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Motorola's Valentine's Day deal on the Moto X was supposed to be up today, but the company is now extending the offer through February 22nd. You can still save $70 on the off-contract pricing on all Moto X models – that includes the standard Moto Maker devices, and the Developer Edition phones.

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Motorola kicked off this particular deal several weeks ago with the extra $30 coupon for a combined $100 off. However, the Lenovo sale was announced right in the middle of the promotion. Google is still picking up the tab for all these discounted phones, so we might not see this kind of generosity once Lenovo takes control.

If you're still considering a Moto X, this is your chance. It's still a fabulous phone.

[Motorola]

Ryan Whitwam
Ryan is a tech/science writer, skeptic, lover of all things electronic, and Android fan. In his spare time he reads golden-age sci-fi and sleeps, but rarely at the same time. His wife tolerates him as few would.

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  • pytajnik

    do they ship to Poland?

    • mrjayviper

      you have to use a forwarding service I think. there are several services for my country. good luck

  • Fry

    I hate to say it, but, it seems like moto can't give these away.

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  • Paul

    Is that $329.99 after the $70 discount, or before?

    • RyanWhitwam

      After.

  • xsirxx

    Id rather a Nexus 5 :).

    • someone755

      I thought the Nexus 5 sells for $350 for the 16GB variant in the US... Or was that $450... Anyways, shouldn't that be cheap enough on its own? :O

      • xsirxx

        Yea 350$. I think the price difference at that point is almost negligible. Plus you get a lot more for that small difference.

        • someone755

          Agreed. I believe many here would rather take a $350 N5 than a $250 S4.

  • http://about.me/jovanphilip Jovan Philip

    Was on the fence about buying it since the deal was expiring today but after this bout of good news it's a certainty now.

  • mrjayviper

    nice phone. too bad it's USA only. big reason why moto is losing money?

    • Ryan

      There is a EU version coming soon. There was some news about it not that long ago. When it'll be released, I'm not sure but it is coming.

      • someone755

        I'm in Europe.
        Buying it at the time of launch (in US) would be perfect, as it's a great phone. Instead, I have the option of getting it WAY later, when there are much better phones and it would leave me with an outdated chipset (and I'm not going that way again, the Xperia S was enough of a lesson for me).

        • Ryan

          To each their own. I think the chipset in the Moto X seems to be holding its own quite well actually. But I'm not into this "chip wars" which is rather redundant now-a-days anyway in a mobile phone. Unless you want to play PC games on a mobile device I guess....

          • someone755

            If you would have bought the Xperia S you'd know what I'm talking about. The chipset was used in 2011 HTC flagships, and Qualcomm dropped support for it before Sony even got us proper ICS!
            Respect to Sony though, as they pushed an incredible JB update with a 3.4 kernel (that we now use for CM11 :D).
            The whole thing is complicated, but to end; I don't care much about the speed -- that was back when dual-corers were the big thing. Nowadays pretty much everything with 2+ cores is a well-performing device. But still, I'd rather buy today's low-end chipset than last year's high-end one, just because of the manufacturer support.

    • ProductFRED

      There's a UK version that should get LTE in Europe.

  • moelsen8

    weird.

  • Joseph Cascio

    Can't buy a customized 32 GB version so No deal.

    • krudl3rx

      AFAIK you can select the 32 GB option after you customize the default 16 GB version. Worked for me.

      • Joseph Cascio

        I went all the way to the Review order screen and no option showed for me. I did it several times.

  • someone755

    Why not bring a brand new moto device in Europe...? How about that for a great selling idea...? No? Okay, then lose half your money handing out coupons and giving 70% discounts.

  • chapalongdog

    Apple Forever! Dachshunds never use Moto>>>

  • Martin Rocha

    I like a lot, but not until I can not buy the 32gb version in Europe. =(

  • kma

    Can't be bought in EU.
    Although site does not mention it anywhere, although you can get a motorola id and other useless stuff.

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