The Moto X Pure Edition (known as the Moto X Style outside of the US) maintains the series' features while adding some exciting new functionality.
The Moto X Pure Edition has a lot to live up to around these parts. For two straight years, its predecessors have grabbed the “Phone of the Year” crown in the end of year top 5 list. That’s a pretty big deal when you consider all of the phones that come out each year. Obviously, we love the approach Motorola takes to Android phones and so if you have used any of the Moto X products, you probably aren’t surprised that they won even with a couple of troublesome areas (their cameras, for one) that certainly weren’t best-in-class. Motorola gets Android that’s about the best way I can explain their phones.
The Moto X Pure is a truly big-screen phone, sporting a 5.7-inch 1440p LCD display that’s rich and bright. At over 6 inches tall, it’s directly comparable in size to phones like the iPhone 6 Plus and the Samsung Galaxy Note 5. That’s huge, especially if you have small hands, but this is the direction all phones are going. We find it less of a nuisance with every new phablet we test it’s the way manufacturers are driving the industry, so we’d best get on board. Thankfully, there’s good reason to: A phone that can double as a tablet, a book page or a movie screen is a phone that’s hard to put down. Love it or hate it, 5.7 inches is the new normal.
Moto X Pure Edition Full Specifications
The Moto X Pure Edition has a 21 megapixel rear (primary) camera, which will take extremely high resolution photos. Its 5 megapixel front camera makes it a good selfie phone. It can capture 1080p high definition video with its primary camera, which is second only to 4K in terms of recording quality.The camera’s max lens aperture size on the Motorola Moto X Pure Edition is about average for smartphones. This isn’t a huge factor, but some photo enthusiasts may prefer larger apertures for shallow depth of field photos, or fast action shots.
The Moto X Pure Edition has a 5.7 inch display, which is very large for a phone released in 2015. Because its screen is over 5.3 inches, this phone also qualifies as a phablet. This also means that for most users, the phone will be difficult to use with one hand when compared to phones with smaller screens.The screen has a resolution of 2,560 pixels by 1,440 pixels, making it a 2K HD screen. Display sharpness can be measured in the density of pixels per square inch of screen, and at 520 PPI, it’s 1.8 times sharper than the average phone released in the past 12 months.
In terms of battery capacity, which is the actual electric charge the battery holds, this phone can hold 3,000 mAh, an above average battery capacity for a smartphone released in 2015.
The phone’s plastic body is 153.90 mm high, 76.20 mm wide, and has a depth of 11.06 mm, 24% thicker than the average smartphone released in the last year. With a weight of 179 grams, it’s much heavier than most smartphones its size. The phone has a large battery for its size, which weighs it down.
Processor and Memory
The Moto X Pure Edition houses a hexa core Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 MSM8992 system on a chip. Its CPU runs at 1.8 GHz, which is much higher than average for a smartphone processor. With 3 gigabytes of RAM, the Moto X Pure Edition has much more memory than other phones released in the past year.
Acceptable Storage Size
The base model of the Moto X Pure Edition has 16 GB of internal storage, which is sub-par for storing music and video, compared to other 2015 phones. Fortunately, there are other storage size options, or you can cheaply expand its storage by as much as 128 GB with a microSD card.
Moto X Pure Edition Release Date and price
Moto X Pure Edition was first announced in July 2015 late it was released on September 2015, it is available to Indian customers via Online marketing websites and Moto X Pure Edition is priced Rs.31,999 in India.