Moto X Pure Edition drops to $300 at B&H, deal includes camera accessories
You don’t have a lot of time left to pick up the “most giftable smartphone” in the world at a $100 discount straight from its manufacturer. But if you’ve been sitting on the fence about the $300 Moto X Pure Edition for some reason, B&H PhotoVideo aims to repeal your indecision with a few extra deal sweeteners.
Until March 19, at 11:59 PM EDT, the shutterbug’s go-to retailer does what it knows best, selling the 16GB handheld for $300 instead of its $400 list price, and throwing in a bunch of photography-enhancing accessories.
Namely, a so-called “B&H Photo Video Smartphone Photo Bundle”, typically worth $60, and comprised of a 32GB class 10 UHS-1 microSD card, Xuma Mobile LED Light, Joby GripTight XL mount, Magnus MaxiGrip Flexible Tripod, and Pearstone microfiber cleaning cloth. In a nutshell, everything you need to illuminate, stabilize, and store your pics and video recordings, plus keep your lens nice and polished.
Remember, the 5.7-incher runs near-stock Android 6.0 Marshmallow, packs a hexa-core Snapdragon 808 processor and 3GB RAM, sports a Quad HD IPS LCD screen, and produces ultra-sharp snapshots, courtesy of a 21MP rear-facing camera with dual-LED, dual tone flash.
Bottom line, it’s a steal at 300 bucks, and an absolute must-buy with these freebies also provided. Especially unlocked, and compatible with all major US carriers, be them GSM or CDMA technology-reliant.