With Google as its crutch, Motorola’s back with a vengeance. Moto X, the first of their combined works, sets the bar high with its sleek glass-and-plastic design that’s customizable to your exact liking, and with a choice of 2 front, 18 back, and 7 accent colors, there’s a combination that’s bound to please just about anyone. Moto X’s spec sheet is equally aggressive: it’s packing 10-megapixel rear and 2-megapixel front cameras, 2GB RAM, a 4.7-inch 720p AMOLED display, and 8 assorted processor cores that split tasks amongst them. The clincher? It runs vanilla Android, meaning updates are a cinch (no service provider to muddy things up), and takes touchless voice commands any time, any place – no need to press any buttons – upon hearing “OK Google Now”.
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