When Motorola introduced the Moto X last year, the company was owned by Google. In our hands-on review of the first-generation Moto X, we pointed out that the collaboration between Motorola and Android engineers led to an incredibly sleek device and a good user experience. Although the first-generation Moto X didn’t have quite as impressive hardware specifications as its high-end competitors at the time, the phone still performed very well. What’s more, the Moto X also included a number of unique extras, like touchless controls that worked exceptionally well.
Fast forward to today, and a lot has changed on the mobile front. Google is selling Motorola Mobility to Lenovo and closing the Fort Worth plant where the original Moto X was made. We also have a new set of heavyweight smartphones on the market. The 2014 edition of the Moto X, also known as the 2nd generation Moto X, is hoping to attract the attention of users who may be considering some of today’s high-end phones from Apple, Samsung, HTC, or LG, and it may very well succeed...
Moto X (2nd Gen) Smartphone by Motorola Review
Really great phone. Like, for a 5-inch device, one of the best.
I does look like nice phone, Im on windows phone right now and im not really finding a phone thats right for me out of the nokia range the HTC M8 sees to be the best fit however there seems to be a lot of android phones that could be good for me, this is one of them.
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