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Sunday, 20 April 2014

Motorola Moto X Review

With Moto G turning out to be a big hit in India, Motorola is raging in the Indian market with the new Moto X. This has indeed shaken up Motorola with its two key segments of smartphonesby launching smartphones back to back in the country. At a price tag of Rs 23,999, the Moto X is proving to be an unbeatable phone; notable for innovations in manufacturing, reports Ravi Sharma of TNN.

The Motorola Moto X is a compact phone with a 4.7-inch screen AMOLED displayand high resolution. This device is enriched with a screen resolution of 720p, lesser than the Full HD resolution (1080p) of Samsung Galaxy S4 and Google Nexus 5. The company revealed that the display takes around 70 percent of the space on the front panel of this phone. The HD display of Moto X is superb, offering pixel density of 312ppi that makes text, videos and images appear sharp and distinct.
The back comes with a slight curve and this makes Moto X, a handy phone to carry around. It also has special features called Active Display and Touchless Controls. Moto X is the only smartphone in the market that comes with wood-panelled back covers. But, not available in India at the moment–these back covers will be a hot favorite for smartphone lovers.

The key hardware specifications of Moto X include 2GB RAM, 10MP camera, 2,200mAh battery, 2G, 3G, 4G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, NFC and microUSB 2.0. Yet, the 10MP camera of Moto X fails to deliver as it promises. Though, taking photos look good in natural light, the object in focus is never as sharp as it should be when it is zoomed in.
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