Moto
X
Review in
pictures
May not be a mutant superhero like the X-Men, but
has special powers
• Always-on co-
processor
• Touchless control
• Activ...
Not exactly flagship specs…
• 4.7-inch, 1,280 x 720
display
• 1.7GHz dual-core
Snapdragon
processor
• 2GB of RAM and
16GB ...
… but solid build and great handling
• Curved rear and ergonomic design
• Great for one-handed usage
• Solid build
• Chequ...
Walnut or teak for you sir?
• The Moto X is
available in white,
black, red, royal blue
or turquoise
• For Rs 2,000 extra,
...
Scrumptious visuals on the 720p screen
• The 4.7-inch AMOLED screen may only offer 720p
resolution, but is gorgeous and vi...
Clicks yummy shots
• The 10MP primary shooter
can be launched from
standby with a quick double
twist
• The Camera app is b...
All the sweetness of KitKat, plus useful Moto
goodies
• Runs Android 4.4.2
KitKat out of the box
• Completely stock
interf...
Starts mutating and shows its true colours
• Loads of unique features
• Features like Active
Display and touchless
control...
Active Display is like Glance on Nokia Lumias, only
better
• Notifications fade in
and out on the
screen when the
phone is...
Spotlight Player is pure, interactive fun
• Animated, interactive
stories created by
award-winning artists
• You can inter...
No need to get touchy feely
• Saying the ‘Okay Google
Now’ hotword wakes up the
device from standby and
activates voice se...
Fast and steady – doesn’t win the race, yet stands
on the podium
• Dual-core Snapdragon chip running at 1.7GHz and 2GB of ...
Doesn’t like power sockets much
• The sealed 2,200mAh
battery keeps the Moto
X going for a full day
comfortably with
moder...
At a glance
• 4.7-inch, 1,280 x 720 AMOLED
screen
• 10MP primary camera, 2MP
front shooter
• 1.7GHz dual-core Snapdragon
p...
-
• Hard to justify the specs
at this cost
• Non-expandable
memory
• Touchless control does
trip on occasion and fails
to ...
Rs 23,999
onwards
Pricing and verdict
“The Moto X is a path-breaking smartphone. It’s a jack of all
trades with its good b...
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Motorola's flagship device, the Moto X might not win any awards for its specs, but its software smartness combined with its co-processor puts it ahead of any other smartphone we have come across. Here's a quick review of the Moto X with a closer look at its special features and performance.

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  1. 1. Moto X Review in pictures
  2. 2. May not be a mutant superhero like the X-Men, but has special powers • Always-on co- processor • Touchless control • Active Display • Quick Capture • Spotlight Player • Motorola Connect
  3. 3. Not exactly flagship specs… • 4.7-inch, 1,280 x 720 display • 1.7GHz dual-core Snapdragon processor • 2GB of RAM and 16GB fixed storage • 10-megapixel shooter • Uses a nano-SIM
  4. 4. … but solid build and great handling • Curved rear and ergonomic design • Great for one-handed usage • Solid build • Chequered pattern on the rear
  5. 5. Walnut or teak for you sir? • The Moto X is available in white, black, red, royal blue or turquoise • For Rs 2,000 extra, you can opt for a wooden rear panel, finished in either walnut or teak
  6. 6. Scrumptious visuals on the 720p screen • The 4.7-inch AMOLED screen may only offer 720p resolution, but is gorgeous and vivid • Good viewing angles and sunlight legibility • Produces crisp and vibrant colours • Ample contrast and brightness levels
  7. 7. Clicks yummy shots • The 10MP primary shooter can be launched from standby with a quick double twist • The Camera app is basic, but includes features like Auto HDR, panorama, slow-mo video capture and touch-to- shoot • Pristine images in good lighting and usable shots in low light
  8. 8. All the sweetness of KitKat, plus useful Moto goodies • Runs Android 4.4.2 KitKat out of the box • Completely stock interface, with no customisations • Includes useful Moto apps like Migrate for moving your data and Assist that helps you define phone behaviour based on conditions or time
  9. 9. Starts mutating and shows its true colours • Loads of unique features • Features like Active Display and touchless control really hold the potential to change the way you interact with your phone • These go much beyond gimmicks or party tricks – they actually work
  10. 10. Active Display is like Glance on Nokia Lumias, only better • Notifications fade in and out on the screen when the phone is on standby • Let you jump to the app or event directly with an upward swipe • Doesn’t consume extra battery power
  11. 11. Spotlight Player is pure, interactive fun • Animated, interactive stories created by award-winning artists • You can interact with them when you turn around • Somewhere between an animation and a game • Loads of fun
  12. 12. No need to get touchy feely • Saying the ‘Okay Google Now’ hotword wakes up the device from standby and activates voice search • Check waiting notifications, make calls, launch navigation, set alarms and reminders, send SMSes and emails… all with just your voice • Works brilliantly and adds a lot to the usage experience • Only works with your voice
  13. 13. Fast and steady – doesn’t win the race, yet stands on the podium • Dual-core Snapdragon chip running at 1.7GHz and 2GB of RAM handle routine tasks well. Even intensive games like Riptide GP2 load fast and run smoothly, with no sign of lag • Full rage of connectivity options including Wi-Fi ac and NFC on board. No memory expansion slot but USB OTG is supported • Almost 12GB of storage available to use
  14. 14. Doesn’t like power sockets much • The sealed 2,200mAh battery keeps the Moto X going for a full day comfortably with moderate heavy usage • Lasted 10 hours on our video loop battery test, with brightness and volume at 50 percent
  15. 15. At a glance • 4.7-inch, 1,280 x 720 AMOLED screen • 10MP primary camera, 2MP front shooter • 1.7GHz dual-core Snapdragon processor • Adreno 320 GPU • 2GB RAM, 16GB non- expandable internal storage • 2,200mAh battery • Dual-band Wi-Fi ac, Bluetooth 4.0, A-GPS, NFC, USB OTG • Single SIM
  16. 16. - • Hard to justify the specs at this cost • Non-expandable memory • Touchless control does trip on occasion and fails to recognise words Pros and cons + • Solid build, available in a variety of colours • Runs Android KitKat out of the box • Stock interface, with useful apps like Assist • Smooth performance • Very good camera • Active Display and Touchless Control work well, and redefine usage
  17. 17. Rs 23,999 onwards Pricing and verdict “The Moto X is a path-breaking smartphone. It’s a jack of all trades with its good build, crisp display, ergonomic design, smooth performance and good snapper, and really takes things to the next level with its Touchless Control. May not be a value-for-money buy in the traditional sense, but is definitely a smart buy. Highly recommended.”
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