It's fair to say that the Moto X Play is the phone that no one expected from today's big event. Think of it as something in-between a Moto G and a Moto X. It's got the specs of a mid-ranger like the original Moto X, but the pop-off covers and more practical design of the Moto G line. It's actually a fairly attractive phone; a little big for my tastes, perhaps, but everything feels well-built and sturdy, even if not mind-blowingingly so. In my limited time with it, the 1.6Ghz Snapdragon 615 processor seemed plenty fast enough, and its 5.5-inch 1080p display looks very pretty (although it pales in comparison to the higher-end Style's Quad-HD panel). Perhaps the only thing Play owners will be able to laud over Style owners is the phone's enormous 3,630mAh battery, which Motorola claims is good for two days use, and supports quick charging.