PR techniques of Motorola Mobility Holdings LLC (acquired by Lenovo Group Limited (ADR) (OTCMKTS:LNVGY) (HKG:0992) a few months back) have always enthralled audience and the company has now come up with a new promotional activity for its latest launch of flagship device known as the ‘Try then Buy’ program. Over the weekend, many speculations were there about the program, but now the offer has gone live as spotted by Android Police. Also, according to Android Police, the promo codes allotted for the program are no more available suggesting the popularity of the device.
$0.01 deal ‘Try then Buy’
This promotional activity by the company will allow the prospective buyers to try the custom Moto X device for two weeks duration before they finally make up their minds for buying. The users under the trial program will be required to pay only the shipping charges of $0.01 for the two weeks usage of the phone and won’t be required to pay any other undue charges.
The users under the trial are free to choose whether they wish to buy the device post two weeks of trial or not. If they do, they will be eligible for a 30% discount on selected Moto X accessories and if they choose not to buy it then they may send back the device without the need for any kind of explanation.
Moto X: much awaited smartphone from Motorola
Moto X, the flagship Smartphone from Motorola has been officially announced in the US in the 64GB variant and its price is fixed at $449. It has been officially announced by Motorola that the 64GB variant of Moto X will be sold for $100. Display, No touch Control and combustibility are Moto X’s main features.
The 16GB and 32GB variants of the Moto X do not have the microSD card slots and this aspect has been kept in mind with the launch of Moto X 64GB. The device has a 4.7 inch display with 720×1280 pixels resolution. It is powered by a 1.7GHz dual-core Qualcomm MSM8960Pro Snapdragon processor with RAM of 2 GB and non-expandable storage.
The device has a 2MP front-facing camera and a back camera of 10MP along with a LED flash. Software features such as Active