Motorola is taking a page from Steve Jobs by trying to "think different" with their latest promotion.

The company's flagship phone, the Moto X, is available to customers for just a penny, so that they can try it out for two weeks. It's a part of their "Try Then Buy" campaign, available today. Once the two weeks is up, customers can either ship back the no-contract phone by printing out a label, or they can simply pay the $349.99 to keep it. Even if you're on the fence about buying it, you can still use Moto Maker to personalize your phone to your liking, one of the Moto X's main features.

It's available for a limited time, so check it out here if you're interested.

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