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First Impression: Moto X 2nd Gen

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 First Impression: Moto X 2nd Gen

I have been reading a lot of news and reviews about the new Moto X and I like what I see so far. Even I haven't seen it in flesh, I think I got to have it as my next android phone. Although currently I love everything about my LG G3, I see something different with the new Moto X. But before going through with what I like about Moto X, let me list down the things that it already have compare to other flagship smartphones such as LG G3 and Samsung Note 4.

  • Large display like the recently released iPhone 6. It has 5.2" (423 ppi) and 1080 OLED display.
  • Bezel less and button free front like the LG G3.
  • Its OS is the latest Android 4.4.4 KitKat. 
  • 13MP rear camera with 4K UHD video capture.
  • Powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 w/ quad-core CPU processor.
  • 16 and 32GB internal storage.
  • 2GB RAM.
As you can notice, most of the high-end smartphones right now already have the Moto X specs. So what makes it different?

User Experience. Yes Moto X might not have the impressive hardware ever but it has interesting software additions such as:
  • Moto Display. Let you see preview notifications by just waving your hand above the phone.
  • Moto Actions. Let you wave you hand over Moto X to mute phone calls and snooze alarms.
  • Moto Voice. Activate your Moto by a customise greeting phrase and control the device without touching it. For example you can compose SMS, open your email and make phone calls, just by using your voice.
Moto Maker. Give your phone the look that you want. You can design your own phone by using Motorola's Moto Maker customisation service.  It is the best if not the only gadget personalisation available right now.

Pure Android. It doesn't have bloated software skins like what other android phone makers add. Since the android is unaltered, it is more likely to get the latest version of Android OS as soon as it's available for download.

I will post my actual experience with the device as soon it became available here in the Philippines. For now, I have to wait.

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