Moto X the phone that always listens
to you. But in the background it spies on
you, the algorithm analyzes what you
speak and pushes the ads in your gmail
inbox and google search results based on
what you spoke.
This is the most unique device to come in a long time. Only hear good things from the users of the phone. I wish they would make one with a 4core cpu. FIY: it packs a quad-core GPU and two additional processors for natural language and contextual computing. So, it is one of a kind.
Above average specs, interesting and definitely a competitor but most importantly: it fits in your hand(and pocket). I wouldn't mind buying this rather than an i-phone.
lg nexus 4 or moto x ???? which one over another one? specify 5 reasons...
arlene orpecio, 09 Sep 2013Very unreliable and so so phone. It lags badly like an iphone and the display is apple like, v... moreYou liar, I phone and moto x are totally no lag according to many reviews.
Very unreliable and so so phone. It lags badly like an iphone and the display is apple like, very dim and cloudy. I immediately trade in my unit for a samsung s4 after just 48 hours of using. It doesnt matter if I paid more for the samsung, at least it does not sucks like moto x or my previous iphone5 that I traded for moto x only to go to samsung s4. Will I trade my s4, maybe maybe not. Sony convince me.
When will this Moto X be available in the Philippines? This phone looks good.
I am waiting for international version to come to Asia. If price is right and has External Memory, then I will buy. I still have Moto Razr. Voice call of motor is very clear. I also have Samsung Note II. Voice call of Samsung can not compare with Moto.
Hurry up Moto. Lot of customers are wating for you.
So after looking over all the reviews, opinions, and actual specs, it has come to my attention that there seems to be quite a few Moto-haters out there.
While the Moto X does not have the top of the line, brand new processor, or an external SD slot, it makes up for this in a multitude of other ways. First and fore most, the full architecture of the phone helps by using certain processors to complete certain tasks, I.E. the language processor to handle voice commands, etc... Not, one processor to rule them all. Second, if the end user experience is flawless, the number of cores becomes a moot point, most consumers don't know or care what a processor core is, if they take the time to look, the mentality is "bigger number, better phone...uugghh!!" THEY KNOW NOT THE MAGIC OF TECH!!! Third, Motorola has ALWAYS made rock solid phones. I ran a MB520 for YEARS, before I could afford to upgrade my phone. And honestly, the Bravo still runs pretty well with CM7 on it, my kids are using it now, for games and music and stuff, it works better than an iPod.
With all the phones coming out right now, I would gladly have any Moto phone by my side, cause I know it will work when I need it. There is a design theory at work here, to build something that you know will work, no matter what, you use parts that you know will work, NO MATTER WHAT. And this is coming from someone who used to work as a repair tech for an International music company.
P.S. I do not work for Motorola, nor for Google, this is from the experience of 15+ years with cellular and computer technology.
After IFA, no one is talking about Moto X anymore. Got wiped out by Note3 and Z1.
AnonD-100842, 03 Sep 2013moto x vs nexus 4, which one beats????my dear..i tho8 beats was in htc only..
khe khe khe...
This would be the best android phone. Other android phones are putting 4 or 8 cores to make their phones faster. That is not the solution. If I have to get an android phone. This would be the very best option. I like Motorola because of reputation of undeniably durable and reliable to compete with iphone.