The Moto X Style, also known as the Moto X Pure Edition in the United States, will feature a larger screen (5.7″) than the Moto X Play and the option for up to 64GB internal memory. The phone has a 21MP camera, which Motorola has said will be among the best in class, and “turbo” charging capabilities. It has a completely “pure” Android experience–hence the name in the US–and should have a much lower price than comparable Samsung phones: as low as $399 in the US on launch, which is expected to be on September 3, 2015.
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