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The Moto X, Motorola’s first phone with design input from parent company Google(s goog), made its debut this week, ending months of speculation.
Motorola calls it a flagship phone but some Android enthusiasts aren’t buying it. That sentiment may change after hands on time as I’ve spent a few days with the device and it has impressed me so far. It has more “smarts” baked in than any Android I’ve used prior and because of intelligent design decisions, performance of the Moto X should appeal to a wide audience.
The handset is the smallest device I’ve seen yet that can fit a 4.7-inch display; it’s not much bigger than an iPhone 5(s aapl), which has a 4-inch screen. Moto X uses a 720p display, which is a lower resolution than other flagship phones. It still looks crisp and clear; perhaps a bit color saturated due to the use of…
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