Motorola has made a smart move by updating the specs of its Moto X and G phones. The flagship device (Moto X) from Motorola now boasts an AMOLED 5.2 inch IPS FHD capacitive touchscreen and a 413 pixels density. It now supports storage expansion through micro SD cards.
This device has a 13.0 MP camera mounted on its back leather or wooden cover. This shooter features a ring flash and f2.25 aperture lens.
It supports recording of videos at ultra high-definition resolution. Moto X 2014 is packed with a 2300 mAh battery. It has Snapdragon 801 quad-core CPU paired with 2GB RAM and Adreno 330 GPU.
This smartphone from Motorola can establish a connection with LTE 4G networks. It has stereo loudspeakers and nano-SIM slot. Updated Moto X runs version 4.4.4 of Google’s Android Kit Kat OS. It includes FHD 2.0 megapixel sensor at the front. This smartphone features Aluminum metal frame.
This handset uses QuickCharge 2.0 feature of Qualcomm. It has a 72.6 mm wide body. It will cost you 500 dollars (30k Rupees in India) for the unlocked model. Buy Moto X 2nd Gen here on Flipkart.
Moto G 2014 is loaded with Android KitKat 4.4.4 OS and HD touchscreen 5.0 inches display. It features the same processor and GPU as its earlier model.
Users of this smartphone will be able to upgrade its operating system to the upcoming Android L. It has an autofocus feature enabled 8.0 megapixels rear snapper with f2.0 lens. This phone now comes with dual speakers. It has 2.0 MP camera above its HD display.
This budget Motorola device has a weight just under 150 grams. It is 2.7 inches wide and 141.7 mm long. When officially launched, it will be priced at 10000 to 15000 Rs.
Update: Both the above mobiles have been launched in India. While Moto X costs around 16999 Rs, Moto G is available for 9500 Rs. Motorola had rolled out Android M update for both the handsets in January 2016. Make sure that you update the OS for a better experience.