Motorola Moto X
The Moto X is the first Motorola smartphone to be assembled in the US and the first big release since Google took over the company. The Moto X is touting out of the box customization, choose one of 18 back colors and designs, colors of the phone buttons and the ring around the lens of the camera. The X is powered by a Snapdragon S4 Pro 1.7 GHz processor, 2GB of RAM and Android 4.2.2. It also features a 4.7-inch 720p AMOLED display and comes in 16GB or 32GB versions.
Excellent size for one-handed use.
Good voice activation.
Hands-free experience with Touchless Controls.
Easy to launch camera.
You can text from your PC.
Attractive, customizable design.
Solid battery life.
No expandable storage.
Very limited camera settings.
Case customization is an AT&T exclusive.
Camera processing can produce excessive artificating.
Some carrier bloatware.
By CNET Australia on October 11, 2013
While it lags behind rival superphones in screen quality and storage capacity, the Moto X's superbly compact and comfortable design, whiz-bang voice controls and long battery life make it a worthy Android...82
By PC Mag on October 04, 2013
The Motorola Moto X is an excellent Android smartphone, but senseless carrier neglect will make this a tough sell on...80
By PC Mag on September 27, 2013
The Moto X adds some useful, unique tricks to a fast Android smartphone that's comfortable to hold in one...80
By Android Central on September 27, 2013
Can your choice of carrier hamper an otherwise great phone experience?It has been almost two months since the Moto X was introduced to the world as Motorola's refreshed philosophy on the smart phone. AT&T was the first US carrier to have the phone...-
By LaptopMag on September 25, 2013
The Motorola Moto X's advanced voice controls, quick launch camera and good battery life help this Android phone stand out from the...80
By InfoWorld on September 20, 2013
All winter long, we were treated to fevered speculation about the Moto X from Google's hardware unit, Motorola Mobility. Motorola has produced a string of lackluster Android devices, but the Moto X was going to be different. It would redefine the...73
By PCMag on September 06, 2013
AT&T's Moto X is the best version of a very good phone, thanks to the Moto Maker customization options.90
By HotHardware on September 04, 2013
Despite using a slightly older processor, the overall performance of the Moto X was laudable. It routinely ranked in the upper third of Android phones available today in our benchmarking tests, all while managing to squeeze nearly a full day of...-
By MobileTechReview on September 04, 2013
I think you get the idea: I really like the Moto X. I own a Samsung Galaxy S4 and an HTC One, but over the past 3 weeks I've found myself choosing the X. Why? It's a tad smaller, just small enough to fit in my pocket and stay there. It feels...80
By AnandTech on August 26, 2013
There's still no word on Google Play edition or Developer Edition pricing, but I expect they'll be around the same. I still feel like that's too high considering the platform choices, although I expect the Moto X will come down in price pretty rapidly once MSM8974 phones start hitting the market. At the right price the Moto X could be a very big deal, almost disruptive. It's just a matter of getting it there.-