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Motorola-Moto-X How its deffer from others?


The revolutionary Moto X lets you customize every nook and cranny of the outer appearance, down to your own boot animation, and headphones to match your back cover color. Every aspect of the phone was rehashed in line with the function it performs, rather than chasing the specs-o-meter. Moto went with OLED, as it makes possible the Active Display notification function, but it is a standard RGB matrix OLED, so you still get plenty of true pixel density, "without wasting power on pixels most people can't see". The X8 processor might have "just" two CPU cores, but it is rethought from the ground up to make the always-on environmental awareness of the phone possible with power-sipping extra processing cores. The 10 MP camera might not be in line with the 13 MP on current flagships, but is the first to utilize the Clear Pixel technology that lets it soak much more light, and so on.source

Basic features:
Os:Android (4.4.2, 4.4, 4.3, 4.2.2)
Display:4.7 inch
Camera:10MP Autofocus.
Sensor:Light sensor, Proximity sensor, Scratch-resistant glass
Ram: 2GB
Storage: 16GB
Processor :Dualcore 1.7GHZ
Battery: 2200 mAh

Main Feature of Motorola Moto X.
1. Voice Assistant
Moto X comes with an innovative voice assistant, which responds to voice commands without having to touch any buttons even when the phone is in standby mode and the display is turned off. Much like with Google Glass, all you need to say is “OK Google Now” followed by the voice command and the phone will do the needful.

2. Quick Capture
It also comes with motion based camera controls. If you have the phone in your hand, just twist your wrist twice and it will be ready to click pictures. Great for one handed use, this feature just requires tapping anywhere on the screen to shoot.

3. Active Display
The phone comes with an active display, which shows notifications on the lock screen itself as soon as one lifts the phone. Detailed view can also be accessed without unlocking the phone. This feature makes information more accessible for the user.

4. Co-processor
The three functions mentioned above are controlled by the phone’s pair of co-processors, which work when the phone is not in active use. One of them takes care of the active display and sensing motion (for the motion based camera control), while the other keeps listening for voice commands to wake up the phone. The co-processors sip little battery and help the phone’s battery last longer that what could have achieved by keeping the main processors running.

5. Motorola Assist
Apart from all that (and the Android goodness, of course), Moto X also gets Motorola Assist, a feature that detects if you are driving and reads out the caller’s name for your convenience.

To recap, the Moto X features a 4.7-inch HD (1280×720 pixels) AMOLED screen, a 2,200mAh battery, and a dual-core 1.7GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon SoC and 2GB of RAM. Storage-wise, it gets two versions: 16GB and 32GB. Unlike the Moto G, which comes with dual-SIM support, the Moto X supports only one SIM. It was introduced with Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean but has been upgraded to Android 4.4 KitKat. On the photography front, it gets an LED flash equipped 10-megapixel ‘ClearPixel’ primary and 2-megapixel front camera. Both the cameras can shoot 1080p videos.

Let’s not beat around the bushes here folks, but the specs on the Moto X’s display are nothing worth bragging about. By today’s standards, its 4.7-inch 720x1280 (720p) AMOLED display is far from imposing, especially when compared to the 1080p beasts floating about. Details are effective enough to make everyday things easy on the eyes, seeing that it employs the favorable RGB arrangement with its pixels – while its saturated color reproduction and wide viewing angles are expected qualities from what we’re normally exposed to with AMOLED tech. Out of everything, though, it’s the edge-to-edge nature and minimal bezels of the display that are absolutely amazing. In fact, it helps to make the handset extremely form fitting and compact – more than anything else we’ve seen!

Another interesting aspect is the Active Display feature of the handset, which shows pertinent notifications in a confined area on the display – thus, helping it to reduce power consumption. Instead of turning on the Moto X to view notifications, Active Display will initiate whenever it receives something new, or when it’s nudges or flipped over from a display down position. Its purpose works, especially when we’re now less inclined to turn on the phone all the time.

7.Motorola Moto X – Connectivity
The Moto X comes with either 16GB or 32GB of internal memory and, like many top-end Androids, there’s so memory card slot to let you add to it. Its USB port is MHL-compatible, though, letting you plug the phone directly into a TV if you have the right adapter. One does not come included but they are available for as little as £10 online.

Classy, simple design
Neat 'active display' notifications
Excellent HDR shots

Out-of-date processor
Poor low-light camera shots
Slightly overpri