Following the great sales figure of Moto X 2nd Generation, Motorola has released a new edition of the model. Named as Pure Edition, the edition will feature 64GB of inbuilt storage.
Motorola announced that the latest edition of Moto X 2nd Generation on Thursday. The official Motorola Twitter account has attached an image of the edition along with the announcement of its availability.
According to the tweet, the Moto X Pure Edition will feature 64GB inbuilt memory, but will sacrifice the memory card slot and will also be available only in unlocked version. So after buying the Pure Edition you'll absolutely be free to choose your network. The tweet also mentions the Pure Edition will be priced $100 more than the current price of 16GB model and $50 more than the 32GB model of Moto X 2nd Generation.
Motorola will keep selling the other models of Moto X 2nd generation too, but the Pure Edition smartphone will receive prompt Android OS updates and will also enjoy the raw stock Android experience.
Otherwise this new Pure Edition will feature the same hardware configuration of Moto X 2nd Generation. The smartphone boasts a 5.0p screen at a pixels density measurement of 424. The screen also comes covered with Corning Gorilla glass 3 protection. The Moto X 2nd Generation also comes powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 SoC, which combines a Quad-Core 2.5GHz Krait 400 CPU and an Adreno 330 GPU. The smartphone also features 2GB of RAM and comes in different in-built storage options.
On the camera front the Moto X 2nd Gen features a 13mp primary and a 2mp secondary camera and comes powered with a 2,300mAh battery.
The Moto X 2nd Generation Pure Edition 64 GB version will be priced at $399, but the cost might get higher according to your customisation. Motorola offers you to pick the back or front colour of the phone and allows various customisation abilities.