Lenovo Moto X Pure Price List October, 2020 & Specs in Philippines

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1440 x 2560pixels

Recommended at Galleon
₱ 27,186.00
₱ 31,642.00

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Cheapest Lenovo Moto X Pure Price in Philippines is ₱ 27,186.00

The Lenovo Moto X Pure is now available in Philippines. The cheapest Lenovo Moto X Pure price in Philippines is ₱ 27,186.00 from Galleon. Lenovo Moto X Pure price details are updated October 2020.

Lenovo Moto X Pure Price Guide

Price List by Country for Lenovo Moto X Pure

Country International Price Price in PHP
Philippines PHP 27,186.00 ₱ 27,186.00
Thailand THB 2,600 ₱ 4,021.00

Lenovo Moto X Pure Specs

Screen Size 5.7"
Display Resolution 1440 x 2560pixels
Pixel Density 520ppi
Scratch Resistant Yes
Water Resistant Yes
Rear Camera Resolution 21MP
Dual camera No
Front Camera Resolution 5MP
Battery Capacity 3000mAh
Talk Time 5h
Processor Hexa Core
Operating System Android
Weight 179g
Dimensions (W x H x D) 153.9 x 76.2 x 11.1mm
Body Material Plastic
Expandable Memory Yes
Card Slot Yes
Release Year 2015
USB Connectors Micro-USB
Wi-Fi Standard 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
Dual SIM Yes
SIM Card Nano-SIM
Waterproof No
Virtual Reality Capable No
Heart Rate Sensor No
LED Notification Light Yes
Face Recognition No
Iris Scanner No
Fingerprint Scanner No
FM Radio No
3D Touch No

Reviews of Lenovo Moto X Pure

Reviewed on 2016-03-14
Build quality, Camera, Display, Customizable design
Average battery life, No fingerprint reader
Similar to how “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” closely followed the original trilogy's blueprint (maybe a little too closely) despite changing ownership from George Lucas to Walt Disney, the latest X sequel, the Moto X Pure Edition, avoids a “Star Trek” in...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-19
Back in mid-September, we 1st reviewed the 3rd-generation Motorola flagship w/ the Moto X Pure Edition. For the most part, we loved a lot about it and others could have been a little bit better. Overall, a great device from Motorola.Now some time has pass...
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Reviewed on 2016-01-30
In 2013, Google instructed Motorola to reboot and reinvent itself as a producer of Android devices different from anything else. Motorola did almost nothing to stand out from the pack up until then. The brand and its devices couldn't stand out from Samsun...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-04
After reviewing many phones throughout the year, I notice how many great features they all have to offer. Many have decent processors, beautiful screens and useful cameras. That's when you look for stand out features or deal breakers that make you pick on...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-03
Stock Android 6 experience, Original looking design with premium feel, Builtin fingerprint sensor, Incredibly snappy performance in daily use, Camera is surprisingly good, Hardtobeat starting cost of $400, Highly customizable design, One of the brightest...
This year, we've seen a huge shift towards delivering ‘low-cost' premium smartphones – you know, high-end spec'd things under the $500 threshold. Traditionally speaking, phones positioned in the upper end of the spectrum have been priced at around $600 a...
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Reviewed on 2015-11-30
The original Moto X was a pioneer in a world of smartphones that all looked the same. The latest generation continues that trend by offering a plethora of customization options that allow each person to inject their own personality into the look of their...
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Reviewed on 2015-11-18
Moto Maker customization, Beautiful design/build quality, MicroSD expansion, TurboPower charging, Large vibrant display, Clean software experience, Much improved camera, Very competitive price, Supports LTE on all major US carriers, Loud front-facing spea...
Average battery life, Some slight performance hiccups
Starting with the original Moto X, Motorola's strategy has been to focus less on the specs race and more on creating a unique, enjoyable user experience. With each generation of the Moto X, Motorola has further perfected this vision, while improving the q...
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Reviewed on 2015-11-15
call quality, decent build, expandable storage, turbo charging, fast micro SD slot, performance stable SoC, good speakers, big QHD screen with high color accuracy...
that is a bit weak in contrast, bulky design, cameras only middling, high surface temperatures under load, battery could be bigger
Just your style. The Moto X Style is the flagship of Lenovo's American subsidiary, and can be customized even more than its sister models. It also sports stronger hardware and a better camera. Its 5.7-inch screen makes it quite bulky. Despite all that, th...
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Reviewed on 2015-11-04
When the Samsung Galaxy S6 debuted earlier this year, the Korean manufacturer surprised the world by introducing a major overhaul to the build quality and design of its flagship, which better matched the premium price the series commanded. While this was...
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Reviewed on 2015-11-04
Solid build quality, Stock Android, Voice features and other signature Motorola experiences, Frontfacing stereo speakers, Fast charging
Average battery life, Subpart lowlight imaging performance, Lacks a fingerprint scanner
“The flagship Moto X is a capable device but doesn't blow our socks off”Over the years, quite a few smartphone brands have used the letter ‘X' as part of the model names for their offerings. The likes of the Google Nexus 5X and the OnePlus X come to mind...
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Reviewed on 2015-11-03
Motorola's flagship phone for 2015, the Moto X Style (called the Moto X Pure Edition in the U.S.) has an appealing set of specs, a stylish design and all the customization benefits of Moto Maker . In the cutthroat Android handset market, though, making a...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-21
HTC unveiled today the One A9 , and it's an interesting device. Not because it looks nothing like its siblings in the One series, but because it doesn't really try to compete on specs with the elite of Android. The $400 A9 certainly looks like a flagship...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-19
Customize your own device with Moto Maker, Near-stock Android means no carrier bloatware or extra apps you can't rid of
Battery life is inconsistent, Low-light performance is still kind of "eh" in some situations
It took three tries for Motorola to make an all-around solid flagship device, but we were patient. With the Moto X Pure Edition, the company made a phone with a decent rear-facing camera, Quad HD display, and a few special software features, all wrapped i...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-17
Everyone has their own reasons to be excited about a new Moto X, be it the customization options available to you via Moto Maker, the near stock-like software experience that keeps things smooth and snappy, or the different features that it offers when co...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-16
It's obvious that large smartphones have seen a rapid growth in popularity over the years, and while big displays have more or less become the standard in the Android world, even Apple finally gave in to the trend last year with a Plus iteration of their...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-14
Sleek design and premium build quality, Customization with different colors, leather or wood backs and more, Micro-SD slot for expandable memory, Improved camera & fast charging, Water-resistant, Price
Not as powerful as the competition, Average battery life, Display isn't up to par
With the Moto X Pure Edition for 2015, buyers will get an exceptional phone with nearly no compromises. It has everything a buyer would want from a smartphone, and it doesn't cost $700. In fact, it's just $399 . The price, along with that great experience...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-14
3D Touch pressuresensing screen, Great camera, even in low light, More polished interface and app ecosystem, Good battery life, Very good value for the money, Bright, quality display, Good pictures and video, Abundance of design customization options
The iPhone 6s Plus takes the torch from its predecessor, Apple's first phablet, and keeps things largely the same externally, but has copious amounts of upgrades on the inside, namely a new 12 MP camera module, a pressure-sensitive 3D Touch display, and...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-10
Motorola fans with a desire for as big a screen as possible were given a great option in the Nexus 6 last year. While the phone wasn't part of the Moto X family, the device featured a lot of Motorola's typical design flair and, considering how stock Moto'...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-09
MotoMaker is still a pretty big reason to pick up the Moto X. While LG has also gone the leather route, the leather on the Moto X just feels and looks better in my opinion. Also being able to choose from a variety of colors and combinations, is a huge plu...
If you decide to get your phone from another retailer, there's no customization involved, unfortunately. Not to mention, MotoMaker can also be a bad thing.  You also may encounter delays, like our unit was delayed weeks due to Motorola not having enough p...
Motorola has changed owners a couple times in the last few years. With Google buying them in 2011, and Lenovo buying them from Google in 2014. In 2013, Motorola revamped their portfolio of devices. Going from having a ton of different smartphones to just...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-07
Good hardware for a great price. Surprisingly solid 21megapixel camera. Large, highresolution, attractive display. Stock Android is always awesome, especially with Moto's enhancements.
Terrible camera app. Design isn't as nice as the best flagships out there.
Of the three smartphones Motorola has recently launched, the Moto X Style (or Moto X Pure Edition for those in the United States) is the device with the best hardware. It's the true flagship successor to last year's Moto X, and with a price tag starting a...
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