The Moto X, ah, such a fantastic little device. It’s filled with so much good that its hard to find any fault with it. Perhaps a few owners of the X could argue about size, screen resolution, camera quality, and such forth but for a $350 device? We are getting so much bang for so little buck.
One of the best features of the Moto X, in my honest opinion, has nothing to do with the software experience. It’s the battery optimization. Inside the Moto X, you’ll find a 2,200 mAh battery. That’s smaller than the HTC One M7’s battery, smaller than most of its competition last year. Yet it managed to get around 24 hours of full on time with a 5 hour range of on screen time. But have you ever wished for a two-day battery life on the X? Ever traveled long distances and tried to watch movies? That stuff absolutely demolishes battery life so what are your options? Well, you could buy a battery pack. You know, one of those huge packs that weighs a pound and have cables running everywhere or you could buy one of these, the Mugen Power Battery Extender for the Moto X. These packs give you 1 and a quarter charges to your Moto X and it doesn’t weigh a pound. Plus its a case, not a power pack. You won’t forget it if its on your phone!
The pack will extend your battery life by over double and it has one more trick up its sleeve. One feature I wished the Moto X had is a MicroSD card slot but due to its design, it doesn’t have one. Well with the battery extender, you now do! You can expand the storage by a whole 64GB if you wish. So not only does it charge your device, it has the capability to add storage. You should definitely take a look at the 2,800mAh protective battery case if you own a Moto X, which I think the majority of you reading this do!