By now you’ve likely heard of the Moto X: The first smartphone available with direct design input from Motorola’s parent company, Google(s goog). So far, it’s priced like a flagship phone — starting at $199 with 16 GB and $249 with 32 GB from AT&T(s t) on contract, but no pricing has been announced from other carriers — and has some mid-range hardware components along with some interesting new features. You can customize the phone in your choice of colors and even add an engraving: Motorola will assemble your handset and ship it to you in four days or less.
So how is the Moto X and does it live up to expectations? I’ve used a review unit for the past several days and have answers to that and other questions.
Concept: Smart compromises and the “best of Android” for the masses
It makes sense to understand what Motorola —…
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