Opinions from the Motorola Moto X

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    Overall satisfaction
    8.5
    • 9
    • 4
    • 1
    • 0
    • 0
    14 opinions
    • Screen8.4
    • Performance7.9
    • Camera7.1
    • Connectivity8.2
    • Battery7.2
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    Design & Materials

    Is it a drop-resistant and scratch-resistant smartphone?
    8.2

    14 opinions

    Do you think it's a nice phone?
    8.7

    14 opinions

    Is it comfortable?
    8.9

    14 opinions

    Can you see it well in the sunlight?
    7.8

    14 opinions

    Performance & Hardware

    Does it have good sound?
    7.6

    14 opinions

    Does it work smoothly in everyday use?
    8.1

    14 opinions

    What's your experience been with demanding games?
    7.8

    14 opinions

    Camera

    Quality of daytime photos
    7.4

    14 opinions

    Quality of nighttime photos
    6.3

    14 opinions

    Quality of selfies
    7.3

    14 opinions

    Does it have a powerful flash?
    7.2

    14 opinions

    Connectivity

    Does it have good coverage for calls?
    8.2

    14 opinions

    Quality of the GPS
    8.1

    14 opinions

    And the WiFi?
    8.2

    14 opinions

    Battery

    How long does the battery last?
    • 0%
      Less than half day
    • 14%
      Less than a day
    • 64%
      One day
    • 14%
      More than one day
    • 7%
      Two days or more

    14 opinions

    Software

    Did it come with preinstalled applications?
    • 14%
      It comes with a clean operating system
    • 71%
      It has preinstalled apps but they don't bother me
    • 14%
      It has preinstalled apps that I can't uninstall

    14 opinions

    Do you regularly receive updates?
    • 7%
      Never
    • 36%
      Once a year
    • 57%
      Every six months
    • 0%
      Every two months or less

    14 opinions

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    User reviews

    User Reviews

    • Best smartphone experience in its Glory days

      I really liked this device, I still have it, but it's not performing well to today's standards. Too bad the camera wasn't better.

      Positives
      • Design + Motomaker
      • Small bezels
      • AMOLED screen
      • Good battery life
      • Usefull gestures
      • Clean software
      Negatives
      • Camera
      • 10
      • Screen9.8
      • Performance9.0
      • Camera6.3
      • Connectivity9.0
      • Battery7.0
    • My all time preferred phone.

      Positives
      • Comfortable
      • Size
      • Amoled Screen
      Negatives
      • Out of date
      • 10
      • Screen9.5
      • Performance6.3
      • Camera7.0
      • Connectivity7.0
      • Battery7.0
    • Auto
      Very good terminal

      • 8.5
      • Screen8.7
      • Performance8.6
      • Camera8.2
      • Connectivity8.3
      • Battery7.0
    • Auto
      Excellent smartphone, nothing to complain about. Unfortunately Lenovo killed the Moto line

      Positives
      • Footprint
      • Construction
      • Size
      • Minimum System Resources
      • Alwayns on Display
      Negatives
      • Processing
      • 8.9
      • Screen10
      • Performance8.0
      • Camera7.2
      • Connectivity7.3
      • Battery7.0
    • Auto
      Well-made and sturdy phone

      Great entry phone, though, is already outdated. Very sturdy and with a great camera.

      Positives
      • Camera
      • Resistance
      Negatives
      • Drums
      • Connectivity
      • 8.3
      • Screen8.3
      • Performance6.7
      • Camera8.3
      • Connectivity6.7
      • Battery5.0
    • Auto
      Good first cell

      Incredible, of the first cell phones to have 2GB of Ram and before Siri appeared, I already had speech recognition technology to give commands without touching the phone, it also has things that only flagships were slow to incorporate as ignition by touching the screen, shake to turn on the screen and so on. The bad thing is that it gets very hot if it is used for a long time and even burns a bit of the back.

      Positives
      • Advanced for his time
      • Good voice recognition
      • 2013 phone that aged very well for 2018
      • For basic use, it continues to work very well
      Negatives
      • The battery is not removable
      • Unable to add Microsd
      • Only upgradeable to Android 5.1
      • It gets very hot in prolonged use
      • 7.8
      • Screen8.0
      • Performance8.7
      • Camera5.0
      • Connectivity8.0
      • Battery7.0
    • Auto
      its interface is good and fluid but little profit

      • 7.8
      • Screen7.0
      • Performance7.7
      • Camera7.0
      • Connectivity8.0
      • Battery9.0
    • Auto
      A very good phone for the time it was launched.

      Positives
      • Power
      • design
      • Software
      • Native Apps
      Negatives
      • Expansive memory
      • 9.5
      • Screen10
      • Performance9.0
      • Camera9.0
      • Connectivity10
      • Battery7.0
    • Auto
      the best experience with a phone

      probably the most comfortable phone to hold in your hand, aprobechamiento maximum screen, exceptional sound quality and loud sound with good bass. the screen looks great but white yellow. extreme fluidity despite its modest Especs, battery which can be extended to two days. the worst camera we can say that takes pictures and objects are distinguished

      Positives
      • ergonomics
      • fluency
      • Experience pure android
      Negatives
      • camera
      • 10
      • Screen7.3
      • Performance9.7
      • Camera3.3
      • Connectivity9.3
      • Battery10
    • Auto
      One of the best smatphones developed by Motorola.

      • 8.9
      • Screen9.5
      • Performance9.7
      • Camera7.3
      • Connectivity9.3
      • Battery7.0

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    6.6
    Ki Price/Quality
    Score
    • 3.0 Design & Materials
    • 2.9 Performance & Hardware
    • 4.3 Camera
    • 5.7 Connectivity
    • 2.8 Battery
    What is a Ki score?
    Ki is an automatic score based on the specifications and prices of devices. It is calculated using over 200 variables to rank smartphones, tablets and other devices from best to worst.
    How do we calculate the Ki?

    In this case, to determine the score we evaluate 5 general aspects:

    • Design and screen
    • Hardware and performance
    • Camera
    • Connectivity
    • Battery

    Once these 5 factors have been rated, we introduce the price variable. This means that any two devices with the same ratings get a different Ki score for quality vs price.

    Even a device objectively worse than another may have a higher Ki score if it has a better price.

    Does the Ki score change?

    The Ki varies as time goes by. As new devices with better specifications enter the market the Ki score of older devices will go down, always being compensated of their decrease in price.