Moto X launch tomorrow, prices start at Rs 23,999

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Handset maker Motorola will launch tomorrow in India Moto X, priced Rs 23,999 onwards, in partnership with e-Commerce firm Flipkart.

"After the huge success of Moto G, Flipkart.Com and Motorola are now launching the Moto X in India. At Rs 23,999 for the colour variants and Rs 25,999 for the wood finish variants, the Moto X is priced aggressively, matching prices in the US market," Flipkart

said in a statement.

The device is available in the US for USD 399.99 (Rs 24,392) without contract for the 16GB version and USD 449.99 for 32GB (Rs 27,465).

The Moto X features a 4.7-inch touchscreen, Android KitKat OS, dual core 1.7 GHz processor, supports 4G LTE, 10 MP rear camera, 2 MP front camera and has 2GB RAM.

Previously, Motorola had partnered with Flipkart to launch its affordable smartphone, Moto G.

"Similar to the Moto G partnership, Flipkart.Com will be the exclusive outlet for Moto X in India. The smartphone will be available for purchase on www.Flipkart.Com starting 12 noon tomorrow," Flipkart said.

It added that this would be a phased launch and once sold out, the next lot of Moto X will be available on Flipkart in the first week of April.

The Android-based Moto X was launched in August last year and was initially available in US only.

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