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Reviewed on 2015-09-29
Excellent camera Fast performance and smooth Android software Stunning highres screen Loud frontfacing stereo speakers Expandable storage via microSD card Allday battery actually lasts all dayNo fingerprint sensor, One thick phone Harsh frontfacing flash
After two generations of utterly mediocre cameras, Motorola has finally blessed the Moto X Pure Edition (called the Moto X Style internationally) with cameras that don't make you want to unleash a mouthful of profanity when you see the muddy photos.I've b...
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Reviewed on 2015-08-09
First Impressions The phone looks solid and premium. It has a slight curve at the back which reminded me of the LG G3 and G4. The matte rubber back cover cannot be detached though so let's just hope that when time comes, it won't be sticky. If you are acc...
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Reviewed on 2015-08-04
In case you didn't hear, Motorola's back in the Philippines. After their ungraceful exit back in 2008, the company is back, though now owned by Chinese giant, Lenovo. With their return to the PH, they come bringing several devices from last year, chief of...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-31
The pair of new Moto X phones offer something a little different in the Android world and could be a good option if you can't stretch to a flagship from Samsung, HTC and others. Here's our Moto X Style vs Moto X Play vs Moto X 2 comparison which will help...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-31
Quick update for Telus customers that own a second generation Motorola Moto X . We've been receiving tips over the past few days that Android 5.1 is finally available to download on the device.This update brings a number of performance improvements, bug f...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-29
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Reviewed on 2015-07-20
The 20 best smartphones available to buy in the UK right now. The best phones you can buy in the UK - Best Android phones, best iPhones, best Windows Phones - best mobile phone reviews. Keep reading to find out what is the best phone of 2015. Updated on 2...
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Reviewed on 2015-06-18
Samsung also took this opportunity to take the curved edge concept from the Note Edge a step further and put it on both sides. Although it adds little to functionality, no one can deny it is certainty neat to look at, especially as content falls off the s...
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Reviewed on 2015-06-04
This new, faster Moto X with a bigger screen turned up just as Mrs Technopolis was off to the US. Rather than incur insane roaming charges, she wanted to take the Moto with my US SIM, but I suggested this wonderful new version instead. That night, she cal...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-07
It's hardly been a month and already we have come across another price revision for the Moto X 2nd generation in the country by Motorola. After recently bringing down the starting price of the phone to Rs 26,999 and Rs 29,999 for the 16 and 32GB variants;...
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Reviewed on 2015-04-20
Pure Android 5.0 out of the box, Excellent performance allaround, Full HD AMOLED screen is a joy to look at, Impeccable build quality and ergonomic design, Frontfiring speaker, Affordable offcontract price for a flagshipCamera performance is disappointing, Battery life is only average, Purchasing it is a bit of a problem
If you were to pick any phone that offers pure, stock Android, what would it be? The monstrous Nexus 6? Maybe the more pocketable Nexus 5? Or perhaps you'd be thinking of the OnePlus One? But there's another phone that you probably haven't thought about w...
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Reviewed on 2015-03-22
At first sight, HTC's new flagship instilled a feeling of deja vu in us, but we decided to give it a chance and not judge the book by its cover. Well, it turned out to be a pretty mixed bag – the One M9 is certainly an improvement over the One (M8) in ce...
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Reviewed on 2015-03-21
The wrong time to buy a new phone is always the first three months of the year. Events such as February's Mobile World Congress pave the way for companies to launch new devices for the year. So, consumers already know that new phones from Samsung, HTC, X...
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Reviewed on 2015-02-07
Motorola stunned followers of the smartphone industry last year when it revealed the Moto X 2014 . For a smartphone inspired by a device with modest internals and somewhat lofty off-contract price tag, the Moto X 2014 was a powerhouse. A larger screen wit...
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Reviewed on 2015-02-07
Samsung may dominate the Android market today, but that wasn't always the case. For years, when it came to non-Apple smartphones, Motorola was the brand of choice. Through a successful partnership with Verizon, the manufacturer was responsible for the ico...
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Reviewed on 2015-02-01
Motorola's software experience and enhancements still a cut above, Premium build quality and feel, Sheer performance offered by strong chipset,  , THESmall battery returns disappointing longevity, Inconsistent camera performance, 16GB only with no microSD expansion
When the original Moto X launched it was clear Motorola wanted to take the smartphone game in a different direction. The focus was to be not on specs per se, rather on design ergonomics and intuitive controls. It ended up achieving what it set out to do r...
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Reviewed on 2015-01-28
Beautifully designed with solid construction; Fast and responsive UI; Frustrating bloatware kept at bayLimited local availability at this stage; Slightly sub par camera for flagship smartphone
Remember the good old days of flip phones? When the Motorola Razr set the benchmark as far as style and functionality went? Nearly a decade after the flip phone was laid to rest, candy bar shaped capacitive touchscreens are the order of the day, and Motor...
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Reviewed on 2015-01-26
Slick design and build, Customisable design, Great screen, Decent Camera, Near stock Android experience, Nice speakers, Excellent battery lifeVoice control still squiffy, No microSD
Thankfully, a lot of the changes made while under the watchful eyes of Google stayed put, as Lenovo –– at least at the time of writing –– hasn't really altered any aspect of Google's formula, which brought things like stock Android UXs, rapid updates and ...
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Reviewed on 2015-01-22
The Xperia Z3 Compact continues Sony's Xperia Z1 Compact philosophy: to create a miniature handset packed with the same high-end specs as the flagship device. Compared to the Xperia Z3, the Z3 Compact comes with a pretty similar looking spec sheet. Both h...
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Reviewed on 2015-01-22
It really wasn't that long ago that we were reviewing the original Moto X and loving it. Motorola has thankfully kept what we liked so much in the former and added in a few neat new tricks for this year's model.Design wise, the Moto X is more contain over...
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Processor frequency

2.5 GHz

Processor family

Qualcomm Snapdragon

Processor model


Processor architecture

ARM Cortex-A7

Processor cores



Display diagonal

13.2 cm (5.2")

Display resolution

1920 x 1080 pixels

Display type


Pixel density

423 ppi

Ports & interfaces

USB port
USB connector type


Headphone connectivity

3.5 mm

Weight & dimensions


144 g


7.24 cm


9.9 mm


14.1 cm


SIM card capability

Single SIM

2G standards


3G standards


4G standards


Wi-Fi standards

802.11a, 802.11ac, 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n

Bluetooth version

4.0 LE

2G bands (primary SIM)

850,900,1800,1900 MHz

3G bands supported

850,900,1900,2100 MHz

Near Field Communication (NFC)


Internal storage capacity

16 GB

Internal RAM

2048 MB

Compatible memory cards
USB mass storage


GPS (satellite)


Operating system installed


Operating system version



Rear camera resolution (numeric)

13 MP

Auto focus
Built-in flash
Front camera
Front camera resolution (numeric)

2 MP

Digital zoom


Video recording
Video recording modes

1080p, 720p

Maximum frame rate

30 fps

Flash type



Battery capacity

2300 mAh


Form factor


Colour of product

Brown, White


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