The next-gen Motorola Moto X is faster and more gorgeous than before. If you’ve been a Moto fan for quite some time, this handset won’t disappoint you, albeit it will add more flavors to your experience. Its reliable performance and build quality has bridged the gap between it and its rivals. With various customizable design options available, it’s truly a flagship product revealed by Motorola this time. It truly hits all the right notes with a powerful high-end handset.
It flaunts curved backing, similar to its predecessor and offers a remarkably comfortable hold. It’s more accommodating in comparison to its rival handsets. You won’t find it troublesome at all while flicking trough this incredible device.
With a 5.2-inch OLED display, which is brilliant and vivid, and 5.08 ounces weight, it helps you gain more screen unlike its predecessors. The OLED display flaunts Corning Gorilla Glass 3 and 1080p resolution. This flawlessly designed handset has trimmings upgraded from plastic to metal, which imparts an aesthetic touch to its design, giving you a luxurious feeling. Moreover, you’ll get two color options for the front side and 17 for the back.
It comes equipped with Android 4.4.4. Kitkat and is capable of updating to Android L. Along with this, it contains the usual bundle of Google apps such as Drive, Gmail, Chrome Browser, Maps, etc. It also has various handy software tricks such as digital and search assistant, Moto Voice, which you can activate by simply touching the device. But while using Moto Voice, there are some admonitions that you need to cater to. You need to be in a quiet room and your speech should be clear. You also need to give it ample time to register your command. In addition to this, you’ll also get some preloaded apps from the carrier.
This new version of Moto has jumped a leap in terms of camera, boasting away its 13-megapixels, which can record video in slow motion and in 2,160p ultra HD 4K. Besides, the camera has only a handful of feature, which might be a little disappointing for you if you expect too much out of its 13-megapixels. Simple features like geo-tagging, panoramic shooting and HDR are there. The front-facing 2-megapixel camera can record in 1080p HD. You can take photos while shooting a video and can also pause live recording as per your convenience. More so, you can launch the camera with just one flick of your wrist like in its predecessor.
Data speed is relatively fast over this and the average download and upload rate is also commendable. On average, sites load quite fast over this and installing any games or apps takes only a few seconds. Apart from this, its processor is incredibly swift and graphics intensive games play quite smoothly on it.
Power-driven with 2,300mAh battery, this phone has a standby time of 10.4 days. Though battery is passable, but it is not highly impressive. With moderate usage, it can survive one working day without a charge.
Its US starting price is $100 and $500 both on- and off-contract respectively. With the world immersed in the pool of black slabs and boring color options, this device will make you feel like it’s truly designed for you and reflects your personal style.