Motorola Moto X

 
Motorola Moto X
Motorola Moto X
Motorola Moto X

 
Overview
 

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The Design: A well built and compact plastic build with the option of custom making the phone with options such as over colour, pattern and colour accents.
 
The Display: 4.7", AMOLED, 720 x 1280 pixels, 316 ppi pixel density.
 
The Camera: 10MP camera, F2.4 aperture with HDR, 1080p full HD video recording @60fps, 2MP front-facing camera.
 
The Audio: The speaker is located at the bottom of the phone and produces an average sound quality and loudness.
 
The Call Reception & Quality: Both good.
 
The Battery: Capacity: 2200 mAh. Talk time: Up to 13 hours for 3G. Standby time: Up to 250 hours for 3G.
 
The UI Speed: Smooth and fast, with little or no lag even with several demanding applications open in the background.
 
The Overall Experience: The Moto X is solid mid-range phone that fits very well in the hand and offers a slick, user-friendly experience. The 1700 MHz dual core processor and 2GB of RAM ensure it gets through all but the most demanding of tasks with complete ease and the 2200 mAh battery easily gets through a whole day of light to medium use. The camera is good, but not excellent and we recemmend the 32GB model as it doesn't have expandable storage.
 
Design
89%


 
Display
83%


 
Camera
84%


 
Audio
84%


 
Call Reception & Quality
87%


 
Battery
92%


 
UI Speed
90%


 
Overall Experience
89%


 
Value
74%


 
Total Score
86%


User Rating
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Positives


Large 4.7" display, fits very well in the hand, decent camera, some nice software value-adds.

Negatives


Not a HD display ,non-removable battery, non-expandable storage, not cheap for the specs.


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Posted November 27, 2013 by

 
How To Buy
 
 

Things to Consider

Though the Motorola Moto X is a modern smartphone, everyone has different preferences when it comes to what they want from a smartphone.  With that in mind, here are the top things we believe you should be aware of before buying the Moto X:

  • The plastic body of the phone is prone to cracking and scratching if dropped, put in a pocket with metal coins or keys, or handled roughly. We therefore recommend you invest in a case and screen protector (see accessories)
  • The back of the phone is non-removable which means that you can’t expand the storage, can’t replace the battery and repairs are more difficult and expensive than on most other phones, especially without specialist tools
  • The Motorola Moto X uses a nano-SIM

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Full Specs

The Motorola Moto X is a well built mid-range phone that offers some nice software value-adds and solid battery life.

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