Second generation of Motorola Moto X has arrived in India on midnight of September 24, 2014. For starters, the base variant would cost Rs.31, 999 which is approximately $525. There are high-end leather and bamboo variants as well. These will require Rs.2, 000 more. The 2014 Moto G was also launched simultaneously along with Moto X. Simultaneously, Moto 360 is giving Motorola its foothold in smart watch segment. The company even launched a headset, i.e., Hint Bluetooth in a recent past.
Basically, Moto X has a 5.2 inch 1080p AMOLED display or 1920 by 1080 pixel display. There are two cameras as is the norm in smartphones nowadays. The front camera is of 2-megapixels, whereas the rear one is of 13-mega pixel. The rear camera has a flash of dual-LED.
The company has downplayed specifications and opted for customs processor apart from some high utility software tools. The processor in the device is Qualcomm Snapdragon 801. The speed of this processor is 2.5 GHz. Added to this is the GPU, i.e., Adreno 330. This increases the operation power. The device comes with 2GB RAM. The internal storage in it cannot be expanded. There are two variants, i.e., 16 and 32 GM. The battery installed in this device is of 2300mAH. Since this is an android device, as of now Android 4.4.4 KitKat is installed in it, which will be later upgraded to Android L. However, there is not much modification to the Android software, making Moto X ideal device for getting the most from Android products.
Motorola’s collaboration with Lenovo will enable it to access larger market. Motorola gadgets come with unique apps, such as Moto Migrate, Moto Alert, Moto voice, Moto assist as well, which make it attractive devices. Its speaker on the front in particular is something that gives excellent volume. The device is just 140.8mm by 72.4mm despite such advantages. This is another reason it will manage to increase its foothold, especially since it weighs just about 144 grams.