Moto X was missing from India event, but Motorola did announce, not one but two Moto Xs for global markets yesterday. Moto X Style and its affordable sibling Moto X Play, will be launched in specific markets September onwards. Don’t expect them to arrive in India anytime soon.

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The Moto X Style blends performance and style. It has a massive 5.7 Inch display with QHD resolution, fired by 1.8 GHz Hexa Core Snapdragon 808 with 3 GB RAM. Interestingly, Motorola has ditched AMOLED panels on both Moto X phones this year. That also means Moto Display won’t be as battery efficient any more.

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Moto X Play on the other hand includes a slightly smaller 5.5 Inch display with 1080p Full HD resolution, powered by mid range Snapdragon 615 octa core chip and 2 GB RAM. This one also flaunts a mammoth 3630 mAh battery and still manages to be 10 grams lighter.

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Depending on your usage, you can go for 16 GB, 32 GB and 64 GB variants and also plugin a MicroSD card slot for some extra storage. Rear camera sensor has been bumped up to 21MP in both smartphones and it is accompanied with dual LED flash. On Moto X Style the front 5 MP camera includes LED flash too.

Moto X Play is set to launch in Canada, Europe and Latin America. The Moto X Style will be available in Europe, Latin America and North America starting from $399 in September 2015. Checkout full specs in the table below.

Key Specs  
Model Moto X StyleMoto X Play
Display5.7 inch, QHD5.7 inch, QHD
Processor 1.8 GHz Hexa Core Snapdragon 8081.7 GHz Octa Core Snapdragon 615
RAM3GB 2GB
Internal Storage 16 GB/ 32 GB/ 64 GB, Expandable 16 GB/ 32 GB, Expandable
Software Android 5.1.1 Lollipop

Android 5.1.1 Lollipop

Camera21 MP/ 5 MP21 MP/ 5 MP
Battery 3000mAh 3630mAh
Dimensions and Weight1153.9 x 76.2 x 6.1 - 11.06 mm and 179 Grams 148 x 75 x 8.9 - 10.9 mm 169 Grams
Price starts at $399 To be announced
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