Motorola fired a series of broadsides at the battery life of Samsung’s top-end smartphone today, as it went out of its way to differentiate itself from its Android competitors.
At the launch of its new Moto X phones in London, Motorola design don Jim Wicks said that Moto X Style buyers can expect up to ten hours more battery life in day-to-day use than owners of the more expensive Samsung Galaxy S6.
That’s on top of Motorola’s claim that the Moto X is the 'world’s fastest-charging smartphone'.
The gadget-maker was also keen to talk up the battery longevity credentials of its other new addition to the Moto X range, the Play.
Not least by noting that the Moto X Play’s 3630mAh battery is 42% larger than Samsung’s Galaxy S6, which appears to have been directly in Motorola’s firing line today.
For a full run-down of everything the 2015 additions to the Moto Xl range, check out our news report. We’ve also got the lowdown on the new Moto G and we’ll have some hands-on videos for you later today.
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