Moto X Pure Edition Unlocked Smartphone, 32GB White (U.S. Warranty – XT1575)

July 15, 2016 - Comment

Stunning 5.7′ Quad borderless display on a device that’s extremely comfortable to hold and use. Hyper-intelligent 21 MP camera with enhanced focusing technology, zero shutter lag and a colon adjusting flash for the fastest capture and best images. All day battery life (30+ hrs.) that can be turbo powered to give you 10 hours on

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(as of October 22, 2017 8:49 am UTC - Details)

Stunning 5.7′ Quad borderless display on a device that’s extremely comfortable to hold and use. Hyper-intelligent 21 MP camera with enhanced focusing technology, zero shutter lag and a colon adjusting flash for the fastest capture and best images. All day battery life (30+ hrs.) that can be turbo powered to give you 10 hours on a 15 min charge. Pure android experience with innovative Motorola enhancement. Supports all major NA carriers.

Product Features

  • Carrier freedom: Moto X Pure Edition is unlocked and works on all major networks
  • 5.7″ Quad HD display + stereo sound: Immerse yourself in entertainment with a vivid, edge-to-edge display that’s enhanced by rich stereo sound.
  • 21 MP camera: Take crystal-clear pictures and get great results in any light.
  • TurboPower charging: Get the world’s fastest charging with TurboPower(TM) technology for up to 10 hours of use in just 15 minutes of charging.
  • All-day battery: Power through the day without stopping to recharge.
  • Advanced water protection: Never let spills, splashes, or rain stand in the way of using your phone.
  • Pure Android(TM) experience: Android(TM) as it was intended – without unnecessary clutter from preloaded apps or software.
  • Moto enhancements: Simplifying what you’re doing. Anticipating what you’re going to do. Your phone does it for you.

Comments

Chris W. says:

Moto X Pure vs. Nexus 6 Ever since December of 2014, I have been using a Cloud White 64GB Nexus 6. I am going to list the pros and cons of the Moto X Pure in general, and also compare the phone to the Nexus 6. I have included a Winner to each section, which sums up my points. Just in case you don’t want to read my entire review. Hopefully this will help many others who are thinking of making the same switch that I did. That being said, let’s get this review started!Moto X Pure vs. Nexus 6:…

Harvey Worman IV says:

This is for Verizon customers that decide to poorly review this phone because they cannot activate on Verizon networks. This is why I prefer Motorola devices over everything else. Its a heavy phone feels solid. Phones these days are reviewed based on the materials they use but to me I like picking up a phone that feels like a brick not a hollow fragile device. And every Motorola phone I have ever had feels just that way. And this thing functions properly too. The best part about this phone so far is the fact that I don’t use it all day when I hop in my car at the end of the day it is still at 93% try ever…

Jay says:

Awesome phone This phone is great. I’m coming from a Note 4, so I’m going from a flagship to slightly less of a flagship, in terms of cost. Having unlimited data on Verizon, I’ve got to buy phones full price. The Note 4 cost me $750 after tax last year, while the Moto X cost me about $300 less! I love the fact that I can finally buy a phone that’s NOT from Verizon, and have peace of mind knowing that if I ever leave, I can bring the Moto X with me to any carrier. It’s amazing booting up a phone with…

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