Motorola Moto X Pure Edition
Other devices might have a slight performance edge over the new Moto X, but the Pure Edition still manages to feel like the most elegant of the cheap-good smartphones we've seen this year. Among other things, we appreciate its stylish, customizable design, much-improved camera, expandable memory and, just as important, its near-stock version of Android and Motorola's useful software add-ons.
- Sleek, customizable design
- Greatly improved camera
- Thoughtful Moto software tricks
- Expandable memory
- Works on every US carrier
- Fast, but not quite asfast as some of itsrivals
- Mediocre battery life
- Camera still isn't great in low light
- Critic Reviews (8)
- User Reviews (2)
- 86AVERAGE CRITIC SCORE8 ReviewsPC Mag90Motorola Moto X Pure Edition (Unlocked)The Motorola Moto X Pure Edition is in the same class of unlocked, affordable flagship phones as the OnePlus 2, with one huge advantage: You can actually buy it.CNET80Motorola Moto X Pure Edition (unlocked) review: CuIf you're into self-expression and want a big phone, you'll benefit from the affordable Motorola Moto X Pure Edition. Otherwise, shop around.Wired80Review: Moto X Pure EditionIt’s also the first phone of its kind made by a company—what up, Lenovo—with the clout to convince more than a few Americans to buy a phone outside of a carrier store. And it’s a good enough phone that you should maybe let Lenovo convince you.Gizmodo90Moto X Pure Edition Review: This Phone Does AndroiShould You Buy It? If you’re looking for the absolute best value Android smartphone out there: Yep. Yep, you should.The Wall Street Journal90Moto X Pure Edition Review: One of the Yearâ€™s BeThere isn’t a better phone you can get for $400 right now. The Moto X isn’t perfect, but it’s leading the way for a new class of Android phones that offer a tantalizing set of high-end features for a mid-range price.Engadget90Moto X Pure Edition review: the third time reallyThe Pure Edition still manages to feel like the most elegant of the cheap-good smartphones we've seen this year. ... we appreciate its stylish, customizable design, much-improved camera, expandable memory and ... its near-stock version of Android and Motorola's useful software add-ons.VentureBeat80Moto X: Pure Edition is a great upgrade, even if iThe entertainment value of the screen and speakers is great. The camera is wonderful. But I don’t think that’s enough to justify dropping the cash ($400), when what I have works fine for stuffy adult tasks ... I know that is boringly practical of me to say.The Verge90Motorola Moto X Pure Edition reviewAs it turns out, in 2015, a really good mid-range smartphone is also a really good overall smartphone, and the Moto X Pure Edition is the best mid-range smartphone you can get.
- 85AVERAGE USER SCORE2 ReviewsPatrick80November 11, 2018Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!Moto X Pure is one nice phone. Front firing stereo speakers combined with 5.7 in. Display create a good platform for media consumption. Moto actions allow the phone to stand out from the rest.The phone has held up quite well over the two years I've owned it. Concerns of the phone in 2018:• Battery is not the greatest, but still holding well for two years on it.• OS | Apps tend to lag slight & the phone can hang for seconds, which I've heard can be be caused by 7.1 Nougat.In conclusion, I must say that I'm overall still pleased with the phone.Engadget Reader90September 20, 2015Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!The best in its category. We highly recommend it. - Engadget