Motorola Moto X review

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The collaboration between Motorola and its owner, Google, has been fruitful and the result is one nice and unique piece of work, ladies and gentlemen: the Moto X. It has been launched almost one month ago, in August, and it brings a neat appearance feature that you won’t stumble upon other devices from the smartphone world. If you’re interested in new tech related apparitions and also enjoy colorful, eye catching designs, check out the following review and find out what exactly makes this gadget so special.
The Moto X measures 129.3 x 65.3 x 10.4 mm and has a reasonable weight of 130 grams, being compact and easy to manage with one hand or slip into pockets. Its build quality is exceptional, feeling very solid and reliable. The coating is water repellent.
At first glance, the Moto X seems to have a pretty simplistic design, without stepping out of the ordinary, but I was telling you earlier something about it being special. The Moto X is exclusively made in the USA and before acquiring it, you have the possibility of customizing its colors, from its buttons ending to its coating, through the Moto Maker or the Moto Match, two applications that enable you to customize your precious exactly according to your wishes. This is pretty cool, if you’re tired of the same black, white, pink or whatever colors you can choose from when buying a phone
Motorola Moto X reviewThe frontal part of the Moto X’s body is home for a 4.7 inches AMOLED display that has a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels, a pixel density of 312 ppi and Corning’s Gorilla Glass protection. The image quality is very good, with bright colors, excellent viewing angles and a great sunlight legibility.
Motorola Moto X CoverThe Moto X comes loaded with Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean and its user interface is pretty raw, as Motorola slightly made a few changes. Browsing through it is very pleasant and fluid, as the interface is friendly, good looking and intuitive.
On the inside, the Moto X holds a Snapdragon S4 Pro chipset that has a dual-core 1.7 GHz Krait processor, 2 GB of RAM, an Adreno 320 GPU and comes in two versions: with 16 or 32 GB of internal storage. Even if it’s only a dual-core, it proves to be a nice performer and delivers a great user experience.
For snapping photos, the Moto X sports a 10 MP camera with autofocus that features the ClearPixel technology, using 1.4 micron pixels and a RGBC matrix that supposedly captures more light. The video camera produces 1080p clips at 30 fps.
The image quality is great both in pictures and videos, with accurate colors and good amount of resolved detail.
The Moto X excels when it comes to audio and video playback, having some very capable players, delivering a great sound and image quality.
Surfing the web is also pleasant, as the phone’s Chrome browser does a great job. The pages are loaded fast and look nice on the phone’s 4.7 inches display.
Some other useful features brought by the Moto X are Google Now, which is an excellent assistant, the Quick Office for viewing and editing document files, 50 GB of storage on Google Drive, an YouTube application, a GPS receiver with A-GPS and GLONASS, an application for locating, locking or erasing the data on your phone in case it gets stolen and so on.
Altogether, the Motorola Moto X is a great smartphone to have and will probably answer to everyone’s needs, as it’s skilled enough to do so and; besides that, it will definitely charm anyone who wishes to have a fully customized droid that can reflect their color related tastes.

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