Motorola Moto X

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Based on 107 scores, 263 reviews available
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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.

Expert reviews and ratings

By Gadget Guy Australia on 80

Motorola’s return to Australia is with the year old Moto X, a phone that prioritises voice over touch, encouraging you to talk to your phone rather than prod it with orders. But does it work, or should you wait for generation two? The first phone...

By Steves Digicams on

By Eric Butterfield The Motorola Moto X is a compact smartphone with an onboard 10-megapixel camera. With a 4.7-inch AMOLED touchscreen, it offers a slightly smaller form factor than smartphones with larger screens (the Moto X is also a slender 0.31...

By ePHOTOzine on 60

The Motorola X looks stylish and is one of the cheaper smartphones available. For those who want a smartphone with a good camera, it's bad news. Images have decent colour reproduction, but detail isn't impressive and there are clearly quality issues...

By Expert Reviews on 100

With its fantastic screen, amazing battery life and premium build quality, the Moto X sets the benchmark for mid-range...

By Good Gear Guide on 80

There is magic to the way the Moto X gets things done. Inconspicuous design and a level of intuition helps the smartphone blend into your lifestyle. It's not that the smartphone is at arm's length when you need it; it's that it disappears into the...

By FoneArena on

Overall, the Moto X is definitely one of the best smartphones under Rs. 23,999. It excels in performance, battery life and unique software features, but there are some drawbacks like non-removable back cover and just 12GB of usable memory. If you are...

By GadgetSpeak on 88

Motorola, Google and Lenovo sounds as if it could be a pop group of the sixties while Moto X might well be the name by which a high profile political figure, of the same period, might be known. However the technology associated with these names is...

By Whathifi.com on 60

You'd be forgiven for thinking the Motorola Moto X is just another Android smartphone attempting to enter an over-flowing market and hoping to grab your attention. But it does have one standout feature that no other Android, or indeed, smartphone, has:...

By CoolSmartphone on

Cast you mind back to 2013 Motorola announced the Moto X, resplendent in many different colours and accents with talk of tiny bezels and no need to have the latest and greatest spec . Fast forward eight months and us poor UK residents can finally get...

By GadgetSpeak on 80

After their ground breaking Moto G handset recently reviewed what could Motorola produce next. It’s called the Moto X and it looks very inviting, you can get it to answer your questions and the curve in its back suits your hands...

By What Mobile on 85

The Moto X is a solid upgrade from the Moto G. A £380 price tag doesn’t have as big a “wow” factor as the £135 Moto G but it’s still a great price for what’s on offer. The Moto X has a faster processor, better camera and a refined design. What more...

By telegraph.co.uk on 80

Motorola has clawed its way back into the British smartphone market with the £135 Moto G, offering a premium experience at budget price. But can it justify charging over double the amount for its higher-spec sibling, the Moto X?At first glance, the...

By littlegreenrobot.co.uk on 60

Motorola might have had a very short lived time under the ownership of Google (in under two years Google bought Motorola Mobility, then sold it to Lenovo) but during that period it has turned out a couple of exciting handsets and the Moto X is one of...

By androidaustralia.com.au on

While on the one hand I can't justify dropping $500 for a phone that may well see a replacement so soon, at the same time we just don't know how long it'll be before we see another Motorola flagship here.We were let down when we found out Moto...

By GadgetSpeak on 76

Google bought Motorola Mobility $12.5 billion in 2012 and has now sold it on to Lenovo for a mere $2.91 billion, retaining, however, a raft of valuable patents. The Moto X is the culmination of Google's breath of life into the previously moribund...

By DigitalVersus on 80

The Moto X may not boast hardware as impressive as its high-end counterparts, but it's still a choice buy. For one thing, it doesn't really have any major, deal-breaking flaws (that's rare on a mid-range phone); instead it has tons of advantages. Plus,...

By mobilechoice.co.uk on 80

Thanks to the internet, sources within factories, leaky manufacturing chains and phone company workers who leave their as-yet-unreleased handsets in the pub, there arent many surprises in the mobile marketplace these days. It was a welcome revelation,...

By Chip Chick on

All in all, we think that Republic Wireless is moving forward in the right direction. They just better be wary of the competition – since they first opened, other uber cheap prepaid providers like TextNow and UppWireless have introduced pretty similar...

By Android Central on

After a five-month wait, European consumers finally got the Moto X this February. A significant launch for Moto's European arm, it's occurring as the company prepares to enter yet another period of transition following the Lenovo acquisition .Industry...

By TechRadar on 70

Despite some flaws, I really like the Moto X. It has a lot of charm and offers up a great Android experience. Motorola has brought all its engineering expertise to bear and it shows in how well the phone is constructed and how thoughtfully the software...