non- removable battery, no expandable sd slot,2300 mah battery........... hope fully waste of money
hi guys i am new here hope i will make some friends so could anybody tell me is the moto x 2014 much bigger than nexus 5 plssssssssssssss reply can it easily fit in a pocket
I noticed that on the motorola (moto x 2nd generation) website does not appear the specifications of the device as the pressure sensor (barometer) and temperature sensor (thermometer), as the review described in this site. Does anyone have an explanation?
Everything just upto date, however the inbuilt storage of mere 16GB non-expandable is just too insufficient, hopefully Motorola will release atleast a 32Gigs version.
Anonymous, 21 Oct 2014The ring flash doesn't make any difference. Even the iPhone's is better!
Besides, the camera ... moreI don't disagree with you about the iPhone being a solid phone overall and indeed, it would perform better than this phone overall. But you see, if Nexus 6 is out of my budget, even more so for either iPhone 6 or 6 Plus. They're both way out of my budget. If you're referring to older iPhone models, I'm just not into it. My sister still uses her ageing 3GS, it still impressively works but I'm just not familiar with iOS. Sure I could figure out how to call or sms or launch an app on them but I'm not as comfy as others would use them. If you notice, in my previous comment, I jumped from Moto X2 to Holly then to Zenfones as my alternatives. I do not rule out the price into account, too. For the cheaper price, I'm fine with it having an awful camera. Also, in my recent comment, it's rare to never that I take still photos using a phone, and rarely do I record.
As for the ring flash, in most of the recent TV series and reality TV shows I watch, I notice pro cameras camermen use have lights/flashes (not sure if LED type) around their lenses or macros. Sometimes their lenses are rectangular/squared-shaped, other times they are circular/ring-shaped. But I mostly see them use the flash around rectangular lenses more than circular lenses. During behind the scenes in TV series and when cameramen accidentally show fellow cameramen shooting in reality shows. Lastly, as you say ring flash making no difference, then I could consider the feature as some cool factor at least by my criteria :-)
Also, as I'm not particular with Android version, I considered having Lollipop being optional. I just replaced Honor Holly to Honor 4X in my list.
khan.sameer, 20 Oct 2014a very good phone if you can get along with poor battery and not so great camera, rest is gre... moreIt shall be in great hands with me. I am not much of a multitasker, nor a power hungry heavy user. I'm even more casual than an average casual user. I do prefer having one app at a time running to prolong CPU, RAM, and battery life. Based on others' and my experience, having multiple apps running in the background simultaneously almost all the time causes irritatingly rough, delayed, and laggy experience, not to mention, eventually it would shorten CPU, RAM, and battery's lifespan/life cycle across any type of device; name it phones, tablets, or computers.
I'm not the selfie type nor the picture everything type either. I'm fine with low-res cameras on phones, I'm not particular with still picture camera resolution quality. Even if there are some rare one-off moments I stumble upon while on the move, I'm fine shooting them in low-res. Otherwise , if the moment calls for some scenic pictorials, I can always borrow my siblings' waterproof 16.1MP digicam. Of course, I'd need to know about it for me to prepare, still not a hassle.
So long as a phone is able to record at least on 1080p@30fps, I'm totally into it. This phone can even shoot at 2160p@30fps, so it's a plus for me as it exceeds my minimum requirement. Also, this phone has an FHD screen display resolution, I could watch 1080p movies or review 1080p-recorded videos (if it has playback features) on it; certainly another bonus for me :-)
kkk, 11 Oct 2014Frnds which mobile should i preferred moto x 2nd gen or htc one e8 or m8 or xperia z1 or googl... moreHTC one M8 or E8 based on your budget. Both have same specs but different body I'm using one E8 since 2 months and can assure you it's the best phone I have ever used
vishalkumar vakil, 14 Oct 2014i lick it HTC one m8 is not running the stock version of android you will later on feel the sl... moreWhat's so special about the stock version?
I use HTC phone from 3yrs. HTC one X, one M7 and now M8. So don't speak anything. BlinkFeed is amazing. I can bet that HTC has the smoothest and super fast lagfree ui see antutu benchmark results it's the best among all phones
Dark Shadow 23, 15 Oct 2014Some people are saying that HTC one m8 is a better device but guys its not true because of the... moreWhat do you know about the HTC one series before commenting on it's BlinkFeed?? It is the coolest feature one in phone where we can get updates from all areas of our interest n all social networking sites simultaneously. Get a life dude. MotoX can never compare to HTC phones. HTC have premium build best boom sound speakers cam and n the sense 6 UI is awesome. Battery backup also superb. In fact HTC one E8 costs similiar to MotoX n it's better
Anonymous, 19 Oct 2014If Moto X2 becomes available in my country's shelves by tge end of the year, I'll grab one in ... moreThe ring flash doesn't make any difference. Even the iPhone's is better!
Besides, the camera is awful, and no great flash would make up for it!
Anonymous, 19 Oct 2014If Moto X2 becomes available in my country's shelves by tge end of the year, I'll grab one in ... morea very good phone if you can get along with poor battery and not so great camera, rest is great, doesnt lag, super smooth
I just noticed this does not have OTG but still I like the design of the rear. I may not need OTG feature for now
If Moto X2 becomes available in my country's shelves by tge end of the year, I'll grab one in a blaze. I love its dual LED flash inside a ring design. If it does not, I'll wait for Honor Holly. But if Holly does not come too, I'll end up with buying either Zenfone 6 or Zenfone 5. Whichever phone I will grab, I can wait for the next Nexus or Silver (if they drop the Nexus line) with a 64-bit octa-core when it gets discounted half its launch price. The chip's brand does not matter to me so long as the device is from the Nexus or Silver line :-) So my question is, will Moto X2 hit Philippine market?
Bhuvaneshsingham, 15 Oct 2014hi all, using the device for past 3 days.i have general question regarding the battery temper... moreTil 37 is fine actually, human blood is at 37 and anyway even 42 is fine, the concerns come with gaming at 60 on a Note II...