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A Consumer's Eye at the Moto X Style


This is not your average hands-on review. Here's why: We don't actually have access to this phone. That's why this upcoming series of articles are labeled "Consumer's Eye". We will talk/write about the device from a consumer(who usually does not have the device that they are considering to buy)'s point of view. So let's get started, with a consumer's eye at the Moto X Style!


Motorola made the Moto X Style to compete with the current high end flagships in 2015 right now, mainly the Galaxy S6, LG G4, HTC One M9, etc. To do that, they needed to put high end specs inside the Moto X Style, which fortunately, they did! The Moto Style comes with a 5.7 in. QHD display with a pixel density of 515 ppi, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor, a 3000 mAH battery, 3072 MB of RAM, and a 21 megapixel dual LED flash camera with a f/2.0 aperture. Of course, these specs sound very good on paper, but it is still unclear on how this device will perform in real life. However, moving on, this device should have a very impressive display. Granted, it may or may not be as impressive as the display on the Samsung Galaxy S6 or the LG G4, but it should still be more than enough for everyday use. The Snapdragon 808 should be able to power through everything that the user can launch at it without any stutter, especially when the software is more or less vanilla android. The QHD display should not be a problem either, as the LG G4 was able to perform just fine with the same processor and display. The design of the phone looks very attractive as well. Motorola was able to keep a relatively small footprint with their new flagship even with the massive display. The bezels are small, resulting in a screen to body ratio of 76%.

 Going through all these impressive specs leaves us to the last major point of the device: the camera. This year, Motorola bumped up the camera resolution to a 21 megapixel camera. This may seem impressive, but in fact, we have mixed feelings about this change. As you may know, the HTC One M9 and almost every Sony Xperia Z series of phones features a 20+ megapixel camera. These devices proved that more megapixels does not always result in better pictures. The HTC One M9 was constantly criticized by the poor camera experience, and the Sony Xperia Z series never had the best camera in the market. 

However, if Motorola is able to tame the wild beast of 21 megapixels, boy will the camera be spectacular! With an awesome price tag of $400-$500, this device also comes at an attractive price point. And here you have it. A consumer's eye at the Moto X Style. Of course, this article may not have the same opinions as yours, so feel free to share your opinions with us. Have a nice day, and stay tuned!



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