Moto X 2014 Review: The Upgrade

SAMSUNG CSC The Moto X was first released in 2013 as a mid-ranged device that dreamed big, Motorola paired the device with its Moto Maker service which provided consumers with the ability to create one of a kind personalized smartphones. Fast forward to 2014, the Moto X has grown up, with the 2014 edition of the device the Moto X not only is bigger but has also moved up in weight class to spar in the flagship territory and I have to say it is well positioned to succeed. The new Moto X is designed with a sense of style and balance, featuring a curved metal frame, vivid 5.2” Full HD display, and authentic materials such as FSC certified woods and genuine Horween leather that feel great in your hand. Moto X gives you fast performance with the latest, unadulterated version of Android along with the quickest updates. Enhanced voice control lets you select a custom prompt, and use your voice to do just about anything. Plus, Moto X learns your preferences and adapts to you, making everyday interactions easier. Creating your standout style is simple through our online customization studio, Moto Maker, available in the United States and select international markets

The Moto X 2014 is a well crafted device from Motorola, its performance and styling is simple yet very effective. They have created a smartphone that excels even with its few short comings with its [yes I know I am a stickler for lowlight photography]. I would easily recommend the Moto X 2014 to anyone looking for a solid performance smartphone that has excellent batter life, a solid camera, simple easy UI and a great overall personalized finish that says, this is my smartphone.

The new Moto X will be coming to countries in North America, Latin America, Europe and Asia starting later this month. Moto X will be available for as low as $99.99 with a new two-year customer agreement on select carriers in the US. It will be available off-contract and unlocked in the US from $499.99 on