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'Updated with Motorola’s newest Mobile Computing System, which is comprised out of a natural language processor, contextual computing chip, and a quad-core 2.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 SoC coupled with 2GB of RAM, we’re seriously impressed by the Moto X’s super snappy responsiveness. '
'Motorola's flagship phone is slightly bigger in every sense, enough to make it one of the best Android premium phones next to the more expensive Samsung Galaxy S5 and HTC One M8.'
'And, at $99 ($124 as tested), the new X is less expensive than all other flagship smartphones. '
'Aggressive low price point'
'Responsive, near-stock Android. '
'It looks great, has class-leading battery life and we love its light, bloatware-free approach to Android.'
'And with the new Moto E, Motorola has crafted one of the most compelling budget smartphones yet. '
'Paired with the iridescence of its AMOLED display, as well as its smooth playback, the entire video watching experience is soundly favorable.'
'In my mind, it's the best tablet when you want one and a phone when you need one, and that's why it's our Editors' Choice for unlocked handsets. .'
'Better 13MP camera'
'great flagship phone'
'The result is actually good, as it emits a very balanced tone with decent bass and treble – and it doesn’t strain at the loudest volume either! '
'Speedy Snapdragon 805 SoC.'
'A photo I snapped of a home with Halloween decorations looked noticeably grainy, and the orange lights around the trees looked too bright.'
'Despite this, the Moto E remains an impressive phone that puts rival low-cost smartphones well and truly in the shade. '
'Basically, Motorola still hasn't figured out how to make good cameras for low-end smartphones. '
'Like its predecessor, camera quality disappoints.'
'The surface is very reflective though and the pixel density isn't helping for sharp images.'