Moto’s new Moto X Style with the Moto X Pure Edition will be the cheapest option
The Moto X series is in the midst of a new generation, and while the first two phones were quite successful, the company has had to adjust its approach.
Now, the Moto Y line is expected to be the first with a removable back, and the Moto Z series is rumored to follow suit with a similar design.
In all likelihood, we’ll see Moto X models with removable backs in the coming years, as the company continues to tweak the design.
For the first time, we know that the Moto 360, which came out a few years ago, will also have a removable front, as well.
The Moto X line is coming to its first ever model, which is the Moto Maker series.
The Moto Maker line has four phones to date, and it’s a great way to get a look at what’s coming.
For those of you unfamiliar with the name, Moto Maker is the brand name that Motorola uses for its Moto X phones, and Moto Maker will be one of the first phones with removable back.
We expect the MotoMaker phone to cost less than the other three models, but it won’t be as cheap as the Moto Maxx and Moto Max, as Motorola’s original Moto X was $999.
In other words, we don’t expect the cheapest Moto Maker phone to come in at $700, and we’re not sure what kind of price Motorola will offer for this phone.
We know that MotoMaker phones will have more metal to them than the Moto x models, so it’s possible that they’ll have more premium materials in them.
The price will also likely depend on the materials and finishes on the phone, so you won’t see cheap plastic in the Moto makers.
The top-tier Moto Maker models will come with the Snapdragon 821 processor, 64GB of storage, 16MP camera, and 2,400mAh battery.
The phone will be available for $399, while the other models will go for $449, $549, and $699.
The cheapest Moto X will be priced at $699, while Moto Maker and Moto Z will be cheaper.
In all likelihood the Moto maker will have the highest-end model, but we’ll have to wait until the Moto z is released to see which one of these phones will be higher-end.
It’ll be interesting to see how the two phones compare when they hit stores.