Moto X 2014 Review
Moto X 2014 is Motorola’s latest Android smartphone
The second generation Moto X is an Android smartphone developed by Motorola Mobility. People are talking about the new Moto X, and they’re saying great things.
The Moto X name hasn’t changed in 2014, but rest assured, this updated Android smartphone packs enough new specs to deserve its own Moto X+1 or Moto X2 title.With a larger screen, a better but not perfect camera, surprisingly useful first-party apps and, of course deeper customization, the original Moto Maker returns with a competitive price.
It’s just $99 on-contract and on sale for as little as $1, or $499 (£419.99, AU$534). Don’t let Motorola’s low ball price fool you either. Like its low-key name, the Moto X 2014 has a deceptive asking price.
Motorola’s flagship phone is slightly bigger in every sense, enough to make it one of the best Android premium phones next to the more expensive Samsung Galaxy S5 and HTC One M8.
The Moto X 2nd generation launched on September 16, but that was the AT&T release date in the US. It came out for Verizon on September 26. Both carriers sold the 16GB phone on-contract for $100 and 32GB version for $150.
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On sale, it’s been reduced to $1 during the holidays. However, Motorola’s Moto Maker website still lists the phone for the starting price of $99 and unlocked beginning at $500.
In the UK, the new Moto X GSM unlocked edition became available at the end of September for £420 through Motorola’s official website. Bumping the internal storage from 16GB to 32GB takes it to £460.
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Source: Matt Swider
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