“Here’s what you get along with the Moto X Style”
The Moto X series of smartphones from the Lenovo-owned Motorola has garnered a fair share of attention globally. This year, instead of launching just one model, the brand split the range and launched the more affordable Moto X Play (review) followed by the premium Moto X Style (first impressions), which went on sale recently. Running Android in its purest form and featuring special software enhancements from Motorola, the previous generations of Moto X have been compelling devices. Taking the legacy forward is the new Moto X style and here’s what you get inside its retail box.
The Moto X Style comes in a big white square box with minimal blue design accents. The lid can be flipped open towards the left, revealing a cardboard layer in turquoise blue which has the phone’s moniker on top, with the phone itself by its side. The Moto X Style does feel premium when you pick it up and it surely looks better than its affordable sibling, the X Play.
The phone resides on the left half of the box and below it, you will find a cardboard envelope which hides all the documentation. After taking it out, you get access to a pair of earphones and a tiny packet containing a fancy-looking SIM ejection tool. Using this, the SIM slots and the storage expansion slot can be accessed by ejecting the tray on the top edge of the phone. The back panel of the phone isn’t removable, so the battery comes sealed inside the handset. Coming to the right half of the box, the blue cardboard leaflet hides a transparent protective bumper case for the Moto X Style. In the compartment below, you will find a two-pin TurboPower 25 charger for fast charging. Surprisingly, there's no micro-USB cable included for data transfers, so you'll need to buy one separately.
The Moto X Style went on sale on October 14th exclusively via Flipkart. While the 16GB edition is priced at Rs 29,999, the 32GB variant will cost you Rs 31,999.
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