Moto X- Specifications, Features and Price

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The much awaited handset of the year, the Moto X is finally announced by Motorola. Moto X packs in a 4.7-inch AMOLED display with RGB pixel arrangement and 720p resolution. It runs on Android 4.2.2 and packs a 1.7 Ghz dual core Qualcomm processor.

One of the best features of Moto X is the customization options, with the website potential AT&T Moto X customers can customize the handset to their liking. This includes multiple cases, colors (up to 18), back or white faceplate, and the option to add custom text to the rear of the device.

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Specifications of Moto X;

  • 4.7 inches of Screen Size with 720 x 1184 pixels of resolution
  • Jellybean 4.2.2 Android OS,
  • 1.7GHz Dual Core Qualcomm S4 CPU,
  • 2GB RAM, 16GB of internal storage,
  • 0.4-inches Thickness,
  • LTE Capability, WiFi, NFC, Wireless Charging and Bluetooth options,
  • 2MP front Facing Camera,
  • 10.5MP Rear Facing Camera,
  • 2200mAH Battery

Price and Availability:

As of now Moto X smartphone will be available with AT&T network and is priced at $200/$250 for 16/32GB of models respectively. There is no word on the worldwide availability including India. But similar to Nexus 4, the pricing is exclusive to US and if it launches in India, you can expect the pricing to be around Rs 25000-27000, but this is mere speculation. We will update the article with more details when we have.

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