Motorola is still discounting its Jonathan Adler edition Moto X Pure Edition, but if those models are a bit too flashy for your taste, Amazon’s got a deal on the plain Moto Xs that you might be interested in.
Amazon has knocked $75 off the price of the 32GB Moto X Pure Edition, leaving it at $374.99. Both the black and white versions are available at that price, and there’s also a bamboo model available for $399.99 if you’d like a wood rear cover. All three models are in stock and eligible for free two-day Prime shipping.
The “affordable flagship” category of smartphones has a lot of competition, but the Moto X Pure Edition is one of the better options available thanks a feature set that includes a 5.7-inch 2560x1440 display, microSD slot, and software that’s largely vanilla Android. That vanilla Android approach has enabled Motorola to push OS updates to its phones quickly, including updating the Moto X Pure Edition to Android 6.0.