Motorola Moto X

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Colours :-   White (front panel), Black, 18 color options (back panel)

  • 4.7 inch AMOLED capacitive touchscreen display
  • 10 MP rear camera | 2 MP selfie camera
  • li-ion 2200 mAH battery
  • Dual-core 1.7 GHz Krait 300 Qualcomm MSM8960DT Snapdragon S4 Pro
  • 2 GB RAM | 16/32/64 GB ROM
  • VoLTE supported

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Motorola Moto X Details

Motorola Moto X Mobile Phone runs on android OS Jelly Bean version 3 upgradable to lollipop version 5.1. The phone boast a 4.7 inch AMOLED capacitive touchscreen display with resolution of 720 x 1280 pixels. Display is secured with Corning Gorilla Glass 3. On accounting cameras, it has a 10 Mega Pixel main camera while 2 Mega Pixel selfie camera. It is also known as predecessor of Motorola Moto X 2nd Gen.

The Motorola Moto X smartphone is fueled by a li-ion 2200 mAH battery which can’t be removed. battery and promises long hours of utilization before next charge. Discussing processors, mobile phone is packed with Dual-core 1.7 GHz Krait 300 to provide efficient and effective usage without any issues.

You can also check out : Moto X 2017 specifications and best price

Motorola Moto X mobile has 2 GB of RAM and 16/32/64 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 10.4 mm. Make a note that it is a single sim (nano) mobile phone.

Motorola Moto X 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 : 129.3 mm (height) x 65.3 mm (width) x 10.4 mm (Thickness) and it weighs approximately 130 gm.

Motorola Moto X Specs

Dimensions

Width Width is horizontal measurement of a cell phone. Wider phones generally offer better viewing experiences. It has 65.3 mm width Width Description

65.3 mm

Height Height is vertical measurement of a device. Taller devices are perfect receipe for an entertainment seeker. It has 129.3 mm height. Height Description

129.3 mm

Thickness Thickness decides slimness of a mobile phone. Slimmer mobile phones provides a perfect finish and offer premium look. This one is 10.4 mm slim. Thickness Description

10.4 mm

Weight Weight is the standard unit to calculate how much heavier a mobile is. Listing shows weight in grams. It has 130 gm weight. Weight Description

130 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 4.7 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

4.7 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 720 x 1280 pixels screen resolution. Screen Resolution Description

720 x 1280 pixels

Screen Type Type of screen used in making of mobile, it includes LCD, IPS LCD, Amolded and OLED. Motorola Moto X 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 312 PPI pixel density. Pixel Density is the number of pixels on a display divided by the diagonal size of a display. Pixel Density Description

312 PPI

Other Display features

Corning Gorilla Glass 3

Platform

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 mobile phone runs android OS Jelly Bean version 3 upgradable to lollipop version 5.1 OS. Operating System Description

android OS Jelly Bean version 3 upgradable to lollipop version 5.1

OS version

5.1

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 S4 Pro chipset. Chipset Description

Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro

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

Dual Core

Processor clock speed Every CPU (Central Processing Unit) is clocked at some maximum speed. CPU speed is presented in GHz. Motorola Moto X has a chipset clocked at 1.7 ghz krait 300 CPU speed. Processor clock speed Description

1.7 ghz krait 300

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 320 GPU installed into it. GPU Description

Adreno 320

Camera

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. 10 Mega Pixel secondary camera is useful for taking selfies, video calling and others. Primary Camera Description

10 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 do not support dual camera setup. Dual Camera Description

No

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

Yes

Primary camera features

Geo-tagging, touch focus, face detection, panorama, HDR, 30mm, 1/2.6", 1.4 µm), autofocus

Secondary camera features

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

No

Network and Connectivity

Bluetooth

Yes

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

Single

2G

Yes

3G

Yes

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

Yes

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

Yes

WiFi

Yes

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

No

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 have several USB ports. USB Description

Yes

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

Yes

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

Yes

Battery and Power

Battery Capacity Higher capacity batteries offers longer hours of usage in a single charge. It has a 2200 mAH battery filled into it. Battery Capacity Description

2200 mAH

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

Non-Removable

Quick charge It's battery do not support quick charge technology. Fast charging quickly fills up your battery juice. Quick charge Description

No

Sensors

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

Yes

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

Yes

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

Yes

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

No

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

No

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

Yes

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

No

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

Yes

Miscellaneous

Headphone Jack

Yes

Loud Speaker

Yes

Browser

HTML5 Android

Messaging

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

Music Player

Yes

Video Player

Yes

FM Radio

No

Document Reader

Yes

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

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Rishabh Gupta

    The moto X was not designed like others. It was all about a decent phone with excellent performance over countless meaningless sub standard features.

    Coming to the processor. Yes it has a Dual core processor but that’s not where the story ends.
    1 It has a 2 core Snapdragon S4 CPU for general usage of the phone
    2 It has a 4 core Adreno 320 GPU for performance gaming etc
    3 It has 1 core For dedicated contextual computing and gesture recognition making it more fluid
    4 It has 1 core especially for natural language processing making it more likely to understand any form of speech input

    That’s a total of 8 cores all managed by Motorola X8 computing system. A dedicated core for each of the specific function means an enhanced battery life and optimization of usage. So in reality it’s Octa-Core but since you don’t need all of them running together at all times their functions have been segregated.

    Another complaint made by people is about Active display. Yes you can grab an app for that but here’s what you should know. Moto X uses AMOLED display which unlike IPS display does not use the entire screen while using active display. So if you use active display on IPS LCD it will drain your battery. On Moto X it only uses the part that’s enough for showing notifications and thus you won’t be running to charge it every few hours.
    In my opinion Motorola is giving a phone that boasts of performance and near Vanilla Android experience instead of adding stuff that doesn’t matter. Also 720p was deliberate to further enhance performance and improve battery life and you’ll hardly notice any difference

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Jasmeet Singh

    This review is to explain the performance comparison between Moto X and Moto G and Return on Investment if you buy them.

    I am an owner of Sony Xperia SP which has same processor as Moto X : Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro (1.7 GHz Dual Core Krait with Adreno 320 GPU). The fact is that this processor is very fast. If you go by benchmarks my Xperia SP scores around 8200 in Quadrant and 21000 in Antutu which will be almost same in Moto X too if not better. Moto X has more RAM (2 GB) than Xperia SP which has 1 GB, so definitely it will perform better.

    But if you want to compare it’s performance with Moto G, the Quad Cortex A7 CPU in Moto G from Qualcomm will give almost same CPU performance (little bit less) which means each Cortex A7 is half as powerful as a Krait at 1.7GHz. But if you compare GPU with Moto G which has Adreno 305, Moto X will have a decent win with Adreno 320.

    So if performance in games is not a big factor, then Moto G isn’t a bad option, given that it costs 10k less. If you are going to use Whatsapp, normal games, calling, definitely Moto G is the best option out there.

    Next comes screen. Both have 720p screens. 4.5 inch in Moto G and 4.7 inch in Moto X. Moto X’s screen will be little better definitely. The size doesn’t makes a big difference. Both are decent sized. My Xperia SP is 4.6 inch 720p and it is very comfortable to hold and very sharp. (~320 ppi, as good as iPhone 5s).

    The main differentiating point would be a camera and some voice awake features. The Camera on Moto X will be definitely better than Moto G, but is it worth the extra 10k?, you decide. I don’t think so. You can buy a decent point-and-shoot in that price.

    I really like the wooden texture Moto X devices, but they increase the price by another 2k, it is a personal choice if you want to go for it.

    So if you are a complete geek user and performance matters a lot to you, be aware Moto X is not the best performing device out there. Then you should better look at Nexus 5, Xperia Z1, etc which are actually top-of the line.

    If you are a mid-range user who will use normal apps, normal games, then deciding between Moto G and Moto X can be a big problem for you. Moto X will definitely give you a better feeling as owner, but it comes wit a price (10k more than Moto G).

    To help you out, think this way: If you think better Camera and some extra features like Voice Awake, Active Display and a little more snappier CPU performance are not worth the extra 10k than Moto G’s price, then definitely go with Moto G. It will save you a lot of money and give decent performance. If you want a decent Camera phone, much better GPU performance and the high end status associated with Moto X, go with Moto X by paying the money.

    Some other features: Moto G is dual SIM, Moto X is single sim. It shouldn’t matter much.

    I hope it helps.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Deepak GR

    By now you’d already know about the hardware and software. This is the best phone for user experience on android. The problem is you have to own it to feel it.

    I will just give heads up while choosing colors of the back cover. It has more to it than just colors.

    The dark colors like Black and Royal Blue back cover has an soft rubbery feel, so has better grip and won’t slip easily. While the rest of the colors have smooth feel back cover which are slippery. This was intentional since the soft touch back cover attracts dust and dirt and are not suitable for light color as it will get dirty after a while.

    I didn’t go for the wood version only for design reasons. All the regular versions back cover are of single piece plastic and blends well with the front, while the wood version are made of 2 pieces, first is the plastic frame and then second the wood itself. So, when you hold it you will feel that gap in between the wood and plastic frame. Also was not sure about the durability.

    None of these would matter if you get a case, the question is do you want to?. I don’t like to have a case so I went for the black version.

    This is the kind of phone which makes you feel good after using it rather than before using it like the spec heavy phones. And it is priced perfectly too. Good job there by flipkart since they import the phones and decide on the prices.

    This is the best phone in this range, or even the best phone at < 40k range. If its within your budget, "Buy it and say Hello to Moto".

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    Elison Niven

    This phone has features that no other phone has.

    1) Active display
    This feature is so addictive that I am not buying any other phone that does not have active display. It is this significant. Just lift the phone, or take it out of your pocket and the screen shows all the information you need in a battery efficient way without you having to press the power button.

    2) Touchless control
    Give commands to your phone without turning the screen on. While going to bed, and my phone is lying somewhere else in the room, I just say “OK Google now, wake me up at 7 AM” and that’s it. No need to touch the phone. Also just say “Ok Google now, what’s up” and the phone will say the time and read your notifications 🙂
    Note : This feature requires Internet connectivity.

    3) Flick wrist to launch Camera
    This is not a gimmick and works everytime. Need I say more. You can say this can be achieved by other apps but the key here is achieving this without sacrificing battery life.

    4) Motorola Spotlight stories
    Moto has teamed up with Pixar animation studios and produced wonderful animated stories. Nothing to add to the features of the phone but it is something that will make you smile, and everyone else will just look in awe and surprise.

    This phone has Android 4.4.2 and timely updates. This phone received Android 4.4 even before the Nexus 4.

    And to everyone comparing the hardware with the Nexus 5, just use the phone once. The phone has zero lag and the size is perfect too. The 720p screen is just enough at 4.7″ screens.

    The key here is that Motorola made a custom 8 core hardware for this phone. 2 core application processor, 4 core GPU, 1 core natural language processing and 1 core for contextual computing. The battery life is exactly as advertised and I am happily using it since last 3 months. (Got mine from the US, I have the 32 GB version.)

    Cons :
    The sound output from the speaker is not very loud. But again, it is not very low too.
    Also No FM Radio, if you care about that.

    EDIT:
    I saw a few reviews where the reviewer is giving 1 star and complaining that it is overpriced. That is really a lame thing to do. The cost of the phone is 400 USD for 16 GB version in the US. That is 24460 INR according to the exchange rate today (19th March 2014). How is this phone overpriced? This is the first time a phone is sold at a price EVEN BELOW than the original price in the USA. Compare the Nexus 4 and Nexus 5 prices in India and in the USA.

    Also few reviewers complain about the “1.7 GHz dual core processor”. On paper better specs do not make a better phone. Use the phone once and you will know.

  5. Rated 5 out of 5

    A Agarwal

    I HAVE USED THIS PHONE for two months.
    This phone is about balance. Doing away with gimmicks that you don’t need. and using the available resources to the optimum to provide you the experience that matters to you.
    There are always compromises you have to make with price, size, features, performance, battery life. This one strikes the right balance in most cases.

    Pros:
    – solid premium build not plasticky like samsung or other phones. optimum size
    – nice display active notifications, touchless controls, moto assist(especially drive mode)
    – fast performance / bare bones android,
    – Battery life (24 hours),
    – really nice soft touch back plate and colors,
    – fast kitkat updates,
    – awarded most innovative phone of 2013
    Cons:
    – No SD card slot / 32 GB variant (but most users dont require that kind of memory)
    – Camera is good but not the best

    Things to keep in mind:
    – mid range specs don’t matter. the software is optimized. do you ask about specs while buying an iPhone? they actually save battery life
    – 720p screen – Human eye cannot detect the difference. it saves battery.

    Features in detail—

    Battery Life
    I am not a heavy user. But definitely use it for more than a couple of hours of web, one hour of whats app, and an hour maybe of calls. but still lasts me more than 24 hours.

    Body / Built:
    I have a Navy blue model. the back is just nice and soft to touch. its just unlike anything else. It has almost a ceramic like touch. The size of this phone is the sweet spot manufacturers have been trying to hit since the beginning. The curved body fits in your hand like no other phone. Its thicker but feels very slim because of the curve.
    And you can still use it with one hand.
    The feel is of one really solid and dense well built phone. And look out for that dimple on the back.
    In comparison Samsung feels cheap and plasticky.

    Software Features:
    1) Active display :
    you pick up the phone or move it, and it shows you the notifications in a very energy efficient manner. notifications pulse through the screen. I have gotten so used to it, that I stare at the lifeless screens of other phones waiting for them to come to life, only to realize that they can’t do it. It really useful and a week later you will think why don’t other phones have it. Well thats because they are not that innovative.

    2) Moto Assist :
    One day I was driving back from work and suddenly my phone spoke up. ” you have have received a new message would you like me to read it” I said yes and it read me the message. Also it asked me if I wanted to reply back. I said yes and it replied back to the person. And all without ever touching it or taking my eyes off the road. It also asks you the same for calls. Also it starts playing songs form your phone once you start driving. And of course it detects whether you are driving on its own.

    3) Touchless Control :
    What siri should have been in the first place. I misplaced my phone in the room once. I yelled “ok Google now, Find my phone” the phone started beeping and I found it below the couch. It really is marvelous. it works. You can even play songs while driving using this feature. Or ask about the weather. or send a text message. Or just ask What’s up and it will tell you all your notifications.

    4) Moto migrate
    It helps you migrate from your old android. it really is simple. and easy way to migrate everything including your songs to your new phone.

    Hardware:
    The 1.7 dual core processor is just the main processor. there are 3 other processors here.
    1. Contextual processor : it keeps track of your phone’s movements.
    2. Language processor : it keeps listening to you always. ALWAYS.
    3. The GPU : processes graphics
    This is done so that the main processor can focus on its job and these functions can be performed while using minimum battery. This is a highly innovative design which no other manufacturer has.

    Screen:
    really good battery saving screen. colors are very vivid yet accurate.

    Overall Moto X is really worth the price. don’t get misguided by specs. This phone has to be experienced to know its true nature. I have seen many iPhone fans convert after seeing this.

  6. Rated 5 out of 5

    Vineet Sajwan

    Pros:
    1) Active Display: (Very very usefully feature. Now I can get a sneak peak of messages from whatsapp,FB,Gmail, default msging app etc )
    2) Touchless control: Not very responsive because of India accent, I think but very useful feature and makes your phone stand out from other android phones.
    3) Motorola assist
    4) OTG [YES!!! MOTO X has OTG feature and I have tested it myself. Now you need to worry about 16G(11 GB available) memory limit]. Also you might have read that KITKAT upgrade killed this feature however 4.2.2 version has resolved this issue
    5) 10MP camera (People are complaining about it however I do not find it bad either. It has very good features to improve picture taken. Good low light pictures.
    6) Battery backup – One day battery backup under average usage. I charge it every night.
    7) Very fast charging – 5% to 100% in just 2 hours or less. Also charger supplied has two usb ports.
    8) Speaker quality is very good and loud
    9) Voice quality over call is also very very good. Rest depends on your network/area.
    10) Very good screen size – Neither too big nor too small, JUST PERFECT. Can easily be operated by one hand. Not too wide.
    11) Amoled display. No pixelation of icons.
    12) Very good software and hardware blend.
    a) Dual core processor. I know you must be thinking that even Moto G has quad core then why motorola did not put same in his upper segment phone. So, my suggestion to you is that performance does come with numbers like quad, octa it comes with synchronization between hardware and software for eg. Iphones (All dual core), Lumia (All dual core except some recent once 1520 etc). So remove this point form your mind
    b) Except dual core processor its has quad core GPU
    c) Two dedicated processors for contextual and language processing.
    d) 2GB RAM (It matters a lot.).

    13) 4G ready (Yes, Its true)
    14) NFC
    15) 50GB Google drive storage (I thinks its free for two years)
    16) I do not remember rest of the features. OOPS 🙂

    Cons (Not for me):
    1) Nano sim card: Do not try to become hero to trim down your SIM. Instead of it call your network provider and ask for a NANO SIM. I ordered mine from Vodafone through courier for Rs. 25/- only.
    2) Handsfree – Average quality (Was not an Issue for me.)
    3) No FM – Who cares. Might be future updates will have this.

    Must Do After Purchasing (I am not forcing):
    1) Do purchase a mobile cover/screen guard which must covers screen.
    2) Do buy an OTG cable. It will cost somewhere around 50 – 100 bucks.
    3) Do install ES File explorer if you want to access flash drive attached to your device using OTG cable.
    4) Buy a good quality handsfree/headphone.

    OK GOOGLE NOW :: Conclude it here 🙂

  7. Rated 5 out of 5

    Flipkart Customer

    I received my Moto X today. Flipkart amazing job on delivery. I got it within 36 hours which is awesome! Ordered on March 26 at 2:30 AM and received it today on March 28th, 2014 at 11:30AM.

    My first impressions, I got the white version of the Moto X cause I was tired of the black versions. I would have loved to have the Royal Blue version of this phone, but my impatience got the better of me.

    Coming to the phone, it is fantastic to hold, perfect ergonomics, and really nice texture on the back. The smooth finish is what your fingers would love when you hold the phone. Call quality is fantastic. In fact, in some calls that I took this afternoon, I had to reduce the speaker volume manually (yes that loud!)

    I am not a pixel picker so cant really compare screens with other major droids in the market, but as a heavy user (I use Facebook and Whatsapp all day long and also listen to 1 or 2 hours of music and play some games on my phone). The screen i.e. the 720p Amoled display is perfect! It uses less power and keeps the phone going for longer. I am yet to test the battery completely but I have not charged the phone since I received it and it was at 30% odd charge when I unboxed it and set it up. But it went on for a good 3 hours before it game me the battery low signal.

    The touchless control is fantastic to use (my colleagues are like super impressed) with the touchless control calling feature. Works like a charm every single time. I used it to do a couple of google searches, launch applications, send texts, and and call my wife. Worked smooth as silk.

    The initial set up of touchless control takes some time cause you really need to be in a quiet room (really quiet.) I tried to set it up once in my cabin with nothing but the AC on and it wouldnt let me. Eventually, I switched off the AC and it worked just fine. Just shows how sensitive the microphone is and really perceptive. You have 3 microphones on this beast!

    The camera – common guys there aint much to complain about. Its not bad at all. Pictures come out just fine (you wont go oh my god what a snap!) but they are absolutely cool. I have seen a lot of people complaining about the camera but it aint all that bad.

    The sound quality is fantastic and the phone is loud!

    Get this phone now. Really nice buy for the price.

  8. Rated 5 out of 5

    Shubham Sharma

    Let me come straight down to review without any ado:

    Performance: The Motorola X8 Mobile computing system does the job pretty well. Long story short.. its as good as Nexus 5, no lag no glitch, nothing at all. Absolutely amazing performance.

    GPU: It does an amazing job, graphics rendering is just great and this can handle huge resource hogging game with no sweat!

    Ergonomics: Unlike many phones out there, this device is just a pleasure to hold. The back contour is absolutely amazing, gives a perfect grip while placing calls or while playing games. The concave Moto logo feels amazing to touch and it kinda gives the reference point while holding the device.

    Camera: The camera does an amazing job after the recent updates. In head on comparison with Nexus 5, it was a neck to neck battle, where specially in the low light scenario Moto X was able to beat Nexus with good margin. If you expect a DSLR like quality then you are just being stupid. Phones aren’t that capable (exception being Lumia Pure View and Sony Z series, but then you also have to pay the huge price difference), so I’m happy with what I got. Front facing camera is an absolute bliss. The 2MP sensor gives better images than my last Xperia’s primary camera, NO SHIT!

    Display: The display of is device is really good. Colors are sharp and vivid, much better than the IPS displays out there, but then that’s the quality of AMOLED screen. The Active display is genuinely amazing. There is one trick, if you just wave your hand over you phone, the device will wake up to show your notifications. I personally love to flaunt this feature 🙂

    Touchless Control: This is the most amazing part of the phone! You kept your phone at a place and you can’t remember… just say OK Google Now, Find My Phone: It quickly starts beeping and you can find it really easy! This feature is absolutely amazing… you can check the videos for total roundup on all the amazing voice input this phone responds to.

    Battery: Lasts a day if you don’t overuse. You might want to turn off extra sensors while not in use like precision location service and Google auto photo backup. Battery is not very impressive but then no phone in this bracket is giving that with such specs. Considering the features of the phone I’d any day give up on battery (buy a cheap power bank 😉 )

    Sound Quality: Being a musician and an audiophile, I was really skeptical on giving up my Sony sound beast, cause I didn’t find anything like such in the market before. This device gave satisfactory performance at first, with not much control over the sound through the factory sound enhancement. Then I installed Poweramp Full version, and then it was like WHOA! It gave great improvement. Precisely like Sony, with a little better output. Still not an audiophile quality though but I won’t complain as those devices cost more than the phone itself! You might want to change the in box headsets with a good quality headphones, if you do, you’ll be amazed by the sound difference.

    Connectivity works perfect, 3G, NFC, etc (yet to check 4G)

    Android: Near AOSP android experience. Out of box 4.4.2. Great to use, preloaded apps are actually helpful rather than just being much hated useless bloatware.

    Value for money?
    -YES!

    Best in the price bracket?
    -Beats some phones way above its bracket.

    Recommends?
    Absolutely!

    Cheers.

  9. Rated 2 out of 5

    Anindya Bose

    Bought this phone in Mid April soon after the Walnut finish was launched. No doubt a beautiful phone and possibly one of the best Androids available in the market.
    Exactly 5 weeks after I bought this phone I found the glass cracked on the right hand corner without any apparent mechanical damage to the phone. This is being with Gorilla Glass 3 et all..
    Called Flipkart in the hope that they might make an exception to the 30 day rule to replace the product. No such luck. Inspite of continued followups they stuck to their stand that they were no longer responsible for the product and I had to take it to the service centre.
    Called Motorola Service Centre. Was told that not only was there no hope of covering the glass in warranty, the cost of replacement would be 13,000/-…[email protected]#$%??
    Imagine paying 13K for replacing the glass for a 26K product. Worse was yet to come when they told me that the spare was not available with them and had no idea when it would be available.
    I am now the proud owner of premium Motorola phone with a cracked glass and nothing to do about it.
    Thanks Flipkart…thanks Motorola..

  10. Rated 1 out of 5

    Ramesh

    My Moto-x dropped from 3-ft, and the display is broken. They charge 10k for display replacement. This is ridiculous for 24k phone.
    Display problems may not be common, but not rare either, considering the screen size.

    Samsung/LG charges around 5-6k for their flagship devices.
    I am disappointed with Moto…

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