Think, b4 talk!! it has camera with OIS, 2gb ram like s5 or m8, same processor n screen size, same screen tech like s5. whatever
i am a big fan of moto X. first android smartphone to have a dual core proc but act like iphones. all iphones have dual core proc. so dont judge by written specs!
Still waiting to see that if moto can do that much with a dual core, what it will with a quad core like sd801! very excited!
Only how need to return a fans and to be a new hignest smartphone of world Motorola x+1 need contain this primary specs:
1.Display.- 5.2" FHD - LTPS screen ( not AMOLED or IPS )
2.Memory.- 3 GB RAM
3.Chipse.- Snapdragon 805
Pedrett, 17 Aug 2014a flagship? you guys are serious,
common gsmarena hear yourself out!
i can see no flags in t... moreNot a flagship?Are you serious?
Please look at HTC One M8 and Galaxy S5 for comparison.
Only M8 has a metal body.Not S5.
Both have 4K recording and so does X+1.
Only M8 has a stereo speaker.X+1 is expected to have that too.
M8 and S5 both have 2GB RAM. So does the X+1.
So please compare before critisizing.
jnx, 17 Aug 2014its a flagship device for motorola not for U :)thank you for say that for my side too :D
a flagship? you guys are serious,
common gsmarena hear yourself out!
i can see no flags in there,show me please,
no aluminum body or 3gb ram or snapdragon 805 or 1440p screen or 4k recording or stereo speakers &
definitely no fingerprint sensor or waterproof or any sort of sapphire screen thing or stylus pen or any particular camera(13mp) with no ois,
OH lord i see one that you mentioned:
"feel good in hand". WOW must be new tech yet unknown to human kind.
common guys this would even hardly be a 2013 flagship,
These specs and bazels are last year news, LG did it first with G2 and Moto aought to come up with an answer to G3 now, not with a 2013 flagship
khalnayak, 15 Aug 2014If price is kept same as moto x in india than it will be a blockbuster......:)nice specs.....i really like that....is it dual sim..??? & what will b the price...???
Cool specs but now upto the mark but hoping it will hits same as moto x and moto g with its unexpected price
IndianaMike, 16 Aug 2014Very dissapointed to hear its going to be a 5.2inch screen. I really loved the 4.7 inch. Its g... moreI dont think screen size is not a big problem, if they make the device so compact. see LG G2 with 5.2 inch, its really smaller in dimensions than xperia M2 ( but M2's screen size only 4.7 inch). if Moto makes the device's dimensions to compete with lg g2, its good to own. and battery should be 3000 milli amphere like G2.
in my own experience lg g2 battery is really good its comes 2 days, even in above average usage.
Very dissapointed to hear its going to be a 5.2inch screen. I really loved the 4.7 inch. Its going to be to big. Will have to get an iPhone 6 now since every other hero device is going +5inch.
My concern is losing battery life and the x8 processing platform that allows phone wake by voice which comes in handy when you lose your phone between the car seats at night or anywhere else. Its also awesome in the fact that its the closest to siri I you can get right now in android platform. I went from an HTC one to Moto X and the user experience makes up for the specs hands down.
Force Majeure, 15 Aug 2014I dunno, the X+1 name and the SD 800 seems like it's just one of all those many 5-5.5 inch pho... moreI agree. The whole selling point of the Moto x was the ergonomics and peculiar hardware setup to maximize the user experience that set it aside from every other Android. Now it seems it will be just another Android, with the Galaxy Alpha being the unofficial X+1 after you've put AOSP on it
Pouria Nayeb, 15 Aug 2014What the f**k it willn't have microSD card and there is just 10gig free for users? Motorola ... moreThis is a bit off the point, but look at simular phones like the LG G2 which specs almost identically, and the only version available in many countries is the 16GB model (Only 10.5GB free).No SD slot. The mind boggels, as storage is probably the cheapest part of the phone, with 64GB storage costing OEMs roughly 6$ to implement in a phone model. To my opinion, it's the cheapest way to upgrade the user experience and a flagship device coming without at least 64GB (or an SD slot) is unacceptable past 2013. I am personally constantly running out of memory, having to delete my music, pictures, videos, apps, etc just to get my phone functional again.
I'm still, totally in love with my Moto X...The X+1 thus far does not appear to be in the Moto X family..It's a shame Motorola (Lenovo) are essentially just using the name and as many point out, it will just be another high end android phone...big effin' deal! it was the innovation we loved Motorola...I shall be hanging on to my Moto X for years to come...
I think its going to be a great phone just cuz its some what larger Dosent really kill the user experience, these specs will inhance the user exp to make all around better!