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  1. Crossy Castle Run's Avatar
    I bought it in February but now its unavailable in Spain.
    04-15-2015 05:51 AM
  2. dakshay95's Avatar
    I bought it in February but now its unavailable in Spain.
    How are you finding it so far?
    04-15-2015 09:30 AM
  3. Ed Briggs's Avatar
    Thanks for your inputs guys.

    I seem to be getting a good deal on here: http://www.eageworld.com/motorola-moto-x---16gb---black

    Should I go for it or does it look iffy? Yes, I've noticed that it has a seller warranty for 6 months. Thoughts?

    And another thing I wanted to ask is if the 16 GB internal memory is sufficient?
    That's equivalent to $264 US dollars. Not such a great deal in my eyes. I paid what would be 11,700 rupees to you. ($189) But I guess they may just be more expensive in other countries.
    04-15-2015 10:56 PM
  4. dakshay95's Avatar
    That's equivalent to $264 US dollars. Not such a great deal in my eyes. I paid what would be 11,700 rupees to you. ($189) But I guess they may just be more expensive in other countries.
    Yeah, the phone is available at Rs. 17, 599 ($279) on Online Shopping - Shop Online for Mobile Phones, Digital Cameras, Watches, Books & More at Flipkart.com which is the exclusive e-tailer for the phone (it isn't available offline).

    Sadly, it's been out of stock for 2 weeks and I'm caught in two minds about waiting longer.

    The Moto X 2nd gen is available for Rs. 29,999 ($476) on Online Shopping - Shop Online for Mobile Phones, Digital Cameras, Watches, Books & More at Flipkart.com (which is again the official channel for sale). I saw some SIM unlocked Moto X 2nd Gens on eBay.com available only for $320 (Rs. 20,000) but unfortunately they don't ship to India.

    So do you suggest waiting for the phone to come back in stock or go for another phone within Rs. 20,000? If you think I should go for another phone, which one should it be? FYI, not a Samsung fan. Looking for a decent battery and lag free experience.
    04-22-2015 10:10 AM
  5. dakshay95's Avatar
    How about OnePlus One? Should I go for it? Available for $300 (Rs. 19,999) in India via Amazon.in
    04-23-2015 08:59 AM
  6. cindylike24's Avatar
    How about OnePlus One? Should I go for it? Available for $300 (Rs. 19,999) in India via Amazon.in
    It's up to you on this one. I have not heard anything bad about the OnePlus One. It looks like you are having a hard time getting the Moto X where you are at and from what I've heard about the OnePlus One, it's a nice phone. I don't think that you would go wrong with this phone at all.

    Just on a personal note, please don't drive yourself crazy trying to decide on which phone you're going to get. I'm one of those people that researches phones to no end trying to decide which phone I was going to get. Finally, I happened across the deal on the Moto X Developer Edition on Amazon and I had just received my tax refund. I figured that this was one thing that I was definitely going to buy when I got my refund and I haven't regretted my decision ever since. If you can get a good deal on the OnePlus One, I think that you ought to go for it since it's readily available in your area.

    Just my two cents worth. Take it for what it's worth.

    Cindy
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