The Moto X 2015 is definitely a good deal with its price tag starting at $400. However, do not get fooled with this low price as buying it will prove to be a give-and-take situation.
We are saying this because there are some factors you should consider before purchasing the Moto X 20150 device. First of all, we cannot help but notice the decline from AMOLED to an IPS-LCD display. So, housing such a display makes the Moto X a weak opponent in the face of Galaxy S6 and Samsung Note 5.
Based on Marques Brownlee’s revision (a YouTube reviewer), the camera that has been integrated in the Moto X is not doing a good enough job. However, Motorola claims the opposite. According to his thorough analysis, the OIS is the first big minus. Another one is the fact that a bunch of megapixels doesn’t stand for an outstanding shooter. Also as noted by the same review, the Moto X camera app is not the easiest app to work with. Enough with the drawbacks, let’s move on to the good parts.
The Moto X has a solid rubber back that will prevent users from dropping the gizmo and the best part is that a protective case is no longer required.
Under the hood, the Moto X is fired-up by a Snapdragon 808 chip, 3GB of RAM, and as far as storage options, here are your choices: 16GB, 32GB and 64GB and you can expand the memory up to 128 GB. And even if the 3000mAh battery (not detachable) is not something that will blow you away, the fact that you have the Turbo Charging element makes up for the poor battery. Also, the Moto X runs on Android 6.0 Marshmallow and the fact that it has such a thrifty price will definitely attract consumers.
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