Review: The Moto X is the most convenient Android phone ever

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  • Motorola Moto X
    4/5
    $200.00
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    The Moto X proves you don't need cutting edge specs to make a great Android phone.

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At a Glance

The Moto X proves you don't need cutting edge specs to make a great Android phone.

Price when rated: $200
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Pros

  • Excellent design
  • Active Display and Touchless Controls are useful
  • Above average battery life

Cons

  • Ships running older version of Android
  • Camera is so-so
  • Customization options only available on AT&T at launch
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