately, the black version is currently out of stock, so it's white or bust at the moment. On the upside, the white one sure is pretty, so it's really hard to go wrong.

Update: The black version is now in stock.


Of course, if you simply must have the black one, you can go ahead and order at the current price and Amazon will drop it on your doorstep as soon as it's back in stock. Either way you go, $100 is hard to beat for Motorola's latest flagship.

Amazon – Black, White

Cameron Summerson
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  • Rob

    Seems like Google and Motorola really botched this phone's rollout. I predict we'll be seeing a lot more "price reductions" of this nature going forward. I have Sprint and won't be picking up any contract extensions or new smartphones until they prove that they can fix their network and provide data speeds higher than 0.11 Mbps down on a 3G connection.

    • krudl3rx

      I get the exclusive for MotoMaker... they needed to ship them in 4 days and didn't want to get swamped... but not having the 32GB version on all carriers at launch was just monumentally stupid.

  • Mystery Man

    This phone will be as popular as the HTC First

  • Turb0wned

    You people continue to trash talk this phone without even using it.

    • Wozn2

      Don't need to use it to know the availability sucks.

  • http://www.ebog.me/ Ebog

    really do not like this phone too. It does not seem strong enough to compete with Samsung, aple