The Moto X is now available on AT&T’s website for $199 with a two-year contract. The 16GB model is the only option right now; the $249 32GB edition is not currently an option on the site.
Consumers looking to take full advantage of what the Moto X has to offer might want to hold off until the customization tool is live. Much of the hype surrounding the phone has come from the Moto Maker system, which allows buyers to customize their phone with 16 colors and 7 accents. You can play around with Moto Maker online, but the system isn’t yet taking online orders.
Aside from Moto Maker, the Moto X is also gaining notice through how well it streamlines Android to nearly stock levels of functionality with such unimpressive specs. It doesn’t have a 1080p screen or the speediest processor available, just freedom from the heavy deadweight of unnecessary software and some amazing software touches.