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@Chaitanya Kukde • 26 Feb, 2014 • 1 like
Inspired by the tremendous success Moto G tasted in India, Motorola tweeted that it would roll out its flagship Moto X within few weeks in India and Australia. It seems that Motorola does not yet want to rest on its laurels, bought in by Moto G, which was termed by Motorola as its "most successful launch". The customizable Moto X was released in the US last year in the month of August. At the time of release, it ran on the Android 4.3 Jelly Bean and later in November, the Android 4.4.2 KitKat update was released. The Moto G 16 GB version sold out on Flipkart, Moto Gs only online seller, like hot cakes in the first 15 minutes or so. It is possible that Motorola may implement the same strategy with Moto X too.

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Moto X boasts of a 4.7 inch screen with a capacitive touch and runs on a 1.7 GHz dual-core Qualcomm MSM8960Pro Snapdragon processor. It also has a solid 10 MP rear camera and an impressive 2 MP front camera. The phone has a 2 GB RAM and is available in either 16 GB or 32 GB variants. The Moto X also has a variety of sensors such as Compass/ Magnetometer, Proximity sensor, Accelerometer, Gyroscope and Barometer. With its price tag being expected be similar to that of Moto G, the Moto X surely does not seem to disappoint.

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Moto X​

If the Indian audiences loved the Moto G so much, it will certainly cuddle its brother: The 'Moto X'. More Moto X specs can be read here.

Image and News Source: NDTV Gadget
@Netradeep Dhonde • 26 Feb, 2014 Moto X was also in news due its customization options.It isn't confirmed though that the Moto maker will be available in India.
@Ankita Katdare • 26 Feb, 2014 What are the basic differences between Moto G and Moto X?
Can we have 3 major specs that distinguish the phones and hence the price? This information will help buyers who have waited for this launch and did not go in a frenzy to buy Moto G.
@Aditya Deshmukh • 26 Feb, 2014 Moto X has Active listening, Active notification and dedicated cores for almost every special features like camera, natural language processing etc. and Moto X is one of my favorite android phone....
@Dhananjay Harkare • 27 Feb, 2014 It's after few years that Motorola is receiving such grand response from a device. Let's see what Moto X bring to them.
@Anoop Mathew • 27 Feb, 2014 • 1 like Moto X


Moto G


Moto X is better, but Moto G is cheaper.👍 Which one will you buy?

Read Comparison betwen Moto G and Moto X here.

P.S.: Waiting to hear the price in India!
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