With Moto X 2014, Motorola has made several changes to make its flagship smartphone more in line with public demand. Specs are top notch and the display has scaled to 5.2 inches. The 16 GB Moto X 2nd Gen variant is available for 29,999 INR and the 32 GB variant is available for 31,299 INR. Here a few questions and answers you can go through before you make up your mind.
Moto X 2014 Quick Specs
- Display Size: 5.2 Inch Full HD Super AMOLED, 1920 X 1080 resolution, 423 PPI, Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection
- Processor: 2.5 GHz Quad Core Snapdragon 801 processor with Adreno 330GPU
- RAM: 2 GB
- Software Version: Android 4.4.4 KitKat, Upgrade gauranteed
- Camera: 13 MP camera, 4K video recording
- Secondary Camera: 2 MP, 1080P Video recording
- Internal Storage: 16 GB/ 32 GB
- External Storage: No
- Battery: 2300 mAh
- Connectivity: HSPA+, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0 with A2DP, aGPS, GLONASS, Micro USB 2.0
Question – Does Moto X 2014 have Corning Gorilla Glass Protection?
Answer– Yes, the display is protected by Gorilla Glass 3 on the display.
Question – How is the Display of Motorola Moto X?
Answer – The 5.2 Inch super AMOLED display is good in quality, though not the best that we have seen. If you like AMOLED displays, you would love this one too. If you have been steering away from AMOLED displays because of an overall blue-ish tint, more prominent on white background, this one won’t impress you. The display sharpness and viewing angles are good.
Question – How is the Build Quality?
Answer – The Metal frame, slim bezels, thin side edge, rounded back – all add to its appeal. The handset is very sturdy as was evident from numerous bend tests a while back. Our review unit has a leather back cover, which demands extreme care. It is prone to scratches and once you accumulate a few, you realize how much more prominent they appear.
Question – What comes inside the Box?
Answer- 1.15 Ampere charger, good quality headphones, Data Cable, User Guide, Warranty card, Service center list, SIM ejector tool
Question –What size SIM card is supported? How is the call quality?
Answer – You can use one nano SIM card. Call quality is excellent. Cellular video calling is not supported.
Question – Does it have LED notification light
Answer – No, It does not have LED notification light. The active display however makes up for it. You can wave your hand over the display and peek at notifications.
Question – How much is Free Storage?
Answer – Out of 16 GB about 10 GB is available at user end. You will be better off with 32 GB variant since storage is not expandable.
Question – Does it support USB OTG?
Answer – Yes, USB OTG is supported out of the box. You will need a file manager to access files from pen-drive.
Question – How is the Camera Quality?
Answer – The 13-megapixel 1/3.06” sensor with f2.2 aperture lens, dual LED ring flash and 4k recording sound like a great leap ahead compared to its predecessor. In practice however, we didn’t find it to be as big of an improvement. You can read our Moto X Camera Review for full details.
Question – How much did Moto X score on Antutu and Nenamarks 2?
Answer – Moto X scored 43,671 on Antutu and 59.6 fps on Nenamarks 2. Performance is very good and UI transitions are very smooth. Additional features like Active display, touchless controls all work very well.
Question – How many sensors does Moto X have?
Answer – You can see the full list in the image below
Question – How is GPS Locking?
Answer – GPS locking is good both indoors and outdoors.
Question – How Loud is Loudspeaker on Moto X?
Answer – Loud Speaker is very loud. It is a mono speaker. the upper metallic trim houses in call speaker, while only the lower one acts as loud speaker.
Question – Can Motorola Moto X play Full HD 1080p Videos?
Answer – Yes, it can smoothly play full HD and HD videos. HD playback is smooth
Question – Can Moto X be connected to Bluetooth headsets?
Answer – Yes, you can connect it to Bluetooth headset
Question – Is WiFi Display supported?
Answer – Yes, WiFi display is supported
Question – How is the battery backup
Answer – The 2300 mAh battery doesn’t sound like much and unfortunately it isn’t. With an extended period of usage we do hope Motorola had included a bigger battery. If you turn off touchless controls, you can manage to last full 24 hours on single charge.
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On the whole, Motorola Moto X is one of the best devices to relish stock android experience. The added features like active display enhance your android experience. The good enough camera and not so impressive battery life might be a deal breaker at this price point. If you have any more queries, you can ask us in the comment section below.