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Motorola's holding a two-day sale for its top devices in the UK

Nick Summers, @nisummers
May 15, 2015
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If the latest flagships from Samsung and HTC haven't impressed you, now might be a good time to reconsider a Motorola phone. Starting at midnight on May 18th, the company is holding a 48-hour sale in the UK with hefty discounts on the Moto X, Nexus 6 and Moto 360 smartwatch. The Moto X is being cut by £96, pushing the 16GB model down to £299 and the 32GB version to £339. The gargantuan Nexus 6, meanwhile, is being dropped to £449 (32GB) and £519 (64GB), which is just £30 less than the current asking price.

We've seen a few signs pointing to a Moto 360 successor, so a price drop on the original isn't too surprising. A device with a model number similar to the Moto 360 cropped up recently, and Lenovo's CEO was spotted earlier this year with a briefcase full of smartwatch prototypes. In next week's flash sale, the original Moto 360 is being cut to £150 -- a 25 percent reduction, or a £50 saving. It's a sizeable discount and signals an intent by Motorola to quickly clear out stock. Of course, it's not a permanent price-drop, but we wouldn't be shocked to see a bevy of similar sales in the coming months.

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