Motorola Moto X Pure Edition review: Moto flies solo
30 January 2016
Conclusion: Motorola’s Moto X Pure Edition is the perfect phone for you as long as you’re not seeking a flashy package. The phone isn’t as bold as Samsung’s Galaxy Note 5 and it lacks the attempted innovation of LG’s V10, but yet Motorola beats those companies’ current flagships in software, customization,...
Summary: During our time with the Moto X Pure Edition, we found ourselves continually evaluating it as if it were a top-shelf, flagship, hero device, in the same class as flagships from LG, Samsung, Apple, and the like. And yet, Moto's flagship costs than those phones.
Pros: Nice Quad HD display, Crisp, clean version of Android, Great design and build quality, Solid overall performance, $399 price point, unlocked
Cons: Battery life, Subpar low-light camera performance, Middling graphics performance
Excerpt: It has been a long time since Motorola made a presence in the Philippines so it is a bit of a surprise that they made another attempt this year. This time, it brought three of its most popular handsets from last year; among them is the 2nd-generation Moto X .
Motorola Moto X Hands-on, First Impressions: Pure Android Bliss
18 July 2015
Excerpt: We go hands-on with the Moto X! If you haven’t heard, Motorola is back in the country, 7 years after their ungraceful exit from the PH market back in 2008. But now they’re back, and they’re bringing three devices with them to the PH: the Moto E, the Moto G and the Moto X.
Excerpt: In its new avataar, the Motorola Moto X is finally a true flagship, both on paper and in real world performance. It's very good value for money, but many may be put off by its weaknesses. The bad camera and limited storage may very well affect its sales.