Motorola Moto X Price List September, 2021 & Specs in Philippines

Motorola Moto X Cheapest Price and Key Features

Long time phone maker Motorola's Moto X is the representing flagship smartphone. As with many flagship smartphones, the Moto X models have all packed superb specifications from its first model to the latest iterations such as the Moto X Play. An outstanding feature of the Moto X is also its software, which is pretty much just a pure Android experience. Read more below!

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Motorola Moto X Cheapest Price and Key Features

Long time phone maker Motorola's Moto X is the representing flagship smartphone. As with many flagship smartphones, the Moto X models have all packed superb specifications from its first model to the latest iterations such as the Moto X Play. An outstanding feature of the Moto X is also its software, which is pretty much just a pure Android experience. Read more below!

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Cheapest Motorola Moto X Price in Philippines is ₱ 16,999.00

The Motorola Moto X is now available in Philippines. The cheapest Motorola Moto X price in Philippines is ₱ 16,999.00 from Lazada. Motorola Moto X price details are updated September 2021.

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Motorola Moto X Specs

Screen Size 4.7"
Pixel Density 312ppi
Display Resolution 720 x 1280pixels
Water Resistant No
Scratch Resistant Yes
Display Technology AMOLED
Rear Camera 10MP
Front Camera 2MP
Camera Lenses Single Camera
Video Resolution HD
Weight 130g
Body Material Plastic
Dimensions (W x H x D) 129.3 x 65.3 x 10.4mm
Battery Capacity 2200mAh
CPU Qualcomm MSM8960DT Snapdragon S4 Pro
Processor Core Dual Core
OS Android
OS Version Android 4.2.2 (Jelly Bean)
Dual SIM No
SIM Card Nano-SIM
USB Connectors Micro-USB
5G No
Wi-Fi Standard 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
Expandable Memory No
Face Recognition No
Fingerprint Scanner No

A Handsome Smartphone

All Motorola Moto X smartphones sport a curved back casing and a sturdy aluminumbody frame. This allows the smartphone to fit in the palm of your hands better, following the natural curve of our hands when holding it. In the United States, customers can utilize Motorola's Moto Maker software which allows for customization of the smartphone's looks such as the rear casing materials and trim colors.

Outside of that however, we are still greeted with a handsome smartphone that looks elegant and sleek no matter where you bring it. Small bezels on the front of the smartphone also helps to make the smartphone easy to use – even with a large display of 5.7 inches.

Speaking of Displays

Most Moto X smartphones have very beautiful Full HD (1080p resolution) displays that deliver rich visuals to you. The Moto X Pure, however, takes it up a notch with a gorgeous Quad HD (2k resolution) 5.7-inch display. It is incredibly stunning and all of your media such as movies, pictures, and games, all come to life with it. There is no sharper smartphone display out there than a Quad HD display.

Front Firing Speakers

Most smartphones out there have tinny little speakers that sit at the bottom of the phone – or worse, at the back. With Moto X smartphones however, you can enjoy sounds and music in its true intended direction: towards you! Flanking the gorgeous displays of Moto X smartphones are stereo front firing speakers that deliver rich audio towards you, your movies will be entirely more immersive and your music will sound much fuller in all aspects.

Natural Controls

All Moto X smartphones may run on a user interface that very closely resembles pure stock Android, but it also has Moto enhancements that come from Motorola themselves. Moto Display gives you easy to view notifications that can been seen at a glance – acting alike an ambient display of sorts. It does not drain power and is extremely convenient when you just want to have a glance of information.

Moto Actions on the other hand, uses very natural intuitive controls to access certain phone functions. Twisting your wrist with the unlocked phone in your hand and you will instantly open the camera. Want the flashlight? Chop downwards, twice. For an even more hands-free approach, Motorola has put in voice control into the Moto X: You can control your smartphone by asking for information or directions without even touching the display – and you can put in your own personalized phrase to activate it too!

Reviews of Motorola Moto X
Reviewed on 2015-08-04
Hello Moto. Motorola smartphones are back again in the Philippines. The brand now under Lenovo launched three new lower- to mid-range priced smartphones led by the popular Moto X, Moto G and Moto E. These Moto phones, first released in 2013, helped Motoro...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-20
Impressive build and design, Very good performance, Great display quality, Affordably priced, NFC, LTE support, Android 5.1 Lollipop out of the box
Low, non-expandable storage, Short battery life
It has been a long time since Motorola made a presence in the Philippines so it is a bit of a surprise that they made another attempt this year. This time, it brought three of its most popular handsets from last year; among them is the 2nd-generation Moto...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-18
If you haven't heard, Motorola is back in the country, 7 years after their ungraceful exit from the PH market back in 2008. But now they're back, and they're bringing three devices with them to the PH: the Moto E, the Moto G and the Moto X. Today's hands-...
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Reviewed on 2015-09-15
For all of its many strengths, one area where the 2014 Moto X didn't exactly excel was in the realm of photography. The phone took fine enough photos -- more or less average for a device of its caliber -- but it offered nothing exceptional in the imaging...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-08
Do we have a good one for you today – the widely popular Motorola Moto X (2014) goes up against the newcomer from India, the Yu Yuphoria . We have one of the first smartphones designed to give you a lot of value for your money…something that Motorola has...
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Reviewed on 2015-03-31
Great battery life, Good display quality, Good camera quality, Good speaker quality, Good graphics performance, Very easy to type on, Comfortable to hold in hand, Great for reading, Very easy to navigate
Screen resolution is lower than some competitors
With so many phones coming out this year, it could be hard for any one phone to be a standout. That's not true with the Moto X. Adding loads of new features like hands-free functionality (just say "OK Google Now") distracted driving safety options, and th...
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Reviewed on 2014-11-05
Two sibling phones. One is sleek and sophisticated -- beautiful to the eye and a treat to hold. The other is more industrial -- far less refined but super rugged and oozing with power. So which is the better device?With Motorola's 2014 Moto X and Droid Tu...
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Reviewed on 2014-09-29
The Samsung Galaxy S5, by comparison, is all plastic and comes in either white or black. At least it has a soft-touch, dimpled finish, making it easy to grasp.MORE: The Best Smartphones Available NowHowever, the S5 is slightly more resilient than the Moto...
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Reviewed on 2014-09-26
Our smartphones are the single most important devices we own. They're the tools we use to communicate with our loved ones, our offices made mobile. They're our game consoles, our conduit for watching and reading anything the internet offers. They've also ...
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Reviewed on 2014-09-16
Motorola surely established something in the smartphone industry that we haven't seen in a grand scale when the Moto X arrived on the scene last year to much acclaim. Not only did it present us with a venerable Android smartphone that could be customized...
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Reviewed on 2014-09-16
Motorola is back with a brand new version of the Moto X. The new phone is bigger in every way than last year's model, but bigger doesn't always mean better. The Moto X is for those who like the idea of customizing *everything* about their smartphone, inc...
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Reviewed on 2014-09-16
“The best.” I know, I know… who's to say which Android phone is the best? No two people are alike and different users have different priorities. There are so many factors to consider, it's obviously impossible to determine the “best” phone for everyone.Bu...
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Reviewed on 2014-09-10
Aggressive design gives the phone a sturdy and edgy look, Moto Maker gives us continued control in how the phone is designed, Software features remain at a minimum, but they've all been enhanced, Moto Voice showcases the effectiveness of voice control, Th...
Battery life is underwhelming, Weak brightness output makes is really tough viewing the screen outdoors, Camera suffers under lower lighting situations, Leather option is prone to scuffs and scratching
Reinventing itself last year, Motorola struck a chord in the Android community with the launch of its Moto X smartphone. It was a bold venture indeed, especially in light of the competition that it had to fight against in the space. Competing valiantly t...
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Reviewed on 2014-09-09
Everything about this new Moto X looks and feels high-end, Curves and contours feel nice in the hand, Fast Snapdragon 801 SoC, $499 unlocked price won't upend the mobile industry, but it compares favorably to other flagships, Near-stock Android with the p...
Leather back looks nice but scuffs pretty easily, Camera isn't a standout, Battery life is better than last year, but not top-of-the-class
For starters, Motorola has made an aggressive play for the midrange, low-end, and emerging smartphone markets in the form of the Moto G and the Moto E . Both phones make compromises to hit their sub-$200-unlocked prices, but they largely identify the most...
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Reviewed on 2014-09-05
While Eric Bangeman is handling the quick hands-on of the Moto 360 in his post, I'm going to run you through the two Android smartphones in this brief, hands-on post.We've got a full review coming in a couple of days after Ars Android genius Ron Amadeo an...
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Reviewed on 2014-08-14
My, how time flies.It's hard to believe it was a full year ago when we were getting our first glimpse at the Moto X , the first handset to emerge from Motorola following its Google-led makeover.A lot has changed since then -- to put it mildly -- but one t...
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Reviewed on 2014-05-05
Quick TakeProsEditing effects are attractive Image quality is good in bright light Auto focus is fairly quickTouchscreen operation is smooth Body is compact Burst mode shoots without limitHDR brings out shadow detailGesture wake-up is convenient Tap s...
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Reviewed on 2014-04-14
Solid build quality, Snappy performance, Brilliant battery life, Active display is impressive
Comes only in 16GB variant without SD card slot, Camera is not the best in class, Back cover is not removable,
After the successful Moto G launch, Motorola launched the Moto X in India last month. This was announced even before the Moto X soon after Droid Mini, Droid Ultra and Droid Maxx. Moto X has a slightly larger display with 720p HD resolution, similar to...
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Reviewed on 2014-04-11
Solid build, Scrumptious screen, Capable camera, Smooth performance, Active Display and Touchless Control take usage to the next level
Nonexpandable storage, Can't match up to specs offered by similarlypriced rivals
"Presenting the smartphone that does full justice to this tag" Unless you've been living in a cave thus far, you'd know that the X-Men are a bunch of mutant superheroes that boast special powers. We've seen our share of smartphones that have used the ‘X'...
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Reviewed on 2014-04-07
"Specs take a backseat, as the true power of smart features comes to the fore" The Moto X is a special device. Just like the Apple iPhone, it plays in an arena where hardware isn't used to fight spec battles. Instead, it uses hardware with the right blend...
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