AT&T's Lacking Android Lineup, as of 2013-08-01
The MotoX is pretty much the exact same phone-specs as my Sony TL, so I was curious to see if AT&T still sold it: nope.
Instead, I found a rather weak showing: 8 Samsungs, 3 HTC's, 6 Pantechs, 2 LG's & 1 NEC. Not only that, but the HTC One is 60% down the page, couched between the S4 refurb & the Note. Granted, earlier it had prime position up top. Given this lineup, there's almost no reason I'd buy an on-contract phone right now (perhaps the $50 LG, but not that I need to).
So will the MotoX survive? In terms of manufacturer diversity, yes. In terms of specs, absolutely. In terms of price? It really needs to be $150.
Are you buying an AT&T phone? Distraught at the selection, or a happy highest-spec shopper?
|Samsung Galaxy Note II||299.99|
|Samsung Galaxy S4 Active||199.99|
|Samsung Galaxy S4||199.99|
|Samsung Galaxy S4 - 16GB (Certified Like-New)||149.99|
|Samsung Galaxy Note II (Certified Like-New)||149.99|
|Samsung Galaxy S III||99.99|
|LG Optimus G Pro||99.99|
|Samsung Galaxy Rugby Pro||99.99|
|LG Optimus G||49.99|
|HTC One VX||49.99|
|Samsung Galaxy S III (Certified Like-New)||29.99|
|Pantech Flex (Certified Like-New)||Free|
|Pantech Burst (Certified Like-New)||Free|