From day 1, Motorola’s Moto X was available in two storage options – 16GB or 32GB. Since the phone does not support micro SD cards for expandable storage, you can imagine that some were begging for more, especially in a time of growing image sizes, HD video, and massive game files. To give heavy downloaders an option, Motorola added 64GB of storage as a choice in the “Memory” section of Moto Maker.
We now have three pricing tiers for the Moto X of 16GB for $349, 32GB for $399, and 64GB for $449. Even at $449, the Moto X with 64GB is still quite the reasonable price. Most other flagships, even ones from last year, retail with no contract above that.
With that said, we are fully expecting a new Moto X from Motorola within the next couple of months. While we love the original Moto X and even called it our best phone of 2013, we would recommend waiting just a bit to see how this new model shakes out. Also, the LG G3 should arrive on US shores within that time as well.