Moto X Style: Motorola has finally got it right?
Motorola is here with the new Moto X edition, and if you ask around, you’ll know that they have really outdone themselves on this one. You’ve heard the stories, you’ve read the rumors and you’ve seen the pictures, but what makes this device so special?
Follow us and you’ll get an answer to your question in this quick review we’ve put up here for you at BestMobs.
The Motorola Moto X Style is a very sleek device and you need not hold it for more than one second before even your palms wrap themselves around it.
Coming with a 5.7 inch screen doesn’t at all make the device bulky in any way. Although missing a few features such as the fingerprint scanner, the Moto X makes up for this in design by coming with other features worthy to look at such as an NFC chip and expansion slot behind its SIM compartment, where your nano SIM just fits perfectly.
The audio speakers come in dual front facing fashion making sure that you don’t get muffled sounds when the phone is placed face-down. The screens have also been carefully tweaked to make sure that in low light situations, the lightning adjusts to make your eyes comfortable.
CPU, Processor, Battery
The Moto X Style comes with a Snapdragon 808 chipset that runs on a total of 3GB of RAM, which should make sure you don’t get lags.
The device also packs a powerful battery clocking at 3000mAh which is not very impressive but would get the job done, especially if you take to battery-saving options like turning down your brightness.
Given that Motorola are known for their cameras, it is no surprise that the 21MP rear facing camera on this device beats all of its predecessors and even works better under low-light situations. The camera also adds new features such as allowing you control the focus and brightness of the images you want to take.
Not forgetting the lovers of selfies, a 5MP camera has been attached to the front of this device to take care of your selfie needs, coming with its own camera flash too for taking your pictures in cases of low light.
The X Style runs on the Android Lollipop 5.1 version which has been slightly modified by Motorola. You get the feel that you are using your Android software on a Nexus device.
Motorola has not stripped this device of the additional values it adds to its flagship mobiles as it comes with the Moto Display and Moto Voice. Other applications in there include Connect (which allows you manage external devices like the Android watches) and Migrate.
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