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Deal: Brand New, Unlocked AT&T Moto X on eBay for $275

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The Moto X may be almost a year old, but you could argue that it is still one of the best smartphone values on the market, and that’s with its current full retail price of around $399. When you consider today’s deal on eBay, that lists an unlocked AT&T model for $275, you are in full “steal” territory, approaching the exit for “impulse buy” territory.

The deal, which is available in limited quantities, includes a brand new (not refurbished or any of that jazz), in-the-original-box Moto X (XT1058) in white with 16GB of storage. We are talking $275 for a brand new phone that we called the best smartphone of 2013. The listing claims that this is the XT1058, which is the AT&T model. If you buy it, you should have great service on LTE with AT&T service.

Free shipping is included as well.

eBay Link 

Cheers Brett!
  • kishan

    This deal is dead. I ordered a couple weeks ago. The item got lost in the mail by FedEx. Now the seller says he does not have it any more. He cannot ship me new one. So he is giving me refund (yet to get).

  • Teaser38

    Now I just need to find a good deal on a teak back plate. $60 is way too much. Also, hopefully my Atrix 4G trade in goes through too.

  • Teaser38

    Yay! Now I have to wait for a deal on a Teak back plate and the trade-in on my Atrix 4G goes through. All I’m seeing is $60 for one…

  • http://dorelljames.com/ Dorell James Galang

    Does the Moto X work in the Philippines? Might be the supported baseband not the one used in PH. Thanks

  • epps720

    Buy this or wait until tomorrow and buy directly from Motorola for $75 more…. hmmm

  • Andromedo

    Is the bootloader encrypted on this model?

  • Anon

    Still not a steal until it’s $199. Impulse buy at $129. Just not that great of a phone imho

    • mustbepbs

      You’re a dumbass, imho.

      • Anon

        Ha so many phones better than this motor x. But flame away act like a kid. Android has options and I don’t like this one. Get over it

        • mustbepbs

          You don’t give any reasons why. You just pout and say you don’t like it. Who’s the kid now?

          • Anon

            Small screen, 720 display, processors, battery life. There.

          • mustbepbs

            Sounds like you looked at a spec sheet and never used one, but okay.

          • Anon

            Nope tried it for a week, but I forgot you were here with me

          • mustbepbs

            Still don’t believe you.

      • Kazahani

        Really dude? Someone has a different opinion. This isn’t bgr get the stick out of your ass and deal.

    • Jeff

      How long have you used yours to formulate such a knowledgeable opinion?

    • James

      Compared to what, exactly?

  • Brandon Rosonina

    This phone looks very enticing. I am a current owner of the nexus 5 (my first nexus and first time back to android after being locked in with sprint for 2 years on my iphone 4s). I really love the nexus 5 very snappy and very simple. But the battery life is just too bad, I loathe it. within 3 hours of taking it off the charger I am at 75% that is ridiculous. I understand that it is a budget phone and corners have to be cut but what is a cell phone if you have to have it connected to a wire to use? I am hopeful for the apparent new “silver” line that is coming out and am willing to pay a premium price for a premium phone. Also, all the fantastic things I have heard about the Moto X I am very interested in the Moto “X+1″. But I cannot stay with the Nexus 5. As much as I love it, between the dreadful battery and then the viewing angles, it just hasn’t been worth having. My 2 cents. Flame on.

  • Damian P.

    Great but there are additional costs. They are adding 23$ for shipping and 67.86 $ import charges = 365.88 $
    Well… this is price of LG G2 32GB or HTC One M7 in my country on local online marketplace.

    • bc

      False

      • Damian P.

        No.

  • John Clausen

    It’s not just one of the best values on the market, it’s easily still one of the best phones on the market. It’s such a damn good phone.

    • mustbepbs

      I’ve used GS4/5 and HTC One/M8 as well as the iPhone 5S, and I still love my Moto X. It’s so perfect. The thing punches well above its weight and the screen does not look anything like 720p.

      • Maxim∑

        Is the display doing ok still, its AMOLED. does it have any burn in etc? thanks

        • jestin

          Nothing!

        • mustbepbs

          No issues on mine at all.

    • James

      Agreed. Even with the brute power and special gizmos of the new flagships, the little things about the Moto X have kept me happy. It’s just a solid all around performer with a great size and useful features.

    • Bryan Mills

      Yeah if the Nexus 5/OPO/etc didn’t exist. Sure it’s fast, but lacks many features.

      • mustbepbs

        You’re saying the Moto X lacks features, yet the Nexus 5 doesn’t?

        • Bryan Mills

          No, but being the same price, Its hard to turn down a new processor and 1080p. Battery being about the same.

          Don’t want the Motorola hitmen to get me now.

          • james

            The battery is not the same in my usage.

          • Bryan Mills

            Still not great for power users. Hopefully they fix that and the camera in the X+1

          • James

            “Power users”…for what use case scenario, exactly? As a daily driver, it’s hard to make that argument.

          • Bryan Mills

            4hrs + screen on.

          • James

            You’re really saying you get better battery life from the Nexus 5 than the Moto X? That would be the opposite of my experience. Again, Nexus 5 has many great features but I’d really like to know if others agree its battery life surpasses Moto X.

          • Jeff

            Nope, I owned the Nexus 5 for a few months before getting the Moto X. I could generally get a day of life out of the Nexus 5, but I can easily get a day and a half to two days out of my Moto X.

          • Bryan Mills

            Neither get “good” battery.

          • Jeff

            What is ‘good’ battery life to you? 3 days? 4 days?

          • Bryan Mills

            15 hours with 4+ hours screen on.

          • mustbepbs

            I get that easily on my Moto X. It lasts me the entire day, games included.

          • Jeff

            Then I don’t see the problem, the Moto X does that and more.

          • Bryan Mills

            Nope, not when I used it.

          • Jeff

            How long did you use it? Not long?

          • Bryan Mills

            Couple days. Long enough

          • mustbepbs

            So this is an excerpt from TheVerge:

            “Mid-range is also supposed to help with battery life. Motorola could have built a monster of longevity like the RAZR Maxx — and it should have — but it didn’t. It definitely gets a full day of use: I used it heavily for 15 hours before it died, and if you use it like most people use their phones, you won’t need to charge it during the day. It lasted for 7 hours, 14 minutes on the Verge Battery Test, which loads popular websites and high-res images with brightness at 65 percent; that’s a very good score, far better than the HTC One and the GS4, but well below class leaders like the Maxx or the Galaxy Note II.”

            If TheVerge gives it an okay for the battery, you know it’s good. They blast anything not Apple. You’re full of it, Backstreet.

          • Jeff

            I’m glad you don’t review anything professionally, because a couple days isn’t long enough to get a good idea about most products.

          • mustbepbs

            That’s what I thought, tough guy.

          • PoisonApple31

            By “power user” he means obsessive Facebook user.

          • Bryan Mills

            Some of us have jobs that check emails, calls, texts. But hey! Let us know what else you do on your phone, brah

          • PoisonApple31

            Some of us “excluding” yourself, sure.

          • Bryan Mills

            Clap Clap Clap Clap

          • James

            Have you actually used a Moto X for an extended period of time?

          • Bryan Mills

            You don’t need long with a phone to know it sucks

          • Guest

            I was thinking the same thing reading your comments.

          • James

            LOL dude just hang it up. You just keep digging a bigger hole. Better to keep some credibility for future posts, cause you lost on this one.

          • Bryan Mills

            Moto fanboys will be fanboys, I understand. I don’t need credibility.

            Waiting for China to come in and sweep you all away.

          • mustbepbs

            Specs =/= Features, Backstreet.

          • Bryan Mills

            I won’t be spending $300+ on a phone with an older processor and 720p display. No thanks. Everybody else can do as they please also.

          • Jeff

            Why do you need 1080p on a 5″ screen? I also easily get a day and a half to two days on my Moto X, never got close to that on my Nexus 5.

          • Bryan Mills

            My 20/20 needs it.

            With 1hr screen time? Sure it does.

          • James

            Only if you hold the phone 2 inches from your face.

          • Bryan Mills

            Alright. The Moto hit team is in here. I’m out til Lenovo takes over and you all disappear

          • Jeff

            I still haven’t seen you give a good explanation for your arguments though, stick around until you do that please.

          • Bryan Mills

            For me, 720p and an old processor doesn’t hang it for me. Also that it doesn’t have an adequate battery. I’m sure the few that bought it, like it. And that’s cool.

          • Jeff

            Like I’ve said, I can get 2 days out of the phone on battery, is that not good?

          • Bryan Mills

            If you barely use it, you can.

          • Jeff

            I use it for work (IT manager, so lots of emails), exercise, watching videos, taking pictures of issues, listening to and downloading podcasts, browsing the web, pretty much anything, but sure, if you want to think I barely use the phone, go ahead.

          • mustbepbs

            That’s a convenient way to get out of your “argument” which is full of misinformation and generalizations.

          • Bryan Mills

            I never included anybody else.

          • Guest

            For what?

        • James

          Yeah, I think you got that one backward brah. Nexus 5 has some great aspects, but Moto X is a great package.

        • htowngtr

          Nexus 5 has nicer screen, Qi charging, and unlocked BL without having to worry about requesting one.

          Those alone are worth it to me.

      • Jeff

        I sold my Nexus 5 for a Moto X. The only thing I miss is the camera, for everything else I like the Moto X a lot more.

  • http://thebeeobee.com/ thebeeobee

    $100 off for 32gb motox straight from them on the 5th and 6th. http://www.motorola.com/us/home

    • Jeff

      Thank you for that. I kinda wanted to pick up a spare Moto X after I dropped mine on a brick. Some minor damage to the plastic and a light scratch on the screen but it made me worried about if I actually broke the phone at a point where there were no Moto X equivalents available. Hate the camera but love everything else enough to want to keep using it for years.

    • mcdonsco

      Son of a !!!!!!

      I was trying to find out when/if there was another sale coming up and couldn’t find anything on it so I JUST bought one new on Swappa, 16gb for $275…damn it!!!!

  • cjgm86

    Does it work on T-Mobile? Or just AT&T

    • Charles Walker

      I would like to know this as well.

    • Charles Walker

      Based on my research, this is unlockable to use on T-Mobile, but won’t support HSPA+ areas that may not have LTE. It is recommended that you get the developer or T-Mobile edition for less issues.

      • cjgm86

        Thank you, i’ll try the motorola sale tomorrow

  • Bryan Mills

    Still waiting on a OPO.