The 2014 version of the Moto X is a lot of smartphone for not much outlay.
The Moto X might just be 2014's best-value smartphone. With completely touch-free voice commands, Android 4.4 KitKat, an amazing array of apps and a camera that you can activate with gestures alone, it's easier to tell you what this great handset hasn't got.
Google Now just got a whole lot better with the Moto X, which brings touch-free voice commands to smartphones for the first time ever. That means you can issue voice commands to set alarms, ask for directions and check the weather without having to physically touch your handset. Just say 'Okay Google Now' and you're ready to go. It's how voice commands always should ahve been.
Better still, Motorola's Crystal Talk technology gradually gets better at understanding your voice. That means the Moto X will even be able to pick out your voice in busy rooms where everyone is speaking at once.
The Moto X is no slouch in the camera stakes too, thanks to the on board ten-megapixel camera lens. And for when you need to take a picture in a hurry, you can fire up the camera just by twisting your wrist twice.
Ready to shoot? That's just as fast and easy. Just tap the screen once to focus and then touch anywhere on the display to grab the snap. And for when you want to get creative there are burst and panorama modes and a 4X digital zoom for getting up close and personal with your subjects.
The Moto X's standout features also include a water-repellant coating, a two-megapixel camera that faces the front for seflies, Android 4.4 out of the box, a 4.7-inch AMOLED Gorilla Glass scren and 16GB of internal storage. You'll also get a long-life battery, ClearPixel camera technology that lets in more light for superior snapping in low-light conditions and support for the latest 4G standards for super-fast browsing and downloads.