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Rating 4.4 out of 5 stars with 1021 reviews

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  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    I like it.

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    I had a moto x and had good service out of it but it got worn out so decided to up grade to new moto x.i didn't know how much bigger new is over old one.I am getting used to size now but pictures much better,reading text much easier.for the money you can't beat it.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    great price for an amazing phone 21MP rear camera

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    i purchased as a gift. i own one myself and made the purchase based on the 21MP rear camera. I'm a photographer/artist and wanted a phone with the best camera i could find. i was upgrading from an old Motorola Blk flip 2G phone! i use the cell camera now more than my Nikon D610. it takes such good pictures and it's always with me. plus the photo apps allow a lot of creative possibilities right there on the phone in addition to uploading the images to my Flickr account. Lenovo just purchased Motorola from Google! smart move! Lenovo (Chinese) already make some of the best computers on the planet - now they have one of the best smartphone lines on the planet. what is this country thinking when it does stuff like this? Trump is right!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Great phone that still holds up today

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    This is hands down the best phone I've ever owned. It's not a good phone because if what it has, it's a good phone because if what it lacks. Think of a fully loaded luxury car vs a stripped down race car. No bloat means there's tons of space for all your apps and plenty of RAM. The camera is spectacular (unless its low light, in which case it's awful) and the front camera even has front flash. Gestures to active the camera and flashlight seem silly at first but are honestly useful in the real world. I've also gotten 5 other friends and family members to purchase this phone and not a single complaint.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Great phone

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    Bought this for my 17 year old to replace his Samsung Note 4. The camera on this phone is absolutely amazing!! I was skeptical buying an unlocked phone and having it work with out AT&T phones but it worked fine after we stopped at the AT&T store to get the SIM card that you need because it was a different size than the Samsung. So far has been a great phone, no issues at all.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Great product for camera, big screen, good price..

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    I had a galaxy S3 for 3 yrs, I upgraded to Moto X. It took while for me to adjust. Initially we only purchased one, but we were impressed with function and quality with great price, so I purchased two more for my family.most important thing its unlock and has dual sim slots. So far we are happy with our purchased. I am really thankful for Mr. SAIF ( Representative of bestbuy ) who suggest me this phone.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Moto X Pure Edition t's a simple great smart phone

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    First off the design of is it great and the 21mega pixels camera is great.. but do wish it had more editing features. 4k video recording is excellent.. This phone is simple and easy to use.. I love the turbo battery charger it takes no time to charge the battery up. The display 5.7in 2560x1440 screen is awesome..The double chop to turn the flash light on is a cool and convenient feature also the double twist to turn the camera on is a great feature too.. I say it's worth buying.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    possably the best android cell/camera to date

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    possably the best android cell/camera ever. 21MP rear camera. the pictures are really nice especially in diffused daylight at 50 iso. also the cell moto X pure features are exceptional for the cost $350 and below. I bought 2 - one as a gift for a friend at a special price of $250 for a 34GB + bamboo finish. amazing deal. you can not buy it anymore for under $350. Best Buy isn't stocking selling them anymore. don't know why!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Great phone. Buy one, another & may be one more

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    Great phone with great features and quality for great price. I really recommend this phone instead of expensive one only with a little more like slow motion play back and higher number frame for recording. Well if you have a lot money, pick up an expensive one for yourself, still you won't have something that Moto XP does. Awesome phone for the price.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    The Old Reliable of Smartphones

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    I am coming from an LG G3 to the Moto X Pure Edition phone. I had the LG G4, but decided the battery life was untenable and could not live with the real possibility of the bootloop issue. When I first got the Moto X Pure, I immediately noted the solid build quality and the way that it felt in my hand. The QHD display to me provides true colors and just the right brightness at the right time. I like the pure Android UI, but at first I was put off by the plainness of it. Things like easily switching to vibrate mode and a restart option in the shutdown menu are not there, but I have decided that these are trade offs that I can live with. The phone has superior call quality on the T-Mobile network. It will run on any carrier, which allows me to be flexible. The camera is good, but I wish it had optical image stabilization. Again, a trade off for a very solid piece of equipment. I do wish it had better battery life, but I believe it to be average for an IPS, QHD display phone running the processor and GPU that this phone does. I have power in my vehicle, at my beside, and at my desk at work, so no worries. Ultimately, I decided to return the black model Moto X Pure and instead got a white 64GB model with a bamboo back. For the additional pennies of the upgraded device, I double my the internal storage and added months to the warranty. I think I will be happy for at least a couple of years with this screaming bargain of a phone.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    A great phone!

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    This phone was purchased because we wanted a phone with a better camera than others and it has not disappointed. The 5.7" in screen is bright and crystal clear. It is fast and does everything we need it to do.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 3 out of 5 stars

    Solid phone but did not survive 3 foot drop :(

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    Screen shattered on my first drop on the ground. GET A FULL CASE WITH SCREEN PROTECTOR.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    They fixed everything I disliked on the 1st gen

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    I upgraded from a first gen Moto X phone, which I really liked in the first place, to this. In short they fixed everything I disliked about the first gen phone. This includes: - Front facing speakers which get decently loud - Better camera, especially in low light - Longer battery life - Expandable storage On the old one the speaker was in the back which made it impossible to show someone a video in even a modestly loud restaurant and expect them to hear it. The new one has two stereo front facing speakers on the front, this fixes the problem. The camera on this works very well in low light conditions and takes excellent pictures in even low light with the flash off or on. This was definitely the tipping point in which I decide a separate camera is entirely pointless. It also will capture 4k video, which I have no tried yet because I do not have anything to display it on and it also gives a warning when you try and select that mode that it cannot display 4k video in the galley and it also takes up a lot of storage space. The battery life on this phone is ridiculously long. On my old, admittedly aged phone, I was ending the day dead, with this one I will have in excess of 50% left at days end with modest use. If I use the heck out of it I'll still end the day with 30% so a guy could still go out at night and not worry about the battery running out. The other great feature is the turbo charging, the thing charges at 25 watts! 10-15 minutes on the charger gets you 20% or so more charge so even if you're low you can plug in while you prepare and still go out for the evening and not worry about not being able to dial up an Uber. I recently took a three and a half hour flight with this phone and I loaded some movies on to it. I put the phone on airplane mode with 90% battery showing and once airborne proceeded to watch a two hour 20 minute long movie, I did dim the screen only because it was too bright otherwise. I then listened to about an hour of music before landing. I still had 70% battery left when I took it out of airplane mode, navigate to the hotel and still went out for dinner that night all on one charge. And then there's the fact that this phone has a micro SD card slot also so you can expand the storage. And the other big selling point is the almost pure Android software. Upon turning the phone on it very quickly downloaded the Marshmallow update that had been pushed to it, and shortly there after another update with bug fixes. The UI is very smooth with very little twitching only when heavy apps are running. And there is a lot to like in terms of little features that you'd never think about until you use them. For example, I drop a call and call the person back while they're also calling me back at the same time. It will automatically hang up my call and ring, gently, in my ear as to not have both of us reach the others voice mail immediately. Overall very solid phone and it fits in my hand fairly well despite it's gargantuan size. There is a distinct lack of cases available for this phone. I do with there was an Otter box commuter available for it, which is what I had on my old phone, but they only make the very bulky defender. I ended up with an off brand case which fits a bit loose. On the old Moto X I had broken the screen with a modest drop (no case at the time) so I am afraid this one is about as delicate so I'm not taking any chances. Motorola does have their indestructible screen phone similar to the Moto X Pure, but it's only available through Verizon with all their bloat ware installed. I do wish this was available on an unlocked platform because if it was I would have gone that route instead.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Better budget phone closer to pure android

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    Pros: If you looking for non nexus budget phone that has closer to pure android, this may be the one. With the exception of couple of exceptionally useful Moto apps there are no other manufacturer bloatware. Phone is smooth in its operations though it is Android. I have iphone also. The screen on Moto looks better than the iPhone in my opinion. Cons: I see back of the phone heating up rather quickly than expected. Less color options available in Online stores including BestBuy. Moto site has best color options. But I think you can send to motorola once to get colors changed. This phone gets 4 star instead of 5 because of issue i faced. I opened this phone from its packaging, switched on, used my google account, asked for android update. While update was going on, it ended up in infinite on off loop. Struggled for 2 hours with various fixes provided in online forums before i end up exchanging with new phone at BestBuy. BestBuy is seemless in exchanges and returns unlike other retails.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Clean Software, Fast Processor, Great Camera!!!

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    This device purchase was a labor of a couple of days. It was between the Nexus 5X or 6P, the new GS7's, or this device. My top reasons for ending up with the Moto X is that 1) I Do Not have a true need for a Fingerprint Scanner, 2) it has Water Resistance and Turbo Charging, 3) Marshmallow, 4) EXPANDABLE MEMORY, and 5) Unlocked and very affordable without sacrificing these above mentioned key factors. The quality of the build is pretty high end, I enjoy the slightly curving form-factor, the speakers can get loud and have great quality, and all-day battery life...based on my mid-to-heavy use. Hope this helps someone in need of an opinion ;D

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Solid phablet on a budget

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    The wife wanted more screen real estate than the iPhone 5S offered. She loved her iPhone, but was frustrated by the tiny screen. We thought about the iPhone 6S Plus and the 7S Plus. Looking at the value proposition, she didn't want to pay such an outrageous price for a phone. Her initial reaction to the Moto X was lukewarm at best. Like anyone else, she didn't enjoy the initial transition from iOS to Android. After a couple of weeks in, she is more than satisfied with her new phone. Screen is big bright and easy to look at - which was the main point of this exercise. The camera is not quite as good as the iPhone, but close enough. And like every Android device I have ever owned, battery life isn't as well managed as on the iPhone. We can buy nearly 3 Moto X's for the price of a single big screen iPhone. And, we can add more memory using MicroSD cards to capture more photos and videos without worry. Minor quibbles aside, we'd buy this phone again over the iPhone.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Nice phone

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    I'm moving from an iPhone 6 Plus to this Moto X. Haven't had an Android phone in maybe five years. As an intro back into the Android world, this phone has not been a disappointment. The screen is better than the one on my old iPhone, the bigger size is nice, and the dual front-facing speakers are fantastic (great sound, loud, clear). And I'm really enjoying the convenience and ease of the Google integration. The biggest negative of Moto X Pure is the lack of a fingerprint scanner. It's definitely slower and sometimes irritating to have to punch in the code each time. But I knew that going in. It's just turned out to be more of an issue for me personally, than I thought. But otherwise, this phone is great. If you can deal with the missing fingerprint scanner, then for the price, this phone is fantastic.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Worth looking into.

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    I purchased this 32GB Moto X Pure Edition ($100 off) through the Best Buy website. Needless to say, it is certainly worth every penny. Pros: very loud volume capabilities, crisp display, expandable storage and super-fast charging. Actually, it charges faster than any other phone I've owned. Cons: no fingerprint scanner and photo cropping is a little weird. The camera does take nice photos and music plays loudly and clearly through the front-facing speakers. We can set this phone on the table in our sunroom, connect to Spotify and relax to the music. This phone is a "buy" at $279 or less.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Where do I start, great phone first off..

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    This is the best affordable smart phone I've ever used, I'm switching from HTC for the first time in almost 4 years and this phone does what it needs too. Believe it or not I picked this phone over the HTC 10 for 2016, many little reasons why but let me go by saying that I never expected to see this phone had I not seen it on display at best buy. I am a audiophile and I loved this phone the moment I heard it crisp sound and very loud! The screen size is 5.7 so its considered a phablet and it fits nice in the hand, has a great camera, no complaints with this phone, only thing I can say is that the phone could use some themes like the HTC or Samsung flagships, but there's apps for almost everything now so that shouldn't be a problem....and like I said its a pretty size phone so if u don't like big phones then this is not for u.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    More Incorrect Info

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    Who wrote this stuff? So many errors. It is in fact water resistant. Here are the correct specs: Operating System: Android™ 5.1.1, Lollipop System Architecture/Processor: Motorola Mobile Computing System including a 1.8GHz Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 808 with hexa-core CPU (MSM8992), 600Mhz Adreno 418 GPU, Natural Language Processor, and Contextual Computing Processor Memory (RAM): 3GB LPDDR3 Storage (ROM): 16GB/32GB/64GB Micro SD Card support (up to 128GB)** Dimensions: Height: 153.9 mm Width: 76.2 mm Curve: 6.1 to 11.06 mm Weight: 179g Display: 5.7” IPS TFT LCD 1440p Quad HD (1440x2560) 520 ppi Corning® Gorilla® Glass 3 Battery: All Day Battery§ (3000 mAh) TurboPower for up to 10 hours of use from 15 minutes charging Water Protection* Water repellent nano-coating Networks: LTE cat. 6 capable WCDMA CDMA EV-DO GSM/EDGE Bands: GSM/GPRS/EDGE (850, 900, 1800, 1900 MHz) UMTS/HSPA+ (850, 900, 1700 (AWS),1900, 2100 MHz) CDMA (800, 850, 1900 MHz) 4G LTE† (B1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 12, 13, 17, 25, 26, 38, 41) Rear Camera: 21 MP f/2.0 aperture Phase Detect Auto-Focus (PDAF) Closed loop processing Color Correlated Temperature (CCT) flash with dual LEDs Quick Capture Tap (anywhere) to capture 4X digital zoom Burst mode Night mode Auto HDR Panorama Drag to focus & exposure Video Stabilization 1080p HD video (60 fps) 4K video (30fps) Slow Motion video Video HDR (1080p and 4K) Front Camera: 5 MP f/2.0 aperture Wide-Angle lens 1.4um pixel for better low light Night mode Flash Slow Motion video SIM Card: Nano-SIM Ports: Micro USB, 3.5 mm headset jack Bluetooth® Technology: Bluetooth version 4.1 LE Wi-Fi: 802.11a/g/b/n/ac + MIMO Speaker: Front facing Stereo speakers with Smartboost Video Capture: 1080p (60fps); 4K (30fps) NFC: Yes Location Services: GPS

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 3 out of 5 stars

    Great phone, HORRIBLE battery life.

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    Great phone, HORRIBLE battery life. If you need a phone that needs to have a significant amount of screen time, look elsewhere this is not your phone. Coming from a Galaxy Note 4 on Tmobile, which has about the same size screen as the Moto X Pure, and I could go hours of watching video on it, not needing to charge, the Moto X Pure is a real disappointment. My battery drops about 5 percent in 10 minutes just surfing the web. Luckily, in my case, I don't use the phone in that way that often, and the phone charges incredibly quick with the included TurboCharge 25W charger, and also with a certified QuickCharge 2.0 charger, but they really should have put a much bigger battery in this phone. That being said, the phone is otherwise great once upgraded to the latest version of Android marshmallow. The biggest reason I went for this phone was the microSD card slot, which will take up to a 200gb MicroSD card (at this point, only the one SanDisk makes can be confirmed working as I have gathered), even though the phone says it only supports up to 128gb microSD cards. I have very mixed feelings about the phone and there are lawsuits currently happening against motorola because they are not handling warranties either in timely matters, and even sending people replacement phones that are not the same models they sent back. The screen quality is pretty good, but not nearly as good as Galaxy phones, but given how much less expensive this phone is, I cannot complain too much. There is an included phone bumper, that is probably good enough that you would not need to buy a separate case. I did get the incipio octane case, but it is very slippery, but provides a better space for a wider headphone jack to properly fit in. The included bumper was a bit too hole for the headphone, needed to be made just a shy bigger to accommodate larger jacks. Was only an issue with one set of headphones I had, where when in my pocket, those headphones would sometimes loose contact and sound weird. The new case alleviated that issue. Overall, I would say if you are ok with needing a charge at least twice a day, depending of screen on-time use which would vary per user, this is a good buy. Otherwise, I suspect the Nexus 6p phone might be a better option.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend