Motorola's no stranger to flash sales in the UK, but its latest price drop could well be the one that clears its remaining stock ahead of a hardware refresh. Following the phone maker's two-day sale back in May, which saw it introduce healthy price cuts to the Moto X and Nexus 6, Motorola has gone even lower in an attempt to get you to buy a new phone. Third-party sites may have slashed its RRP briefly, but the company has officially cut the price of the Moto X by an impressive £166, pushing the 16GB model down to £229 and the 32GB version to £269 (with Moto Maker customisation included). The newer Nexus 6 gets an £80 reduction, meaning you'll pay £399 for 32GB and £469 for the 64GB model. It's a significant drop when you consider that you would have paid an additional £70 for the Moto X and £50 more for the Nexus 6 during last month's sale. If Motorola has piqued your interest but want a little time to think things over, it's giving you until the end of June to make your mind up.
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