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What Precisely Motorola Moto X Offers

Updated on May 10, 2014

There are lots of mobile phones obtainable in the market but not all can meet the performance and functionality that you are in search of. However, Motorola Moto X is different and it can be just what you need.

Created by Motorola and Google, Moto X can surely fulfill your expectations. This smart phone already has the Android Jelly Bean as its operating system and it is also upgradable. It also has a 16GB internal storage and 2GD RAM so you can be assured that you can install the applications that you need. If its storage capacity is not enough for you, then you might find it quite hard to deal with because it doesn't come with an expandable storage.


When it comes to display, you can be assured that the Motorola Moto X doesn’t lag behind. This is because it has the AMOLED 4.7 inch with a resolution of 720x1280 pixels. You will get vibrant colors with its display unit and you can be assured that you will still have the visibility that you need even when you are utilizing your cellular phone under the sun.

Other than that, the Motorola Moto X has features that you will find beneficial. One of these features is the voice command recognition and response. If you a fond of taking photos, you will surely relish making use of the 10MP rear camera of this cellular phone. Additionally, it has camera features like panorama, HDR mode, RGBC as well as 4x digital zoom. In addition, it features burst mode that enables you to take 99 shots continuously. If you love taking selfies, then you'll be glad to know that this smart phone has a 2MP front camera. Aside from taking pictures, you can also use it when video chatting.

Many smart phone users experience problems when it comes to their phone’s battery. Most smartphones can only last 5 hours when used constantly. Nevertheless, the Moto X can totally exceed the life of the battery of other smartphones and it can be utilized for some more hours. It could actually last for around 7 to 9 hours based on the usage.

Motorola Moto X is just what you need in a smart phone. You can assume it to work well simply because of its great specs and software. Though there are other mobile phones available for sale, the Moto X can certainly give you more especially in terms of usability and durability. To get the cellphone at the best price, check out Moto X promo codes, deals here.

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