By Taylor Martin | December 5, 2013 8:18 PM
Motorola has shown its true colors this year, letting everyone know it doesn’t need to follow in the footsteps of its biggest competitors to raise a few eyebrows and create its own, mini successes.
The Moto X caught plenty of attention for its online customization portal, Moto Maker, as well as the fact that it’s assembled right here in the U.S. Not to mention, Motorola didn’t even try to play up the spec war with HTC or Samsung. Its flagship skips on monster specifications, in favor of a unique and second to none user experience.
The Moto G was built upon a similar principal, except it bears a much lower price point. It starts at just $179 sans contract. Of course, it comes with its fair share of compromises.
If you’re eyeing one of Motorola’s devices this holiday season, which should you get? We tackle that very question in the below Moto G vs Moto X comparison video!