The battery is non-removable and that's not good, a removable one would lengthen the lifespan of the device.
Another killer Moto X exclusive feature is Motorola Assist. It's unmistakably a Google product, as it looks just like Google Now. It's essentially a set of three profiles that are automatically deployed depending on the situation. The most useful of these is the driving profile, which uses the phone's GPS to know when you're driving to make the Moto X more driver-friendly. When it's running, your phone will ask you if you'd like text messages to be read aloud, and will announce an incoming caller's name so that you don't have to look at your phone. You can, in turn, command it with your voice. It's one of the best hands-free implementations of a driving mode we've seen, although you'll probably want to disable it if you're a passenger.
There's also sleep mode, which much like Do Not Disturb for iOS will silence your incoming calls during certain hours, allowing certain numbers through (specified favorites, for instance, or if the same number calls twice within five minutes, which is useful for emergencies). You can set up the same behavior for meetings; it uses your calendar to tell when you're in one that shows you as "Busy."
Fherby, 07 Aug 2013For this phone thickness @ 10.4 mm, motorola should considered a 4000mAh battery instead of 2200.No you are wrong the thinnest part start at 5.2mm to 10.4mm and Moto design a special battery for that. Even with 2200mAh the X manager the 24 hours and beat the HTC One in the test.
For sure we wish more juice on this phone but with 24hours you have 2 or 3 days to use your phone.
Not sure about those colorfull back casing when many users will get a silicone or whatever protective cover for their phones. They won't buy any protective cover if the phone is really cheap.
I will definitely get one of those cover bundle together. But being Motorola, I don't think there many available (not many manufacturer willing made one)
PhoneScoop's Review - The X's screen measures 4.7-inches across the diagonal and includes 1280 x 720 pixels. Nope, it's not a full HD screen. If that's a disappointment, take solace in the fact that the X's screen still offers rich detail and sharp text and images. There are no visible pixels. The X's screen uses AMOLED technology. It is easily used outdoors, but there's a noticeable blueing effect when the phone is tilted side to side. Viewing angles aren't as good as I'd like them to be, but colors look nice when viewed head on. It's a fine display, but not a great one.
The materials are good, but could be better. The back surface of the black/white versions is a composite lined with Kevlar and has a soft-touch finish to it. (The back surface of the colored versions is a resin, and also has a soft-touch finish. These both contrast with the glossy, greasy finish on the recently-announced Droids.) There's nothing wrong with them, per se, but I will always prefer metal to plastic. The plastic that exists between the X's glass display and the back surface feels a little cheap to me, but all the seams were snug and fit together tightly.
For this phone thickness @ 10.4 mm, motorola should considered a 4000mAh battery instead of 2200.
aginomoto, 06 Aug 2013 The Link is here, http://www.droid-life.com/2013/08/06/moto-x-review-2013/Thanks Man!
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It looks great, Good screen, Good batterry & camera.
Big screen is not handy. what matters is its price in market, anything between 16000 INR to 22000 INR would be good not more than that.
..and i thought that it would be much more affordable as they have said long before it official announcement..