Excerpt: It's a nice phone but I have not used it for long to give a candid review but so far so good. My only problem is that it gets hot and also I prefer amoled screen to LCD screen but every other thing is excellent.
Excerpt: Using the Moto X daily, the power button and volume rocker are annoying, too low. The speakers are nice and loud. Battery life is, at best, mediocre. Will get about 6hrs use before I notice I must begin charging phone, but the fast charging capabilities are awesome.
Summary: I've had the phone for a while now, and I think I'm ready to share my thoughts on this phone. Let me start with the things I like about the phone. 1. OS: I appreciate how close Moto stays to stock Android. I use Nova Launcher to customize the look and feel. 2.
A Good Compact Phone, with stock Android, but Pathetic Display and Camera
ithehappy, Phone Arena
1 February 2016
Excerpt: I have had this phone for eight to nine months, bought it after a nightmarish software experience with Galaxy S4 I9500. Initially I loved the phone, even with mediocre hardware it was clear than stock Android is so much lightweight and smooth than any skinned Android.
Pros: Compact size, Active Display, Call Quality, Stock Android
Cons: Display, Camera, Build Material for the White model
Summary: The phone is in perfect conditions, however, the box was kind of damaged. The main problem is that the tool needed to remove the sim trail was not included in the box and I was not able to make the phone work with my sim card at the beginnig.
unlocked 2014 model is still a great value with the Android 6.0 update
11 January 2016
Summary: This was one of the top smartphones in 2014, but newer models have been released since then. Performance is still more than adequate for most people. This unlocked version did receive the Android 6.0 (marshmallow) upgrade. We got the upgrade over-the-air in January 2016.