Motorola Moto X Review,Features and Specification

Motorola on August,1 unveiled a new smartphone that consumers can personalize with a choice of colors and materials, hoping to stand out in a crowded market and justify the $12.5 billion that Google Inc paid for the ailing handset maker. Motorola Moto X has all the new generation features.

The highly anticipated “Motorola Moto X” marks the cellphone maker’s first flagship device since Google bought the company in 2012, and is its latest attempt to break into a smartphone market dominated by Apple Inc and Samsung Electronics.

Motorola Moto X

Moto’s Active Notifications, the system that passively displays notifications on the screen without you having to pick up the device, was one of our favourite features when we reviewed the Moto X. If you have an Android 4.3 device, which is admittedly a small market right now, you can install Active Notifications from the Google Play Store to replicate the Moto X’s functionality.

New features in Motorola Moto X

  • Touch-less control
  • Quick Capture
  • Active Display
  • Authentication through wireless devices
  • Customisability

The Motorola Moto X is made out of a combination of glossy plastic, and soft touch plastic, letting the phone feel premium and look great without sacrificing weight or comfort. The display is bonded to the plastic front frame using a new manufacturing process. that practically eliminates the border around the screen. It makes you feel as if you’re just holding the display in your hand when you use it, and everything else just melts away.

Motorola Moto X has  a 4.7-inch panel that features a 720p HD resolution, and is the best looking display ever to come out of Motorola Moto X. While it looks overly saturated and bright because it’s an AMOLED screen, the screen does look sharp and clear, with a 316 ppi that makes text look beautiful.

Diving deeper, the phone itself is powered by a system on a chip Motorola Moto X is calling the Motorola X8 Mobile Computing System — basically there’s the phone’s processor, a Qualcomm dual-core 1.7GHz Snapdragon S4, a quad-core graphics processor, a natural language processor that powers Touchless Control. and a contextual computing processor that powers Active Display and other always-listening gestures like quick photo capture that we will get into later.

The Motorola Moto X with Android 4.2.2, 16GB of storage, 2GB of RAM, a 2,200 mAh battery, NFC, Miracast wireless display and Bluetooth 4.0.

In addition features in Motorola Moto X to industrial design changes. such as a curved back and the choice of colors, the phone’s key features found in its camera and a voice-activated user interface are the same as, what Motorola introduced in its line-up of new Droid devices last week.


Motorola said that Motorola Moto X would become available in Canada and Latin America as well as the United States around the same time.and launched in Europeans Asia will be within 2 Week. Motorola said it has yet to establish a price for customers who want to pay the full retail price without signing a contract.

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