The king of mobile engendering company, Motorola regains ground in the market with two new smart phones: Moto X and the Moto G. Moto X being the first smart phone announced by Motorola after merging itself with Google
The Motorola Moto X is the costlier and more powerful than that of the Motorola Moto G which was said to be the budget phone of the year 2013. The Motorola Moto G costs £380 SIM free and is up to a great extent similar to the current best deal for the Samsung Galaxy S4. If one really desires for a relatively small phone with high features, then it is the right choice but collapsing SIM free prices of phones from the brand names make the sale a bit difficult one.
Keeping in mind the track record it is a bit of a shock that company is bringing the Motorola Moto X in the market at a relatively high recommended retail price point of £389.
Taking into account the price of the better specified and larger screened Nexus 5 which is just £299 which is much lower than this will force one to think is it worth the purchase.
The basic get up of the Motorola Moto X is highly traditional, with the regular micro USB port build at the bottom, power and volume buttons on the right and a standard 3.5mm headphone jack up top makes it a complete phone and one which is preferred by most. Taking into account those buttons they are really well placed. Many of phones have their buttons placed in awful and inaccessible positions or just out of natural reach which unable the user from putting his or her favored back cover. Motorola has got this right on the Moto X, and made buttons that are responsive to use.
The SIM tray on the left which holds the rarely used nano SIM is what is unusual.
The Motorola Moto X consists of a speedy camera and futuristic voice command capabilities into an effectively crafted design that hits the main spot between the size of the screen and comfort. The phone has an exceptional battery life and is available in a never ending variety of customized designs which are not repetitive.
The backlight of the screen is dimmer than other smart phones; its plastic design gives it a cheaper look than other smart phones of the same category