Months of speculation, some leaks here and there, and then the final reveal in New York City. The Moto X has made it a long way in terms of technology news, and all of a sudden, here I am writing a review about the device.
First of all, it takes some general consideration of what the Moto X is and isn’t. It is a smartphone, designed as a s sort of bridge between cutting-edge and mid-range, but with materials and features that reach towards the higher-ends of the market, like the Galaxy S 4 and HTC One — let’s not forget the iPhone — and is also the first flagship smartphone Motorola has produced ever since it was acquired by Google over a year ago.
Thankfully, despite a release later this month (or in September), Motorola gave units to the press, so I’ll elaborate on one simple idea: is the Moto X worth buying for $200?