Monday, December 30, 2013

Moto X

Recently Google-owned Motorola hasn't made a Nexus phone (yet), but its Moto X is exciting and important in its own handful of ways. With more hardware customization options than any handset before it, Google Now voice integration that's still unmatched outside Motorola hardware, nearly stock Android, and a low on-contract price point, the Moto X is the first Android phone that's really for everybody. If the HTC One was Android's design response to the iPhone, the Moto X is the same for software and pure, blanket recommendability.

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