It is the Motorola fans' turn to get excited. Motorola has finally announced the preorder details for its Moto X smartphone, the company's flagship device that is meant to contend with Apple's iPhone 6 and Samsung's Galaxy S5.
Motorola may soon become a subsidiary of Lenovo late this year, but that has not stopped the mobile manufacturer from releasing new products recently. In an event held at its headquarters in the city of Chicago, the phone maker introduced new versions of its flagship smartphone Moto X, as well as a sequel to its budget-friendly offering Moto G. On top of that, the company also unveiled Hint, a Bluetooth earpiece accessory, and then proceeded to share some information about its smartwatch, the Moto 360.
Fans of the Moto X have been hearing rumors about the smartphone's highly-anticipated sequel (known as the Moto X+1). Even as recently as a week ago, a series of images were posted by HelloMotoHK via its Facebook page. The leaked photos showed the front panel of the latest version of Motorola's flagship smartphone.
My first experience with the Moto X went much like the one described above. It started with a simple question: What is the Moto X? I Googled it and saw some exciting pictures and said to myself I have to see this in person. So here I am holding one in my hand! Unlike some other smartphones, the Moto X sports sleek rounded corners and a curved back cover. It lacks clunky borders and garners a 4.7" high-resolution OLED screen. While the screen looks HUGE, the Moto X fits comfortably in your hand and feels extremely light. It feels so right that I never want to put it down.
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