Finally, the most buzzed Smartphone of the year, the Moto-X has been released. Since the last few months, there were several rumors [actually many of them] popping out about the Moto X Android Smartphone. The buzz began when Google bought Motorola Mobility. Since then, the rumors of the next Motorola flagship device began. And finally, resting all rumors and speculations, the Motorola X Phone has finally been officially announced.
The Motorola Moto X is not a benchmark beast, but packs in some really interesting features. And today, we will be taking you through a short run-through review of the Motorola Moto X Android Smartphone.
Specifications of the Moto X Android Smartphone:
As I said, the Motorola Moto X is not a beast when it comes to hardware specifications. But it is powered by some descent specifications. Below are the detailed specifications list of the Motorola Moto X Android Smartphone:
- 4.7 inch touch screen.
- Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean.
- 1.7 GHz Dual Core Snapdragon S4 CPU.
- 2 GB of RAM.
- 10.5 MP camera.
- 2 MP front facing camera.
- 2200 mAh battery.
- 16 GB of internal storage.
- The starting price is $200, and the Moto X is a US only Smartphone.
Features Of The Motorola Moto X:
The features of the Motorola Moto X is not high end according to today’s trend. However, this problem is overcome by the addition of some interesting and innovative features. Below are some of the innovative features that comes with the Motorola Moto X Android Smartphone:
- Google Touchless Control: You can wake up your Moto X by saying the keyword “Hello Google“. Once you speak up the keyword, your device will unlock and the Google Now will fire up. Hence, after speaking the keyword, you can search any query through Google Now, without actually even touching your device once. Smart !
- Lock Screen Notification: In all other Android Smartphone available out there, you’ll need to unlock your phone to check out your notifications. However, using the Motorola Moto X, now you can view your notifications from the lock screen itself, without actually unlocking it.
There’s a lot more to talk about the Moto X, we would update this post with the details soon.