friends please help I am going to buy the moto x 2013 But i had heard about the screen . Is it brittle and going to break too easily . Plz help thanx advance
akhilsubash, 08 Oct 2014Friends is any one had problem with their cameras?? In night its horrible. So my line are scro... moreYes, those lines appear on screen in indoor lighting when you focus on a bright object. Seems to be a software glitch. Should be corrected in the next update i guess.
akhilsubash, 08 Oct 2014Friends is any one had problem with their cameras?? In night its horrible. So my line are scro... moreUnfortunetly i have noticed the same lines over the screen but just in some conditions (indoor artificial lighting - neons), but not all the time. Outdoors it`s fine and it does some really nice photos in my opinion.
animsr, 10 Oct 2014I wanted to ask if Android L update is coming to Moto X 2013Yes bro. It's official confirmation that android L is coming for moto x. And also just after nexus line.
Frank, 09 Oct 2014Does everyone know US Moto x can work 4G of UK ? thanks The US Moto X won't work with 4G LTE in the UK (they use different frequencies). However it is compatible with all 3G networks, and has HSDPA+ speeds of up to 42 Mbps so the difference shouldn't be too noticeable (depending on where you are/your network etc). I'm planning on buying a US version to use in the UK, so hope I'm right!
Anonymous, 08 Oct 2014Not too slow really, just cant play the newest games like say the one m8 can...It can play every game on playstore with high frame rate. Its one of the best device for gaming. Nd its very smooth functioning phone. No lag at all.
Friends is any one had problem with their cameras?? In night its horrible. So my line are scrolling over my screen. In day light some photos don't have enough brightness.. Plz help me..
Krish, 07 Oct 2014It says its dual core engine, whereas Moto Gs come up with Quad-Core. Will Dual core make the ... moreNo, after use the phone for three weeks I like it more than my galaxy S4, user experience is awesome. Spec don't mean much once you use the phone I think you will love it.
Krish, 07 Oct 2014It says its dual core engine, whereas Moto Gs come up with Quad-Core. Will Dual core make the ... moreHi Krish, in answer to your question, the Moto X is much faster than the Moto G. Although it only has the 1.7GHz Dual Core Krait, it also has a further 6 cores (the Motorola X8 chipset). So it is more powerful and more versatile than the Moto G. You definitely don't need to worry about it being too slow! However it might be worth considering that the Moto X doesn't have a micro sd card slot for expandable storage (the newest Moto G versions do), and the battery life on the Moto G is probably better. But if those factors aren't that important, definitely go for the Moto X, it's a beautiful phone