Motorola Moto X Released


Motorola Moto X

Well if you’re a fan of Motorola, you have definitely been waiting a while to see a new phone from these giants. Google bought out Motorola back in 2012 and this is the first phone they have launched in almost a year. So what have the mobile phone maker and the android giants given us to offer?

Well you will be disappointed if you though that it would run on some of Androids most up to date software as it will be only running on Android 4.2.2 and won’t be overlaid with any third party UI’s such as TouchWiz or Sense.

The Moto X does have a powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Processor running at 1.7GHz which is part of the new X8 system and also includes a quad-core Adreno 320 GPU, 2GB of RAM, it will come in 2 model options - 16GB and a 32GB but no expandable storage but you also get 2 years free storage of 50GB on Google Drive. Bluetooth, Wifi and 4G connectivity all come with this smartphone too and this little bundle is powered by a 2200mAh battery.

The Moto X sports a 4.7" AMOLED (RGB) HD 720p display with a resolution of 1280 x 720 and 312 ppi. Crammed into this phone too is a whopping 10MP Clear Pixel rear camera that comes complete with autofocus and LED flash and can record HD video at 1080p that’s 30fps. It not only boasts a rear camera but you even get a 2MP front camera that also records at 1080p HD video. Pictures can be taken easier on this model as Motorola have ditched the shutter button and you can take your pics just by tapping the screen, it also can tell when you want to take a photo by gently making a twisting gesture the camera will just pop up on the screen.

Motorola have put the smart back in smartphone giving you some ingenious features such as Voice Control - operating your phone just by your voice alone allowing you to dictate texts, make a call and open up apps. The screen automatically turns itself of when placed down, it can detect when you’re in car and turn on driving mode and tells you who’s calling, reads text and replies back to them telling them you’re driving.

Unfortunately it does not look likely that the Motorola Moto X will be on its way to the UK anytime soon, some sources claim that they may produce a cheaper version of this smartphone for international markets and at this time is only available in the US.


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