Moto X review


We like Android, and in many instances when we review Android phones, we wish they could be more Android-like. That is, more functional and less bloat-infested. A lot of the software perks found in most phones these days are typically just UI skins and unneeded third-party mobile apps. That’s why we gladly took on the Android-powered Moto X from Motorola to review. With a near-stock version of Android Lollipop, it came like a much-needed breath of fresh air. But before we go any further, let’s get one thing out of the way. The Moto X is not a Nexus phone in that it actually has the base, stock version of the latest Android OS — in this case, Lollipop. The Moto X is a flagship product, much like the top-of-the-line Xperia-series phone from Sony, or the newest iteration of Galaxy-series phones from Samsung. It’s a brand-name Google phone, but it…