Motorola recently launched two versions of Moto X, the Moto X Style, and Moto X Play. And style is what has won the hearts of users. No one has a better blended Android experience in its devices than the way Moto X Style has.
Here’s a quick sneak peek into the device that has caught many people’s attention.
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Moto X Style Review, Design, and Display:
With a 5.7 inch screen, Moto X Style has got the title of the most stylish phablet launched this season, thanks to the various options of customizable back covers available with the device. The best ones are dark wood and gunmetal grey to use.
The other one, which is a basic plastic aluminum finish cover is a little tough to manage as dirt will stick to it soon and it will be hard to clean as well. The new design also includes a front flash for those perfect selfies, but we would have preferred if the flash would be a little small in size and not literally bulging out of the device. There’s aluminum lining along the sides of the device.
There’s a speaker grill at the front side and at the back side, you can find a back camera along with dual flash. Overall, the design is almost perfect and somewhat similar to Moto X Play, but the new covers have made things better. The stereo speakers have amazing sound output when compared to many other flagships out there.
Moto X Style review, Software & Performance:
Thanks to Android Lollipop, Moto X Style lets Android work its wonders under your hands. It will get the Android Marshmallow update too soon!
A 5.7-inch TFT LCD display and Quad HD (1440×2560 pixels) resolution with a pixel density of 520ppi helps you in getting that smooth performance. Also, Corning Gorilla Glass 3 is always there to protect the glass from scratches.
The chipset is a 1.8GHz Hexa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 (MSM8992) processor coupled with Adreno 418 GPU.
Now one of the best parts of the Moto X style display is the Active Display which gives a preview of notifications on your lock screen without unlocking the handset. Just simply press on the icon of Facebook to review the kind of notifications that you have received. You also have the convenience to select which app notifications to see.
There’s Moto Voice too, which helps you in waking up your phone whenever you want. Just simply put in a phrase that the device will recognize, and whenever you say the phrase, the phone will come back to life. Moto Assist is another nice feature in case you want your phone to be extra intelligent. You can preset a few commands like sleep when you are going to sleep and Moto X Style will simply put your device on sleep mode. Though this feature still needs a little improvement.
Moto X Style review, Camera:
Moto X Style comes with a 21 MP pixel which has taken the top spot of the best Android device camera available in the market. The picture quality is detailed, thanks to the amazing lens quality. The device will work wonders in full daylight, but when the sun goes down, so does the performance of the back camera.
Here’s a slow-motion video sample footage taken using the Moto X Style:
It doesn’t give the desired results in low light which is a little disappointing, even when you use the awesome flash. The front-facing 5 MP camera though tells a different story. It works perfectly fine in daylight as well as in low light, so for selfie freaks, it is a piece of good news.
Here’s a 4K HD video sample footage taken using the Moto X Style
With a massive 3000 mAh battery, on papers, Moto X Style kills with a 20 Hrs battery backup. But when you actually use it, it will exhaust within 15 hours. So, make sure to carry your charger or power bank wherever you go.
Here’s our full Moto X Style review, for those who might want to know the full verdict in a complete coherent style!
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