Motorola’s Moto X was easily one of the best phones of 2014, but one of it’s biggest drawbacks was the amount of on-board storage it had available. Maxing out at 32GB, it wasn’t enough for some users. Now in a move that early adopters will hate, Motorola has added a 64GB option to the Pure Edition of the Moto X. 

The extra storage costs an extra $100 over the base 16GB model. That brings the price up to $599. For now the storage bump can only be found on the Pure Edition which works on T-Mobile and AT&T. Are you planning on picking one up?

Source: Motorola