The new Moto X, which Motorola chose to give no different name from its predecessor, gives a totally good experience, and whatever time I have used it for reviewing, I have just loved it. Right from the form factor to the interface, the Moto X is so very well made that one can rarely find anything bad.
While I’m still testing the device in various aspects such as the battery life on regular usage, and camera in different conditions, I am loving the way Motorola has placed sensors on the front for the quick gestures, the metal band on the side and although increasing the size of screen to 5.2-inch, the device is kept very much comfortable in hand. For those who always have the specs sheet in hand while trying to choose a perfect smartphone, the Moto X is a silent killer, with all the latest best specs and yet keeping itself in a price range beating the flagships from other brands.
Those two LED lights don’t look great in the ring around the camera, but again, this is the only device where you don’t see anything else than the Motorola branding beside the camera, because this ring flash is something new and cool, at least in an aesthetic way. The battery is what I am going to look at, very closely. But I’m sure it won’t be a disappointment as most of the recent Motorola phones are recommended only because of their good battery life.
Superb. Simply superb, is all I can say about the Moto X and thus, I’m buying this as soon as the Wooden back version gets launched in India. Btw, the review would be up soon on PhoneRadar.com!