Sprint sheds light on price and availability details of the Moto X

Sprint customers will be glad to know that the Moto X has finally landed in the US through it and now is the right time for others to switch to the carrier considering that it is offering $100 instant credit along with the device to new users. As of now, the smartphone has arrived in shades of black and white and the service provider will be introducing customization options for the handset in the next few months in addition to matching accessories. It is available through all retail channels including company-owned stores, the official website, business sales and telesales.

The Moto X requires users to sign a two-year service agreement with a new line or eligible upgrade and qualifying data plans. New as well as existing customers can opt for Sprint Unlimited Guarantee for unlimited talk, text and data and choose between My Way and My All-in plans starting at $80 per month. The Motorola handset is compliant with 4G LTE and runs on the 3G network speed of the network operator too.

Moto X

Running the Android Jelly Bean 4.2.2 OS, the Moto X featuring an HD touchscreen is graced by a 10MP camera with LED flash and a 2MP webcam capable of recording 1080p videos. Equipped with the Motorola X8 Mobile Computing System and 2GB of RAM, the gadget brings 16GB of onboard memory and a non-removable 2200mAh battery. It can be expected to cough up usage time of close to 24 hours on a single charge and standby time of around 10 days.

The Moto X (16GB) carries a price tag of $199.99 and is now up for purchase through Sprint. Verizon and AT&T are offering the device for the same price, while U.S. Cellular is selling it for $124.99.