Motorola Moto X reaches UK in February 2014

After having been launched in August 2013 in the United States, the new Motorola Moto X will finally reach UK in February this year. The team behind this company spent their time tuning the phone to recognize the various accents across the UK and offer a phone that rises to their customers’ expectations. Motorola prides itself with offering a phone that fits perfectly in your hands. They have made extensive studies to be able to determine a size that matches most people’s hands. Its curved back allows users to enjoy holding it without any fear of it slipping through their hands. The Moto X has a 4.7 inch screen, a 1270×720 resolution and Gorilla Glass, that should technically prevent it from scratching, although it is advisable to purchase a screen protector, just to be on the safe side.


One of the most appealing features of this phone is that it allows users to make voice calls even with the screen off. The phone responds to the keywords: “OK Google Now” and the user can simply control the phone from that point on verbally. The makers of this phone decided to focus on offering their customers a product that will last all day, through a 1.7 GHZ processor. This enables people to use their phone, without the fear of running low on battery after just a few hours. The battery in itself is designed to fit the shape of the phone perfectly and allow users to enjoy the beautiful and comfortable shape of their phone.


The apps load very fast on the new Moto X, so people can rest assured they will have no problems when using it. The phone uses Google’s latest operating system Android 4.4 Kit Kat and thus people will have access to all the apps available on other Android phones. An important update compared to other Android phones developed by Google is the active display that has replaced the LED lights. Motorola discovered that one of the main reasons for which the battery life is considerably diminished, is the fact that people unlock their phone more than 50 times every day for small operations such as finding out the time or checking a message. To this extent, the Moto X allows users to access this type of information before unlocking their screen and thus prevent them from using battery, without necessarily needing it.


The main camera of this phone has 10MP while the secondary one has only 2MP. An interesting feature is that users can twist the phone twice in their hands and the camera will automatically be powered, without having to unlock the screen or leave the application you are currently in. This can be very useful in those moments when you want to photograph something and you simply do not have enough time to waste searching your menu for the camera. Among the disadvantages of this phone is the fact that it has a quiet back speaker. Furthermore, even though Motorola claims it to be waterproof, its design only allows it to be water resistant.


All in all, the new Motorola Moto X is one of the best Android phones on the market and it should have quite an impact on the British market, beginning this February. Its features promise a great user-experience and it will have a much better price compared to the latest iPhone or Samsung available on the market.