Motorola is having yet another Moto X sale, this time offering a free Moto Hint accessory when purchasing the smartphone without a contract.
Moto X promotions are no longer a big surprise to anyone, as Motorola is always cooking up some deal to attract more customers. After selling the Moto X for $140 off in a one-day deal on April 1, Motorola is now throwing in a free Moto Hint along with the purchase of a new Moto X (2014) off-contract. The Moto Hint normally costs $149, so this deal will allow for significant savings. This is a limited-time promotion set to expire next week, on April 14.
For those unfamiliar with the gadget, the Moto Hint is a smart Bluetooth headset that aims to make it easier for users to interact with their smartphone. Motorola markets the Moto Hint as a "discreet wireless earbud" that's sleek and comfortable, enabling users to control their smartphone and access everything they need via voice commands, without having to push any buttons.
Users can pair the Moto Hint with the Moto X, or another smartphone, and utter voice commands to inquire about the weather forecast, traffic, or something else. They will receive the answers directly in their ear. Moreover, the Moto Hint will also enable users to make calls, send messages, or hear notifications, without the need to pull out their smartphone or push any buttons. The gadget has a range of 150 feet, which means that users can move around the office or house and interact with their phone without having to pick it up or be right next to it.
The new Moto X (2014), meanwhile, features a 5.2-inch full HD display with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor, 2GB of RAM, 16GB or 32GB of internal storage capacity, a 13-megapixel rear camera, a 2-megapixel front shooter, and a 2,300 mAh battery.
The Moto X (2014) starts at $499.99 off-contract, and allows for savings of $149.99 by bundling the Moto Hint for free. For more information or to take advantage of this limited-time deal, head over to Motorola's website at this link. Remember that the promotion will expire on April 14, so interested customers might want to take advantage of it while it lasts.