With a 1080 pixel sleek screen and improved gesture features, Moto X is here to be a good buy option for those wanting to buy an upgraded smartphone. To start with the screen of Moto X is charming and it will mesmerize you to a different level altogether.  The screen is backed up with a powerful 13MP camera which is quite similar to what its counterparts have to offer. It has a curved backing which makes the Moto X a very easy to handle phone and more comfortable to hold compared to the straight backing which Samsung Galaxy S5 and HTC one 8 has.


The device is pretty much safely operable with just a thumb, which is a great strength considering current generation’s multitasking lifestyle.

Other technicalities include a 5.2 inch display which is 2.85 inches wide and beautiful to look at. Though the look is fabulous it feels a bit heavier than its counterparts, but that is what Moto phones always have had as a brand quality. Moto X also has a speaker grill at the bottom of its front with a textured power button making it easier to switch the device on and off as per need.

The front side has only two options i.e. black and white, but the back has a larger color options to choose from; to be precise 17 color options are available for the back which includes 4 types of color shades of leather dyes and 4 types of wood grain shades. The memory is 16GB and 32GB, variable subject to the price payable for the device. With its Gorilla glass you can be rest assured to not harm the screen even after accidentally drop it, though it’s advised not to do so.


Moto X comes in with the latest Android KitKat version and is up-gradable to the next version of android i.e. Android L. Moto X has Moto Voice which is very much like the Google Now, which can be activated even without touching the handset. Moreover Moto X also shows notifications even while the phone is sleeping which is another plus point. Also to check notifications on you can just wave to open them, no need to touch the screen thanks to its front facing sensors.

Final verdict is Moto X is a good buy at 40 Euros or more depending upon the choice of inbuilt memory.

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