Motorola Unfurls Moto X Style for INR 29,999 available at Flipkart.com

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Betting big on the upcoming festive season in India, Motorola has launched its flagship smartphone – Moto X Style for INR 29,999 exclusively at Flipkart.com

The Moto X Style is the perfect blend of premium performance and design; a phone that is truly beautiful inside and out. It will be available for pre-orders exclusively on Flipkart from 14 October midnight at INR 29,999 for 16GB & INR 31,999 for 32GB, with multiple exciting launch offers during the Flipkart Big Billion Day sale.

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This smartphone comes with 5.7-inch Quad HD display with 520 ppi, that’s enhanced by dual front stereo speakers with smart boost. And when your 3000mAh battery runs out of juice, this smartphone will get 8 hours of power in just 15 minutes with the in-box turbocharger.

You can take crystal-clear photos and 4K videos on the 21MP camera with zero shutter lag and rapid focus. Look your best in selfies and groupfies even in low light with the 5MP front-facing camera featuring a wide angle lens and flash.

Now get all the power you need for gaming, streaming and multi-tasking at blazing speeds with a Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 808 processor with 1.8 GHz Hexa-core CPU and with a 3GB RAM.

Now get everything you want from a smartphone—in a design that’s a delight to hold. With a sleek metal frame and curved back, the new Moto X Style is contoured for comfortable handling. It will be available for pre-order in two premium designed variants: white with a champagne frame and black with a dark grey frame.

Launch Offers (From midnight: 14th October – 20th October, 2015)

● 100% cashback for 100 lucky customers

● Rs. 5000 off on International holidays for all customers from MakeMyTrip

● Flipkart Electronic Gift Vouchers worth Rs. 1000 for all customers

● Exchange offer of up to Rs. 15,000

 

 


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