Moto X Review
Moto X gives pure Android fans a reason to upgrade thanks to a 1080p display and premium design. The camera isn’t perfect, but Motorola’s specs bump everywhere else is a treat and Moto Maker is the cherry on top.
On sale, it was reduced to $1 during the holidays by some retailers, and Motorola eventually followed suit on its Moto Maker website in December. The unlocked price begins at $399.
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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Wood and leather adds to the price. Moto X 2014 with a premium back costs $425 and £439.99 for the 16GB version and $175 and £479.99 for the 32GB edition, based on the original pricing.
Android 5.0 Lollipop premiered with the Motorola-made Nexus 6 and has arrived soon after on Moto X, at least from some carriers. Both the unlocked version and Verizon variant benefitted from the upgrade right away, while AT&T customers with Moto X 2nd generation had to wait several months. The same may happen with Android 5.1 in the offing.
Source: Matt Swider
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