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Lucas Prado Kizan
Overall
4.0
Lucas Prado Kizan

"Almost perfect"

In the last few years many devices passed in my hands.

The Nokia n95 was my first taste of a smartphone, then I had Motorola milestone, Motorola defy, samsung Omnia W, galaxy s3 and finally! the moto x.

I just loved this gadget. Design, hand fell, overall quality...everything is just awesome.

The exclusive functions shines. Google now always on, the shake movements to turn on the camera (that's my favorite by the way) and the ridiculously useful smart notifications.

But the moto x is not just about goodies. The device heats a lot during games, like Real Racing 3 and Dead Trigger 2.
The camera is just fine, but it's a downgrade for someone who cames from the S3.
Media and apps consumption is limited by the built in memory.
Battery....mine can handle 12-15 hours of very intense use. I'd like to have a 24 hours battery as the Motorola promised, but considering my use, I think is ok.

The display is very good too, smaller in comparison to the S3, but with nice color reproduction and very sharp.

You will have no lag at all with the Moto x, and the kitkat coming soon is a quite good reason to buy one.

I'm a lawyer and a mobile tech analyst in the free time, so I use a lot of functions and devices in my jobs. After this little disclaimer I say: I didn't know any android device smarter, useful, intuitive and well built than this one. Even my iPad mini was forgotten after this guy arrives home.

This is it, I hope that my little review would be useful.


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