When the Android development project was taken up by Google, it was meant to be a platform that would bring the delight of a rich smartphone experience over flexibility and still being available to the masses. This just seems to be the exact idea behind the first child of the Google Motorola marriage that took place an year back, the Motorola Moto X. Being a handset that’s completely assembled in the United States, the Motorola Moto X does packs in quite a punch by delivering the “High-end” content within the “Mid-range” budget. People say that the Moto X will put Android to a league of its own to compete the exclusivity that the Apple iPhone holds but the fact is, the legacy has just been outdone!
Now carrying that amount of expectations up on its “customizable” shoulders, let us have a quick look at what the Motorola Moto X is made up of.
Motorola Moto X Specifications:
- 4.7 inch 720p AMOLED(RGB Matrix) display with Magic Glass dubbed Gorilla Glass protection.
- Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean OS.
- Motorola X8 Mobile Chipset which combines A Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro chipset having dual Krait cores ticking at 1.7 GHz of clockspeed alongside the Adreno 320 GPU and 2 GB of RAM along with a natural language processor and a contextual processor.
- Bluetooth 4.0+ with EDR, Dual Band Wifi and LTE support.
- 10 Megapixel Camera with ClearPixel technology for superior low light performance, support for recording 1080p videos at 60fps and extras like HDR, Panorama, Burst Mode, Face detection and Geotagging/ 2 Megapixel front camera with support for 1080p video for video calling.
- 16/32 GB Memory and a 2200 mAh battery that promises 13 hours of 3G talktime and an endurance rating of 24 hours.
Apart from the internal stuff, on the exterior face of it, the Moto X will be a highly customizable phone(they promised, they delivered!). The customers will get treated with an array of customizable shell options for their phone while placing an order. You can choose from the color of the front panel being black or white and a range of 18 color options to choose from for the curved back. Further, you can also customize the “accent” of the device which refers to the theme of the side buttons and the camera rim and to add some even more personal punch to it, you can add a short message or name to the back of the phone while you can also choose the set of wallpapers that you want your phone to ship with!
Feuhh! Now that’s an entrant that has got some serious punch packed inside and an even better support team backing it up. Loaded with features and a few neat and exclusive tricks of its own under its sleeve viz. the Active Display(Take that as a Nokia Glance Screen for Android!), the Moto X is a package that’ll surely make the big guns sweat it hard to sweep off from the shelves as Google has delivered what it promised- A mid ranger droid with high-end features and a touch of exclusivity while being highly customizable!