By Michael Fisher | August 13, 2013 7:02 AM
Last week, we brought you a comparison video featuring two of the most talked-about devices in mobile: the HTC One and Google’s new Moto X. We made use of the Google Play edition of the former to highlight the differences between stock Android and … Motorola-style stock Android, but some of ya’ll didn’t like that. “You should be comparing OEM build to OEM build,” some of you said.
Well, we’d already thought of that. Because we knew you’d be clamoring for a video pitting the Moto X against that other Android flagship. You know, the one that’s busily selling millions around the globe? And this time, we’re leaving its third-party UI intact.
That’s right: it’s time for Moto X vs Galaxy S4. Time for you to learn whether $199 on-contract buys you more with one phone over the other. Time for you to choose between hyperglaze and soft-touch back covers. Between excellent voice quality and an excellent camera. Between foreign-made, foreign assembled or foreign-made, American-assembled. Between total bunk and total awesome-sauce.