Two New Moto X and New Moto G – Specs & Details
Today’s Moto event just ended and now we have a clear look at all of Motorola’s upcoming phones, including not one but two refreshed versions of their Moto X line. So how do these phones stack up against the competition? Motorola promises no compromises for affordable prices in every bracket, and this is what they have to offer:
Motorola wanted to focus on 5 aspects: meaningful exchanges, making and sharing memories, Self Expression, being always there for you and to not empty your wallet. All of these has been addressed in the new Moto X Style, Moto X Play and Moto G, which feature impressive cameras, customization, performance and pure Android. Below you will find the specifications of each device.
The Moto X Style features an exquisite design and the “best camera [Motorola] has ever built”. It allegedly has some of the most advanced technology in both software and hardware to deliver faster focus and capture and better colors, and DxOMark places it just behind the Galaxy S6. The device also features a new Turbo Charging method that Motorola claimed to be faster than the S6’s Adaptive Fast Charging technology, and the device will come with many many design options in Moto Maker where you can theme the colors and pick a back of smooth wood, Horween leather, and more materials. The Pure Edition will be selling for $399 unlocked and will be available in September.
The Moto X Play features a killer camera, “incredibly long lasting battery” with a 3630mAh package and Motorola claims you can get 8 hours of usage in just 15 minutes of charging. It comes with a 5.5 inch full HD display, Moto Assist and every other software feature that last in years’ Moto X, and many of the ones Moto X Style come with as well. Above you can find the full specifications which include a Snapdragon 615 processor and 2GB of RAM. The Moto X Play will be available in August for “half the price” of flagship phones from competitors.
The new Moto G promises to be the ultimate Moto G killer with camera technology comparable to that of the Nexus 6, an improved lens system and ultimately great picture quality from edge to edge. The phone also comes with IPX7 certifications for water resistance, meaning it can take a quite splash and carry on just fine. The phone will also be customizable through Moto Maker unlike previous models, while still retaining the swappable backs and flip covers that many loved so much. The Moto G is available today!
What do you think of these new devices? let us know!