Motorola Moto X 2nd Gen

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  • 5.2 inch AMOLED capacitive touchscreen display
  • 13 MP rear camera | 2 MP selfie camera
  • li-ion 2300 mAH battery
  • Quad-core 2.5 GHz Krait 400 Qualcomm MSM8974AC Snapdragon 801
  • 2 GB RAM | 16/32 GB ROM
  • VoLTE supported

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Motorola Moto X 2nd Gen Details

Motorola Moto X 2nd Gen Mobile Phone runs on android OS kitkat version 4.4.4 upgradable to marshmallow version 6.0. The phone boast a 5.2 inch AMOLED capacitive touchscreen display with resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels. Display is secured with Corning Gorilla Glass 3. On accounting cameras, it has a 13 Mega Pixel main camera while 2 Mega Pixel selfie camera. It is also known as successor of Motorola Moto X.

The Motorola Moto X 2nd Gen smartphone is fueled by a li-ion 2300 mAH battery which can’t be removed. battery and promises long hours of utilization before next charge. Discussing processors, mobile phone is packed with Quad-core 2.5 GHz Krait 400 to provide efficient and effective usage without any issues.

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Motorola Moto X 2nd Gen mobile has 2 GB of RAM and 16/32 GB of internal memory and storage expandable slot is not available. It has smooth and sharp design that make gadget look elegant and exquisite.Thickness of phone is just 10 mm. Make a note that it is a single sim (nano) mobile phone.

Motorola Moto X 2nd Gen connectivity highlights include WiFi, 3G, 4G, bluetooth. It has certain sensors like ambient light sensor, gyro, compass, temperature, Accelerometer, proximity, barometer. On the last note, dimension measurement are as follows : 140.8 mm (height) x 72.4 mm (width) x 10 mm (Thickness) and it weighs approximately 144 gm.

Motorola Moto X 2nd Gen Specs


Width Width is horizontal measurement of a cell phone. Wider phones generally offer better viewing experiences. It has 72.4 mm width Width Description

72.4 mm

Height Height is vertical measurement of a device. Taller devices are perfect receipe for an entertainment seeker. It has 140.8 mm height. Height Description

140.8 mm

Thickness Thickness decides slimness of a mobile phone. Slimmer mobile phones provides a perfect finish and offer premium look. This one is 10 mm slim. Thickness Description

10 mm

Weight Weight is the standard unit to calculate how much heavier a mobile is. Listing shows weight in grams. It has 144 gm weight. Weight Description

144 gm

Display and Screen

Screen Size Size of a screen is generally the length of it's diagonals usually presented in inches. It has a 5.2 inch large screen size. Larger screen size is good for better reading and cinematic experience on your phone. Always check for screen-to-body ratio which is used to state bezels of a screen. Bigger screen-to-body ratio confirms minimal bezels and large space for screen size/display on the front panel of handset. Screen Size Description

5.2 inch

Screen Resolution Screen resolution is indication of number of pixels available in a display that forms two sides of rectangle. More pixels means higher screen resolution, that offers better detailing and clarity. This mobile has 1080 x 1920 pixels screen resolution. Screen Resolution Description

1080 x 1920 pixels

Screen Type Type of screen used in making of mobile, it includes LCD, IPS LCD, Amolded and OLED. Motorola Moto X 2nd Gen has AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors. Better screen type offers relatively merrier experience. Screen Type Description

AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors

Touchscreen It is a touchscreen smartphone. Touch screens provide easy tasking capabilities, offers direct and natural interaction with the electronic device. Touchscreen Description

Yes, Multitouch and Capacitive

Pixel Density Pixel density is presented in Pixel per inch. It's display offers 424 PPI pixel density. Pixel Density is the number of pixels on a display divided by the diagonal size of a display. Pixel Density Description

424 PPI

Other Display features

Corning Gorilla Glass 3


Operating System Operating system is a base software to handle basic operations of a machine. It allow users to install third party apps for additional functions. Motorola Moto X 2nd Gen mobile phone runs android OS kitkat version 4.4.4 upgradable to marshmallow version 6.0 OS. Operating System Description

android OS kitkat version 4.4.4 upgradable to marshmallow version 6.0

OS version


Chipset Every mobile phone is equipped with a collection of electronic components into a circuit known as chipset. Smartphones features advanced chipsets that can perform different tasks. It packs a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 chipset. Chipset Description

Qualcomm Snapdragon 801

Number of Cores Mobiles generally features multi-cores in a processor consisting of two or more independent processing units. This device features Quad Core in the processor. Number of Cores Description

Quad Core

Processor clock speed Every CPU (Central Processing Unit) is clocked at some maximum speed. CPU speed is presented in GHz. Motorola Moto X 2nd Gen has a chipset clocked at 2.5 ghz krait 400 CPU speed. Processor clock speed Description

2.5 ghz krait 400

GPU GPU (Graphics Processing Unit) is a part of chipset used to accelearte the the creation of images for output in a display. Advanced GPU is important for providing seamless platform for gamers. It has Adreno 330 GPU installed into it. GPU Description

Adreno 330


Secondary Camera Primary camera is also referred as Back Camera or Main Camera in a smartphone. 2 Mega Pixel primary camera is useful to capture life memories through images and videos. Secondary Camera Description

2 Mega Pixel

Primary Camera Secondary camera is also known as Selfie Shooter or Front Camera in a smartphone. 13 Mega Pixel secondary camera is useful for taking selfies, video calling and others. Primary Camera Description

13 Mega Pixel

Dual Camera Dual Camera means featuring two lenses on a single side of device. First lens here works traditionally while second lens is used for clearing images and zooming when ever required. Motorola Moto X 2nd Gen do not support dual camera setup. Dual Camera Description


Flash Flash is like a torch that is useful for clicking pictures in bad light or low light environmental conditions. This mobile has flash. Flash Description


Primary camera features

Geo-tagging, touch focus, face detection, panorama, HDR, 29mm, 1/3", 1.13 µm), autofocus

Secondary camera features

f/2.2, 1080p

Memory and storage

RAM It is Random Access Memory (RAM) which is responsible for storing primary data for the applications running on a phone. This one packs 2 GB RAM. RAM Description

2 GB

Internal Memory Internal memory is also known as ROM (Read Only Memory) means data stored here cannot be erased instead it can be deleted and rewritten. Higher internal memory allow users to store more photos, videos and files on their mobile. It packs 16 GB internal storage. Internal Memory Description

16 GB

Card Slot Card Slot is used to expand internal memory of a mobile. This mobile does not have card slot Card Slot Description


Network and Connectivity



Bluetooth version Bluetooth is the wireless technology used to exchange data between mobile devices. It has Bluetooth 4.0, A2DP, EDR, LE, aptX built-in. Bluetooth version Description

4.0, A2DP, EDR, LE, aptX

SIMS Multiple SIMs allow users to access several network carriers in a single device. This mobile phone offers Single SIM. SIMS Description






4G It supports 2G, 3G and 4G networks. 4G network offers relaively better download and upload speed than 3G and 2G networks and so on. 4G Description


VOLTE VoLTE (Voice over LTE) is the latest technology that allow users to make calls over LTE network.VoLTE network is available in India through Reliance Jio, Airtel and Vodafone (Testing Phase). VoLTE is supported by the device. VOLTE Description




Wifi Version Wi-Fi is a wireless networking protocol that allow devices to communicate without internet. It supports WiFi version Wi-Fi Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band, DLNA, hotspot. Wifi Version Description

Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band, DLNA, hotspot

Infrared Infrared in a cellphone is a wireless technology that allow users to control their home use devices using remote sensors. It does not have Infrared sensor. Infrared Description


USB USB (Universal Serial Bus) used for connection for many devices. There are several types of USB Ports on a device including support of USB-OTG. Motorola Moto X 2nd Gen have several USB ports. USB Description


GPS GPS (Global Positioning System) is a radio navigation system that allow users to access locational features on their cellphone. It has GPS support with additional features like A-GPS. GPS Description


GPS features

Yes, with A-GPS, GLONASS

NFC NFC (Near Field Communication) allows two devices within very short distance to communicate and transfer data between them. Used for contactless payment systems in mobiles. It has NFC support. NFC Description


Battery and Power

Battery Capacity Higher capacity batteries offers longer hours of usage in a single charge. It has a 2300 mAH battery filled into it. Battery Capacity Description

2300 mAH

Removable It has inbuilt battery therefore battery cannot be removed. Removable Description


Quick charge It's battery do support quick charge technology. Fast charging quickly fills up your battery juice. Quick charge Description



Accelerometer Accelerometer sensor is used in a mobile to detect the tilting motion and orientation of the phone. It has a inbuilt accelerometer sensor into it. Accelerometer Description


Proximity Proximity sensor is used in devices to detect the presence of nearby objects without being in physical contact with them. It has a inbuilt proximity sensor. Proximity Description


Ambient Light Ambient Light sensor automatically adjust brightness of your phone to save battery power. It has a Ambient Light sensor. Ambient Light Description


Fingerprint Sensor Fingerprint sensor is an electronic device which records pattern of your fingerprint through a live scan. It is a form of biometric authentication. It is used in smartphones to secure their data by applying fingerprint lock. This device does not have a fingerprint sensor. Fingerprint Sensor Description


Gyroscope Gyro sensor or Gyroscope adds an extra dimension i.e. rotation measurement to what accelerometer does. It does not have a inbuilt gyroscope sensor. Gyroscope Description


Compass Compass works due to a magnetometer sensor which measures the strength and direction of magnetic fields. By this, your phone always know in which direction is North. It has capability of Compass. Compass Description


Hall Sensor Hall Effect Sensor is used to lock/disable the screen in smart phones whenever a flip cover, equipped with magnets, touches the screen. It does not have a inbuilt Hall sensor. Hall Sensor Description


Barometer Barometer is used to measure atmospheric pressure. Barometer sensor on a mobile is helpful in better positioning/navigation and pressure drops. It has a inbuilt Barometer sensor. Barometer Description



Headphone Jack


Loud Speaker



HTML5 Android


SMS(threaded view), MMS, Email, Push Email, IM

Music Player


Video Player


FM Radio


Document Reader


25 reviews for Motorola Moto X 2nd Gen
Note : **Some of the reviews are picked from flipkart, Amazon and other e-stores.

  1. Rated 1 out of 5

    Sanjeev Ranjan

    Worst phone on this earth…… i bought it 2 months back….. i wasted my all the money on this phone….screen cost 19000… not LCD.. Just front screen.. so be careful before buying.

    To Motorola(If yo are listening):It fell down from very low height. screen broken. I am not able to use it now becuse glass partical started coming out. My phone is packed now(Not in use). Please help me to get my screen changed in possible cost. i am ready pay upto 8k. 18900 is too much to replace only front glass.. If i have to pay 18900 for just screen i can buy different better phone instead. My LCD is perfectly fine only upper glass is broken. At least be practical in product accessories cost. I was a big fan of motorola and i invested my all hard earned money into that. but end of the day this incident sucks.. plz help….plz help Motorola….

  2. Rated 1 out of 5

    Juhi Singh

    I bought this phone in December 2014 for 29k under an offer floated by Flipkart. This phone is amazing when it comes to its features and looks. However, if you are looking for a durable phone this is not for you ’cause even a small drop can completely shatter the screen of the phone and getting a replacement form motorola at feasible price is just not possible. They charge around 21,500 for replacement of the screen i.e almost the 75% of the amount at which i bought the phone.
    My screen was damaged as it slipped from my hand and tumbled 2 feet down on to the floor. Its other functions were intact and responsive. I had a word with customer care on their toll free number. They informed me that the replacement will cost me around Rs. 21,500/-. I don’t mind shelling out some feasible amount to get the screen replaced but charging 21,500/- is preposterous!. I believe even Apple doesn’t charge such humongous price for a repair. Also in US Motorola offers a free one time replacement of the screen which is unfortunately not applicable in India. on top of it the so called authorised service centers of motorola ( read the one in Okhla which deals with repair of motox 2) are just not responsive. Most of the time they will not pick up the phone and if by chance they pick it up they will keep you on hold without responding.

    So please give a good thought before buying this phone, ’cause once you drop it you will be left with no option but to pay 21.5k for replacement and to deal with their unresponsive customer service.

  3. Rated 1 out of 5

    Karan gill

    First of all i had earlier given the Moto x 2nd gen 5 Stars. And yes the product is sleek and the performance is good too. But the only reason i am disappointed is the COSTUMER SUPPORT. Face it you will definitely drop your phone at one point or another. I dropped my phone from my bedside and the screen shattered but the touch screen is working. I contacted the service centre in Chandigarh the guy there was unaware that the moto x 2nd gen has been launched ( Weird). He said he will get back to me but didn’t so
    i called and called but no one answered ( Btw the service centres have been leased to third party. There is no dedicated MOTOROLA SERVICE CENTRE IN INDIA ). Finally i called the okhla service centre in New Delhi and then he dropped the MOTO BOMB – ?20000 to replace the screen even though the touch screen works well .

    So just think about real hard if you want to go in for a mobile which might cost you ?32000 +?20000= ?52000
    The math is simple. And trust don’t believe the GORILLA GLASS CRAP. the phone will not survive a 3 foot drop.
    My love for MOTOROLA only lasted 2 months.

  4. Rated 1 out of 5

    Pavan Kumar Adapala

    Guys Don’t buy this phone and suffer. Performance of the phone is very good and I got Lollipop update also but display crashed after fell down from 2 foot hight. Accidentally phone fell down from my cot which is less than 2 feet hight and display crashed. I have taken this to service centre for display repair and my heart almost stopped for while beacuse screen repair cost is Rs. 20,000(in Hyderabad). I bougt this phone on big billion day @ Rs. 27,000/-. Its been a 2 months of usage. I cant spend 20,000 for just display also I can’t use this phone as well. My eyes are crying like anything.

    Also Battery performance is pathatic. You have to use it like a land line phone. 3 times a day charging requeired if you use 3G network.

    I request you to don’t buy any Motorola phones ever and ever. I suggested Moto’s many of friends and family(You Dont belive 15+ motorola phones purchased from my account) now i am feeling regretted for this.

    I request flipkart to help me in this.

  5. Rated 1 out of 5

    Ujjwal Kathpalia

    Anybody can drop a phone and that is absolutely OK I guess !But demanding 20 k for screen is absolutely ridiculous. It was 2 months since I bought this phone and was quite happy with the performance and build of this phone , though durability was always a question in my mind , but there was no phone at this great price and no doubt it is a great phone .BUT it scores 0 in durability.. If a phone cannot withstand minor blow then whats the point , we do not buy phones just for showing off what we have in out smart phone category ….
    my phone could not withstand a minor 5 inch fall and the screen fall apart .the so called GORILLA GLASS ..did not had strength to withstand that …and when it dropped i was absolutely OK! cause the same has happened with my Iphone4s couple of times…but this time i experienced something different and strange ,,

    Completely heart broken i am thinking should i buy a new phone worthing 20k or should i go with the screen change . 🙁

  6. Rated 5 out of 5

    Nishant Das Patnaik

    I have been using iPhone since 2009 till mid 2014. Bought HTC One M8 and used it for 4 months till I dropped it in water and it died. Being impatient and rebellious I dared to buy the Samsung Galaxy S5 but then silently sold it for 10K less in just 4 days. S5 had huge specs, the best in town but it was not “usable”. Meaning I missed 7 out of 10 calls when the phone is place on a sofa or cushion or bed due to its surprisingly low volume and this happened even if the place is quiet. Secondly the heat of the phone hurts if you use it continuously for just even 15 mins, not just the battery but the screen becomes horribly hot. Then the every irritating and gimmicky TouchWiz. I don’t know what is worst on earth than this. Hence I was desperately searching for a “usable” phone with high-end specs. Moto X is what I was exactly looking for.

    Design: It has this metal frame which just feels premium but also helps your phone remain cool. The rubber back provides great grip and the Moto logo dimple is pretty helpful for increased grip while your on a call. The bulged metal speaker grills feel quite good too.

    Software: The OS is pure Android with non-intrusive modifications. This phone shall be one of first non-nexus phones to receive the much awaited Android L update. The phone has cute little animations that pop-up on the home screen itself that will pleasantly surprise you. I love the bed-bug.

    The specs are are fantastic and have been tweaked to use the power only when its required.

    The Moto X’s Moto Display is absolutely useful. You won’t believe how helpful it is until you have used it. And on an average it use less battery than when you repeatedly wake up the phone to check notifications.

    Audio: The frontal speaker is very loud and clear. It has a rich output but not as good as HTC One M8 tough. But having used to M8’s sound I personally didn’t find it to be that bad. Its more than average. The phone comes with very ergonomic earphone with reasonably deep bass but it feels cheap and lacks a remote to control music playback like “next”, “forward”, “back” etc. The Phone’s earpiece is just a bit low in volume. That would mean you “might” struggle hearing in a loud place, but then it has a benefit that the other party’s voice is not heard even in a quite room with people in it e.g. conference rooms etc.

    Camera: The camera is not as good as iPhone 5S’s or Galaxy S5’s but it can be best used in broad sunlight or in bright artificial lights because thats when you would have the least noise.
    The ring flash is just a design and it doesn’t have any major impact on the overall picture quality when compared to normal led flash cameras on similar phones. The front camera is slow and not good for taking selfies but I don’t use it for that. The good part of it is that it can offer better video chat quality on Skype or Hangouts when on low bandwidth networks like 3G due its low resolution which will consume less data.

    Storage: Before buying the phone, I was wishing hard that the phone to be have a MicroSD slot. But when I actually used it I found it has about 10.66 GB of user space on the device. I have installed all possible messaging and social networking apps, few 2D games, productivity apps ~ 1GB , with about 100 songs ~ 500MB, migrated about 40 photos ~ 50MB and still I’m left with about 8GB of space remaining. Thats should work for an average user.

    Battery: Lasts for a day (10AM to 8PM) with WiFi, 3G, Location turned-on still left with 20%. With an average of checking Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp updates in about 30 mins frequency.

  7. Rated 1 out of 5

    Namrata Suri

    I brought this phone on 07 Oct with great expectations.. My first big buy on flipkart but both flip and motorola showed how to behave like true profit hogging, bad coys! Read on and learn from others bad experiences.

    First the phone:- it was very nice for the 33 days it worked!! The android is seamless and the display is good. It also works very intelligently with Moto voice and detect. But the battery life is too less and the camera is average in good light only. It also hanged a couple of times & dropped calls which rarely happened in my previous HTC Desire and Samsung S2. The MOTO migrate software didnt work very well which was an irritant but i still liked the phone.

    Then two days ago the display went blank (34 days since delivery). I tried everything and called Flipkart three times. Since the 30 days return time was over, there response varied only from cold n stupid to rude. When i told them that there was a thin hairline crack on the panel even though i have never dropped it the woman at the call centre says that this can happen even if you sit down hard with the phone in your back pocket or throw it on the bed. A stupid explanation for a Rs 30000/- phone with Gorilla Glass3.
    A sr floor manager Mr Rajiv says with pride that 30 days return is for all products from Rs 100 to Rs 1 Lakh, so my hard spent money wasted in 35 days is of no concern to flipkart! Also they donot tell the product coy to repair/ replace faulty products.

    Ofcourse, flipkart took a full 20 days to deliver the phone after a number of calls. but hehad no excuses for the 15 extra days they took.

    As for Motorola, the service centre for Jamshedpur is as bad as Flipkart. They have asked for RS 12000/- to repair the display in 4 days or replace the phone. After taking the advance they now say it can take 15 days as the kits come from Kolkatta.

    In all a horrible experience and I will stick to buying known big brands from shops only!!

  8. Rated 1 out of 5

    Lipika Murarka

    This phone is the biggest nightmare!! Screen cracks up within 2 weeks of buying and guess how jus by falling few inches from the ground..After sales is even worst..The cost to replace the same is 22000. Is this y ppl ll buy moto x for..Big NO

  9. Rated 1 out of 5

    Ashwin Kumar

    I bought this phone 3 months ago. Gave it 5 stars the very next day. Loved every bit of the phone.

    Today, it slipped from my friend’s hand while he was sitting and taking a selfie. A 2 FEET FALL. THE SCREEN JUST CRACKED. Isn’t this supposed to have gorilla glass 3 ? Shouldn’t the screen withstand the hammer test? Then why did it break for a 2 feet fall?
    After this, I read on the FORUMS in the MOTOROLA OFFICIAL WEBSITE. (Look for /posts/5982165c89 in FORUMs.MOtorola.COm) Look at the number of cases of phone screens cracking in the first 2-3 months itself! Shocking.

    The service center told me that it’ll cost 18000 to repair! 🙁 🙁 I’ve come to the stage of regretting having spent 32000 almost on this phone.

    Currently, my phone isn’t working. It powers on but the touch doesn’t work. The screen is showing all weird colors.

    I’M VERY VERY DISAPPOINTED WITH THE BUILD OF THE PHONE. The phone is wide and long, they should have done something to keep it strong and rugged!

    Seriously, a 2 feet fall and I now need to spend 18000/- for a repair? SCREW IT!

  10. Rated 1 out of 5

    Nilambar Dash

    Heard a lot about the phone before having one. Finally, ordered on Moto X2 32GB on 23rd January 2015. It was really nice till March end (2 months only). Then, the battery showed it’s real magic. It last only for 2 hours after full charge even though there are no games, songs or movies loaded into it. The hand set becomes so hot that you can’t even touch it. The worst p[art is, the front screen got damaged when it fell down from 2 ft heights only even on a mat. Of course it was my mistake, but I didn’t expect that the body of such an expensive phone (I bought it @ Rs 33000) is so weak. Now at the service center they are telling it will cost me Rs 16000 to repair this. You can get a beautiful phone with all the features with this price. I have seen another Moto X2 with the same problem (Battery Problem, Heating and screen damage). Will never buy Motorola phones again and won’t suggest anybody also.

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