Motorola Moto X (2014) Review – A quirky smartphone





The Moto X is an interesting smartphone, especially the white version with a back of bamboo. The phone is due to the curved back comfortably in your hand and works rap, but the finish was a little better. The AMOLED screen is impressive, thanks to the high contrast, but the color reproduction is not completely accurate. The battery is completed for a 5 “phone on the small side and that means that it lasts less time than its competitors. The camera is not impressive. On the software level, Motorola Android with some great new features, such as Active Display, with which the device is able to distinguish good.

Is nice in the hand
Rap in use
Active Display


Color reproduction is better
Finishing sloppy
Battery life undersized

Tweakers zegt: bovengemiddeld
Price at time of publication: € 509, –

Google last year scored high with the Moto X, a 4.7 “phone which the company did not address the complete conversion of Android, as do include Samsung and HTC, but close to the Android Google continued and supplemented with its own techniques and applications. For example, the Moto X contains a special coprocessor, which he always, even with the screen off, could respond to voice commands. It was also notable that the Moto X did not participate with the hardware race, yet fast and fluently worked, and he was put on the relatively cheap market.

Moto X 2014

Motorola recently came up with a successor, who recently said more of the same. The new Moto X is slightly larger than its predecessor, has a sharper screen, a slightly larger battery and a faster soc. This Motorola this time seems to be a little more consistency with the models of the competition, even though it contains new Moto X a number of voice command tricks you will not find in other phones. In addition, in the model we tested, the white version, a very special material used for the back: bamboo.


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