AnonD-438334, 08 Sep 2015Moto x play is better as Oneplus 2 has no NFC or quickchargeDepend what you need.
Oneplus Two is equipped with Snapdragon 810. While this is Just Snapdragon615.
On normal use, you may not find any different, but it is differ in gaming.
So, if you are just use for casual gaming, web browsing, and social media chatting, this Moto may suit your need best, as it promise longer battery life.
However, if you prefer something that is much more supported on custom ROM, modified ROM, or into serious gaming and performance, then Oneplus Two will be the better choice, with cheaper price compare to main flagship.
Regarding the NFC, well, depend on user too. If you really want it, you can get Oneplus One.
AnonD-436983, 04 Sep 2015One plus one vs motox play ..which is better?Moto x play is better as Oneplus 2 has no NFC or quickcharge
anonymous, 06 Sep 2015Has it really amoled screen?? Plz answer properlyips lcd
anonymous, 06 Sep 2015Has it really amoled screen?? Plz answer properlyi pst lcd
Anonymous, 16 Aug 2015Does it have FM radio? Some websites say it doesn't and this one says yes, so can someone plea... moreI finally bought the Moto X Play and I can confirm there is an FM radio in it and the quality of the sound is crystal clear (compared to my old Samsung FM radio also using the headphones as the antenna)! I also got 2 days of battery time with it. If you buy it from Koodo at bestbuy (canada), you get 50$ off the phone and you also get a 100$ gift card. So in the end you pay 360$ for the phone and receive the 100$ gift card (which I used to buy a good 64 micro SD card UHS 3). Koodo has also a plan for 35$ per month with illimited calls in canada and 1GB data. Oh, and it comes with the turbo charger for 15 minutes it gets to about 25-30% charge (I heard they only come with Koodo and Telus).
Anonymous, 05 Sep 2015 It only overheats after extensive use, for example keeping the brightness on full for a few minutesI am reasonably certain that if I asked Motorola if phones are covered by phones overheating they would probably say no!
Therefore, it would be a waste of money if written off or damaged by overheating.
Anonymous, 05 Sep 2015 It only overheats after extensive use, for example keeping the brightness on full for a few minutesQualcomm have been claiming that there wasn't an over heating problem with Snapdragon 615, but I think people should read the link below (what is the purpose of having a processor that over heats): What happened to Quality Control, and telling the truth?
Google: Snapdragon 620 takes on the Snapdragon 615 in Qualcomm's latest heat test
This is because when I entered the web address claimed that it was spam.
rk, 06 Sep 2015hi frnds.Iam using Sony z1.but I wll plan to new phone.moto x play look like smart and good fe... moreeasy for one hand but yeah its larger then z1 for a half inch ... but back is curved so its easy for one hand if u have standard size hands not too big but not too small :) for asians that can be a problem i dont know your nationality but i hope i help
I go for Moto X play, and I will be waiting here in the Philippines, this is more awsome phone than Samsung J7, and even A8., Sam fun boys, go for Moto X play.
Motorola forget to make thin mobiles. All the model they made are MOTO means Thick. i hate that thick mobiles.
hi frnds.Iam using Sony z1.but I wll plan to new phone.moto x play look like smart and good features.but now I have one doubt. does it comparable in one hand.can I operate single hand it.the size is equal to Sony z1.if it's large then Sony z1(size).I will buy Samsung a5 or e5.
so pls suggests me.iam very confused now.
AnonD-436983, 04 Sep 2015One plus one vs motox play ..which is better?I'd go for the moto x play since it has a huge full HD display which won't let u down and the design of the play is really nice with the rubberized back and it has stock liquid smooth interference and an amazing camera
drifter77, 04 Sep 2015Anyone concerned about the SD615 overheating? Reviews and youtube videos showed it reaches ove... more It only overheats after extensive use, for example keeping the brightness on full for a few minutes