Last night, OnePlus introduced its sophomore phone to the world, the OnePlus 2. With it came a new design, a fingerprint scanner, a three-step profile switcher, swappable backings, an improved camera, a much better display, a screaming new processor, USB-C, Oxygen OS … all starting at just $329. Motorola, not one to be outdone, unveiled the next generation Moto G and Moto X models at its own event this morning. Coming close to the OnePlus 2’s pricing at $399 unlocked, Motorola’s new flagship, the Moto X Style (known as the Moto X Pure Edition in America) packs a QHD [...]
It’s a new day and there’s a new device (or two or three) to cover, this time from Motorola. You might’ve heard some fantastical bargain driving from the press releases today, akin to the OnePlus 2’s cover charge. Both the Moto X Style and the Moto X Play are coming below the 400 USD threshold. The Moto G is hovering around 200 USD for both of its models.
Ever since the original Moto X in 2013, Motorola has been undercutting larger OEMs in terms of price. We like that around here. But you know what else we really like? Picking up street cred for some sick [...]
The Moto X is one of the most universally liked smartphones in the tech space. It’s affordable, the software is close to stock with some compelling added features, and it’s the most customizable phone money can buy (at least, until Project Ara hits the market). You can choose your own backing and accent colors, add a message to the boot screen, engrave your name or favorite phrase onto the back, and even train it to answer to your own voice or launch phrase. All of this makes the Moto X feel tailor-made just for you, but it makes you wonder … would the Moto X still [...]