Motorola's latest flagship, the Moto X Pure Edition (or Moto X Style as it is known globally) launches this month. It starts at $400 and because it is compatible with networks that operate on either the GSM or CDMA standard, it should work on nearly every carrier.
its cheaper Moto G counterpart that came out this year, the phone is not submersible
underwater. It is water-repellent, though, so you don't have to worry
about a few droplets of water here and there.
Bucking the current trend of mobile flagships, the Moto X Pure Edition has a MicroSD card slot so you can expand its
storage up to 128GB on top of the 16, 32 or 64GB of internal storage it
already comes with.
The device has dual front speakers -- as in both speakers will output audio
for music and movies (though only the bottom grille will output phone
calls on speaker), resulting in a louder and fuller experience.