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.
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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..
Sonu, 05 Aug 2013its a great mobile in the world so far its price is very low &specification is excellent $625 for the 32gb and was it $579 for the 16gb? Not what I would call cheap. No matter, this is only being sold in the States and eventually in Play Store but could be restricted to the States again, like the HTC One and S4 Google Play Edition. In a nutshell, please don't hold your breathe!
Core doesn't matters for me as I'm not a Sammy fan. I prefer better usability, whatever if it's a single core, dual core or quad core.
By my opinion it's perfect for me. It has a 720p screen, i myself don't like the 1080p screen as my pocket don't have enough money to buy them :D ...i prefer 720p with OLED and it's almost a Nexus phone as it's supported by Google. I like purely android phone. And then it has clear pixel camera and a specific hardware for better voice recognition. Yuppie ;)
.....tell me when is it coming to India??....eagerly waiting
Very nice review
While the Moto X isnít launching with Android 4.3, it is launching at a time when Android has reached enough maturity so that having an insane processor and tons of RAM isnít necessary. Obviously having top of the line specs does help, but the vast majority of people donít need a phone with top of the line specs. What they need is a phone that will perform well over a two year contract. I have no doubt that the Moto X can be that phone for most Android users, especially after it receives Android 4.3.
Women, designers, artics and those whom like to personalise there are phones will be crazy about this phone.
I love the idea of being able to select the colors I want for my phone. I think giving people tons of options to color their phones and have them shipped to your home in 4 days is going to resonate well with consumers. People already buy cases and covers for their phones to make their phone feel more personal; personalized color options takes that to the next level.
Like I said on the Droid Life Show, I think the ability to launch the camera with the flick of a wrist will be an amazing feature for enthusiasts, moms, students, and everyone in between. The fact of the matter is that people want to be able to take good photos quickly. The Moto X doesnít come with the best camera on the market according the specs, but from what Iíve seen it takes good shots and the interface is brilliantly simple. Tap to shoot, swipe from right to left to enter Gallery, swipe from left to right to adjust the camera settings. Most people donít want to have a million options when taking a picture. They may want to make some edits before posting a picture to Instagram, but other than that people just want to take a photo to remember a moment.
Voice recognition integrated with Google Now is another feature that I think is innovative, but probably not life changing. I like that you can train the Moto X to listen just for your voice. If anything, having voice recognition prepares for a future where multiple humans in one space are trying to use Google Now with their voice. While Iím praying that history does not go in the direction of people talking at their phones in public, I still think this is a neat way to give voice feedback more security than other intelligent assistants (Iím looking at you, Siri).
The Moto X isnít about overwhelming you with specs; itís about meeting your needs as a device while tailoring itself to your aesthetic tastes. The Moto X really is the first phone that can be designed by you in a meaningful way.