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Moto X 16GB Sim Free Smartphone - Black

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  • Moto X is always ready to tell you what you need to know. Information quietly appears on the screen. It doesn't interrupt. It's battery friendly. You don't have to wake Moto X up to look at the time or see your messages. That constant itch to check your phone will be gone forever.
  • Moto X is ready when you are. It responds to your voice - no touching necessary. You can check the weather, get directions, or do just about anything without lifting a finger. Moto X doesn't guess like other phones do. It knows.
  • Just by picking it up and twisting your wrist twice, Moto X is ready to shoot. Touch anywhere on the screen, and you'll get an amazing shot. You can even capture the darkest scenes or stop motion blur in bright light. All in just a few seconds.
  • 4G enabled
  • Android 4.4.2 (Kit Kat) operating system

Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 6.5 x 1 x 12.9 cm ; 132 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 454 g
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  • Item model number: SM3761AE7B1
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 14 Jan 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 12,819 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

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45 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Big Red VINE VOICE on 26 Feb 2014
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I'd had my eye on a Moto X for a while and was thinking of importing one from the US, where its already been on sale for a few months, before it was announced here.

What do I like about it? In short, - the screen, its perfect size, build quality and Moto's special features.

The screen is gorgeous. It's AMOLED Plus, and many people who've used one for a while will tell you they can't go back to anything else. Just do a web search for AMOLED Plus and read the forums. Each pixel lights itself, there is no backlight, so blacks are black and colours are vivid and not washed out. Furthermore, pixels are arranged as they are on a traditional television screen (RGB) meaning that images are sharp and colours are displayed correctly. The screen is not as high a resolution as the iPhone 5S or the latest Samsung Galaxies, but it doesn't need to be. Lighting less pixels also helps the battery, and I'll come on to that again later.

I love the special features on this phone. Motorola Migrate made it easy to transfer absolutely everything from my previous phone with no hassle, including music, video and photos. Motorola Connect is something I wasn't expecting, which enables me to send and receive texts from any Chrome browser. It will even tell me when the phone is ringing and who is calling. It's really useful to be able to text from my Chromebook and desktop PC. The browser extension also looks identical to the SMS screen in Android, showing all my contact photos. I'm really impressed with this feature.

Another Moto special is active notifications. When I move the phone, such as picking it up from a desk or lifting it from my pocket, the screen will light a few pixels in the centre showing the time and any notification symbols like text and gmail.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Steven Woodhouse on 21 May 2014
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Well, I've owned all of the iPhones, ok but boring, HTC one, good phone, well built, god fed up of sense 5, LG G2, best of the bunch up to yet, brilliant screen, bit plasticky but all in all a good handset, but too big for the pocket on a night out. So i brought my Moto X off amazon for a little under £300. The size of the thing was first what attracted me to it. Its what i think the perfect size for a handset for everyday use. Okay, it doesn't have the latest processors etc etc but it isn't slow by any means. In fact in daily use i haven't noticed it being any slower than any of the handsets mentioned above. Motorola have done a good job with the Moto X. The screen is again not the highest spec on paper but is really bright and text is very easy to read, even with my eyes. I did read some reviews regarding poor battery life but in my experience after what i call everyday use, i.e. calling, texting, bit of gaming, bit of surfing, bit of video watching it gets me through the day easily with still around 40% battery remaining. (tons better than iphone5s) Motorola have put a few nice little touches to the phone, firstly, Moto Migrate, allowing you to transfer all of your contacts emails etc etc using an app downloaded to your old phone, simple and easy to use. Secondly, Assist, this is a nice little feature that lets you set you phone to sleep between certain hours at night so with volume left on it won't disturb you. A good feature with this is that you can set favourite contacts and it will only wake you if one of your favourites calls or another contact calls you twice in 5 minutes (in case of emergency) .Read more ›
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By CMP3 Man on 15 Jun 2014
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I have now owned the Moto X for over 3 months now and this has been by far the most satisfying phone I have owned to to date.

Here is a list of phones I have owned over the past 3 years, Blackberry Bold 9700, HTC Desire S, Sony Xperia Ray, Samsung Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 4, iPhone 4, Samsung S3, Samsung Note 2, Moto G and now the Moto X. I have been changing phones almost 3 times a year over the past 3 years.

I get bored or frustrated with phones very quickly, Samsung phones are burden with bloatware and touchwiz which I cannot stand, iOS is too locked down and Nexus lines of phones spec wise is good, but the pure android of the Nexus line is lacking with some useful functions which I only found out after having owned the Moto G & Moto X.

I purchased the Moto G last Christmas after getting frustrated with my Samsung Galaxy Note 2, it started to get slow and bogged down with random freezing. Even with factory resets this seems to only resolve the problem temporarily. So I started to search for a new phone but decided to try a budget phone and having read good reviews about the Moto G.

The users reviews were right, the Moto G has been a very good phone and owning a Moto G this made me aware of the what Motorola was capable of doing. That is to build phones which do not have top high end spec but still offer and deliver smooth and lag free user experience while offering excellent battery life because the screens and process don't require the juice zapping levels of the 1080 HD screens and faster processors.

Having owned the Moto G, I checked out the specs of the Moto X and it had the features which I have not seen in any other smartphones and that is an Active Display, Touchless controls and Assits.
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