i have the black one .. increadble phone.. the smooth back is also superb!!
Rana, 22 Jan 2016It is duel sim or notYes it is dual 4g sim or saprate card slot
Conrad, 23 Dec 2015Once upon a time Motorola used to make stylish, slim and sexy looking handsets. Alas! all the... moreWell I don't think that this design is bad, yeah of course early Motorola phones used to have the so called sexy design where more emphasis was put on sleekness and looking stylish but now I think Motorola has matured enough to realise that phones need to be more reliable and rugged instead of looking stupidly sleek and sexy, in fact I consider the new designs of Motorola to be much more practical then their oddball overtly style conscious old designs, I used to own both Droid Razr XT912 and A1680 and no doubt those phones look drop dead gorgeous there usability and reliability were clearly questionable, in fact the glass cover which housed speaker on my A1680 shattered when I accidentally dropped it, this is what you get when you sacrifice practicality for sake of design, and that's why I'm quite happy that Motorola has gotten over its mindless glam phase and is making practical and usable phones nowadays.
The phone has a large screen and kind a huge but thanks to the nice grippy back it doesn't feel slippery, in hand it feels solidly built, by solidly built I don't mean sleek and suave like an iPhone or Nexus 6P but yeah it feels rugged like a tank, it's build quality makes you feel that you can take it even in most roughest places without any worry. Nice to see that unlike other manufacturers who just run blindly after looks Motorola truly pays lot of importance in making rugged and durable phones. The best way to describe this phone is it can be called the ThinkPad of smartphones, it's thick, it's slightly heavy but yeah it is built like a tank and can take beating unlike any other phone.
AnonD-489721, 17 Jan 2016With the marshmallow update.. yes!!! But I also android 6 update or app's are not moves to sd card so plz help me
Raphael hale , 18 Jan 2016Just the accelerometer sensor none otherhow to activate power saving mode
Motorola Moto X Pure Edition (2015) Review
So after owning my Motorola Moto X Pure (2015) for the past few days I can say this. It's nearly a perfect phone.
Processor: The processing power it puts out is incredible for the price of the phone. It's snappy and responsive everywhere. I don't have a slowdown at all because of Stock Android with Nova Launcher as my overlay. It is a monster hexa-core clocked at 1.7 GHz.
RAM: This phone has 3 GB of RAM, and is incredibly smooth running. I can heavily multitask apps with ease. Running many apps at the same time without any form of slowdown.
Display: The 5.7" 1440p TFT 520PPI display may throw a lot of people off for it's size. But with large hands, such as mine it is perfect. I can still use the phone in a single hand, and the screen size is perfect for other tasks, such as taking notes for school or work. The display gives a clear resolution for any form of media.
Camera: The rear camera's 21 megapixels and the ability to record 4k video is impressive. It takes amazing clear quality pictures. It has an incredible front facing camera as well at 5 megapixels. The camera doesn't have a manual mode, but it does have the ability to control focus and exposure which is a very nice touch. It's not the greatest camera for lower lighting though.
Battery: The battery is a 3000 mAh and can easily last hours with heavy usage. The turbocharger that comes with it for quick charging can generally get you a full charge in under an hour. It's a very fast charging phone with a fairly good battery life.
Build Quality: This device overall is built incredibly well. It has a metal frame with a choice of back between wood, leather, or silicone. It also has a water repellent nano coating over the screen to protect against spills. The glass is made from Corning Gorilla Glass, and it's incredibly sturdy.
My overall views on this phone are that it's the best device I've ever owned. Pure Android is the only way I enjoy to have it even with a super light launcher on it. Nexus devices always have the best layout of Android, and this is practically a Nexus phone. The only thing this phone is missing is a fingerprint scanner and that's not an absolute must have. This is by far the best phone I've owned.
Dheeraj, 16 Jan 2016Is it possible app's move to internal storage to sd card plz helpWith the marshmallow update.. yes!!!
Flowerking, 12 Jan 2016Is it possible to connect seagate portable hard disk drive to moto x style with usb OTG cable ... moreYes you can use your hard drive through otg and it will work bcoz i am using my1TB Toshiba hard drive and it is working and i want to tell you that i am using Android marshmallow 6.0 before updation i did not try with lolypop.
Tried this phone, too bad it didn't fit in my jean pocket.
This phone is just too huge and cumbersome.
I'm loving this phone, at first i though that I wouldn't like the "curvy" design but it feels very confortable in my hand, camera is really good and I love the fact that it never lags no matter how many apps runing, overall is a great phone
AnonD-487742, 12 Jan 2016I haven't been so satisfied with a phone since the Nexus 5. Moto getting the camera right this... morego to a silent room and then try to record your Moto Voice command.
Make sure your first word that start the command is very distinctive like "hello" and "listen up" is better than saying "ok".
And about the notification on screen whenever you hold it up, don't worry about it cause Motorola says it does even consume much battery.
I haven't been so satisfied with a phone since the Nexus 5. Moto getting the camera right this time made this phone a beast. Its kinda weird to see the display light up every time to move by it. My natural reaction is to worry about my battery but I have never found this to be a legit issue to the battery. With my usage, there is a tad of drain but it doesn't outweigh the benefit to me.
My biggest complaint is with the moto voice recognition. I have to be in COMPLETE silence and make 50 attempts to program it to my phrase. I had a very frustrating time with this.
few tips for even better battery life.
Update to Android Marshmallow
Go to settings and turn off NFC
Use a crystal clear screen protector and lower the screen brightness
Never over-charge the device
Never update apps automatically on sleep, do turn off the wifi when not in use
Apply the bumper this will make a mobile network stronger so less battery drain
Disable moto services which you don't use often
P.S. This mobile is a beast, my best buy yet, 10/10