My first weekend with the Moto X was seamless and was an easy phone to activate and setup...I have looked forward to the Motorola Moto X for awhile now since it is the first smartphone designed and assembled in the USA. This is a phone made in USA with of high quality and still priced same as other smartphones made in China. Sprint is selling the Moto X at $199 with a 2 year agreement and even less for those activating a new line of service with a port-in. We see other smartphones made in China priced the same with various quality issues with them. I could not find any flaws or problems with my Moto X after unboxing and activating it.
The Moto X provides an almost stock Android 4.2 experience with Touchless Control, Active Display, Quick Camera and Assist as enhancements to the Android OS.
Key Features of the Moto X:
Operating System – Android 4.2.2, Jellybean
Display: 4.7” AMOLED RGB Display / 720p HD
Network: 4G LTE / CDMA
World Phone – Quadband GSM (850/900/1800/1900)Tri Band UMTS (850/1900/2100)DC HSPA+
Processor: X8 Mobile Computing System (1.7 GHz dual-core application processor, 400 MHz quad-core GPU
Memory: 16 GB storage with 2GB LP DDR2
Camera: 10 MP rear camera/video with 2 MP front camera/video
Battery: embedded 2200 mAh
Touchless Control: 100% hands-free voice commands
Active Display: your display surfaces the right information at the right time
Quick Capture: captures more light for incredible images
Motorola Migrate: Seamlessly transfer contact information from Andoid / iOS phones over to the new Moto X.
Motorola Connect: in-browser notifications
The Moto X was one easiest phones to setup after activating with Motorola Migrate app. I was able to move all my pictures, text messages, and music over easily with Motorola Migrate app. Then added my favorite apps to customize the phone to how I like my Android phones and I am now ready to go. Motorola Migrate was a little hard to do in the unboxing with one hand, although once I captured the QR code everything migrated over with no problem.
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