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New Moto X 2014 Review – (Second Generation) – Motorola Smartphone Compared to iPhone 6

 

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25 comments

  1. Since I started to follow your channel I liked your review about everything
    in technology, now that you do a review of smartphones are pleased to see
    how you handle it in a neutral way and not give preference for iOS over
    Android, I actually like a comment you put which says “I go for what works
    for me”, people should understand what fits their needs buy it and use it.
    You should do reviews on other smartphones…. by the way I’m Android user
    jejeje!!

  2. Is the Moto X battery life–standby battery life, namely–good? I really
    like the phone, but I’m wary to buy it because I’ve been spoiled by the
    7000 mah battery on my old GS3. Before I upgraded my GS3’s battery, the
    stock battery would barely last 8-10 hours, and bled on standby. The Moto X
    doesn’t have an expandable battery so that has me hesitant. Say what you
    want about Samsung–there is benefit in having a removable back cover. 

  3. You are too Apple biased / lacking good Android knowledge to provide
    quality comparison. Reviewers, as you’ve done, often digress to what suits
    them vice providing no-kidding straight up comparisons. Curious, your
    thoughts on the OPO?

  4. State from Jake Farm

    Are you going to get your hands on the Nexus 6 or Nexus 9 ?
    The Droid Turbo might also suit your liking, though the design might be a
    step back from the Moto X.
    I really do think you would enjoy Android a lot, and now that Android 5.0
    Lollipop is here with Material Design, I think it’s starting to turn some
    heads of other OS users.

  5. Motorola could be the new Apple

  6. I am a iPhone person myself but I tried the last Moto that came out and
    loved it. It’s so nice and simplistic but elegant at the same time. Also
    being an iPhone person I could see that it was the first Android that kind
    of implemented the style of Apples hardware. I was never this big on
    Android but with this phone and plus the fact the MOTO is now owned by
    Google leads me to believe that Google really wants to get rid of Android
    all together and make all their phones just a better cleaner CHROME based,
    which basically now is Android without bloat ware. Companies like Samsung
    who rely on Android are probably the only thing holding Google back. 

  7. New Moto X 2014 Review – (Second Generation) – Mo…:
    http://youtu.be/lPs35Y0wBJA

  8. Thanks for the insight into the Motorola software features. Another great
    video!

  9. Such a good review!

  10. Great review. I’m looking for a simple android phone with useful features,
    have a galaxy s5 but thinking of passing it to my wife and trying a more
    stock version of android.

  11. So its quad core?

  12. Nice one! 

  13. WARNING: if you keep using android phones, you might stop using your iPhone
    6.

  14. What does android features do you prefer to iOS?

  15. This iPhone guy was very, very impressed with the new Moto X – easily the
    best Android phone out there.

  16. I have the 2013 Moto x and is still awsome.

  17. You should review the OnePlus 1 Lon – i sold my iPhone 5s and got the
    OnePlus, and its hands down the best Android phone i’ve ever had. The
    building quality and even The box it came in is amazing!

  18. After android lollipop updated, ios8 is completely dead, especially when
    cpu810 ,64 bits, QHD screen, super quick charge 3,000mah, water proof, then
    let me ask you, why iPhone can better?

  19. Seems like a good device, but lacks in some key places. 

  20. Great review, Lon! After 3 years on Samsung, this phone won me over. I love
    it and don’t miss TouchWiz for a second.

  21. I wouldnt buy that one because it lacks a simple android feature :- micro
    SD slot, why WHY would they NOT want to add a cheap micro SD slot

  22. Looks like a nice phone. I have the first generation Moto G on Verizon and
    i really like it. I will upgrade to the second generation Moto G when it
    comes to Verizon.

  23. Suggestions for items to review – activity trackers: Fitbit Flex, Nikon
    Fuelband, Jawbone. Shopping for Christmas and considering an activity
    tracker. Thanks

  24. android>ios

  25. Alejandro Rodriguez Mann

    This iPhone guy was very, very impressed with the new Moto X – easily the
    best Android phone out there.

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