Motorola Moto X Pure Edition – Meeting the Hip


With two generations of Moto X being critically acclaimed and winning laurels, a lot was expected from Motorola. The answer to this admiration was necessary and there she goes, with Moto X Pure Edition, Motorola being released in September, the flimsy gadget has been talk of the town. The coolest thing about this phone is that it has the same basic outline but supersizes the 2nd generation. 


Although there were lots of rumors about its price, however, unlike other competitors that charge whopping amounts for their latest flagships, Motorola has stunned the gadget lovers with its affordable price. Moto X Pure Edition is available at in Black, White, or Bamboo wood, starting at $399 for the 16GB model. Moreover, you can also have a 32 and 64GB version to choose from.

The phone is a comfortable option to talk on as the battery timing of and size of the phone is such that it won’t piss you off like the other bulky sets that run out of battery every now and then. With 5.7-inch Quad HD IPS LCD, the smartphone gives you a good option for multitasking. Moreover, the most fascinating news about Pure Edition is that it is sold unlocked and thus you will be free from the carrier annoyance.

With Apps such as Connect, Motorola help you you to manage external devices like Android Wear watches and headphones, and Migrate. The users won’t be able to enjoy this app once the device is updated to Marshmallow.

Camera is really a matter of concern for Motorola, however, it is no more an issue now and Moto X Pure Edition has a 21-megapixel rear-facing camera with an f/2.0 lens and thus taking your selfie and still photography to a new level.

Overall, Moto X latest edition is a good option and you have plenty of customization options to choose from.


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Tanya Jones
Tanya is a senior reporter for JBH News Sports & Tech section. She graduated from York College, City University of New York in 2012.