Reviews and Problems with Motorola Moto X (XT1052 / XT1053 / XT1055 / XT1056 / XT1058 / XT1060)
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Moto X Review
9 May 2014
Summary: There are a few things I wish Motorola did differently. But after hundreds of hours of testing, I think there is no better general Android phone out there. Active Notifications would be enough to get me in the door, but the size, shape, build quality, unfettered software experience and camera speed represent the whole package.
Excerpt: If you're looking for an all-around great, feature-rich phone, the Moto X is a good choice.
Pros: Great battery life, Good display quality, Good camera quality, Good speaker quality, Good graphics performance, Very easy to type on, Comfortable to hold in hand, Great for reading, Very easy to navigate
Cons: Screen resolution is lower than some competitors
Motorola Moto X review: A brilliant Android experience under Rs 25,000
10 December 2013
Summary: At Rs 23,999, Motorola is easily offering the best Android experience outside the Nexus clan and we feel this is the phone to get under Rs 25,000. For this price, you’re getting features that are not available even in the most expensive Android phone today. Add to that support for Wi-Fi ‘ac’, Miracast and the latest version of Android and you have yourself a pretty future proof device.
Summary: While in screen quality and storage capacity it lags behind rival superphones, the Moto X's superbly compact and comfortable design, whiz-bang voice controls, and long battery life make it a worthy Android contender.
Cons: With no expandable storage, space could get tight, especially on the 16GB base model. The screen isn't as big and sharp as those on some competing handsets.
Excerpt: No, your eyes are not deceiving you, this is the second time we've reviewed the Motorola Moto X. This is not something we're going to make a habit of, but in this case we think there's a real need to look at the device as it launches in the UK.
Pros: Great design, nice features over the standard Google offering, fantastic battery life
Cons: More expensive than the Nexus 5 and a lower spec, camera isn't amazing, no Moto Maker customisation (yet)
Excerpt: There are only a few smartphones that release every year and actually turn heads, and the Motorola Moto X is supposed to be one of them. It's Motorola's first flagship since becoming a Google-owned company, so people are watching closely and eagerly.
Pros: Motorola's hardware is brilliant, Android remains solid, customisation options are cool, performance is buttery smooth
Cons: Screen brightness an issue, Touchless Controls is gimmicky, specs are mid-range, price point is high for offering, availability is limited