Motorola XT1900-1 Factory Unlocked Phone - 5.2" Screen - 32GB - Black (U.S. Warranty)
- All-metal unibody design
- Professional-looking photos
- Bigger display, blazing-fast speed
- FUEL up fast; go all-day on a single charge.
- Multi-function fingerprint reader
Experience the next generation of dynamic handheld performance with the unlocked fourth-generation Moto X XT1900-1 32GB Smartphone in Super Black. The IP68 water- and dust-resistant glass and metal Moto X is powered by a 2.2 GHz octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 630 processor and 3GB of RAM. It comes equipped with 32GB of storage and includes a microSD slot for expansion. The phone features a reversible USB Type-C interface for charging and data transfer and a front-mounted fingerprint reader. The Moto X is equipped with a 5.2" IPS LCD display with 1920 x 1080 Full HD resolution. For your photo and video needs, the Moto X features two rear-facing cameras, one 12MP f/2.0 for standard shots and one 8MP f/2.2 with an ultra-wide 120° lens. In low-light conditions, color-correlated temperature dual-LED flash and auto HDR improve camera performance. A front-facing 16MP wide-angle camera with an f/2.0 aperture and its own LED flash helps you take selfies in all conditions. For even better low-light performance, the front camera reduces its resolution to 4MP, enabling pixels to combine for improved light capture.
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I love this phone mainly for that reason, but also because it's smaller than most handsets out there, and still has lots of power and features that I wanted, without too many I didn't.
- Competitive Price
- Small Size
- Decent performance
- Android One (no bloatware)
- Expandable storage
- Fingerprint reader
- Headphone jack
- FM radio
- Type-C (fast data & charging)
- Battery life. Like all phones, until the technology changes, this will affect every heavy user. It could be mitigated by using a user-replaceable battery, but that's all but extinct now. They never learn.
- Type-C not fully implemented: no video out. High-end flagship Android devices can be hooked directly to a monitor/TV, but that was not implemented on the Moto X4. Delays with "casting" are still very noticeable and detrimental to the experience.
The Moto X4 works well for me, especially since it is a Android One phone, and is almost pure Android. Plus it has a few Moto action features.
Didn't think I would like the fingerprint sensor on the front but I love it.
Not sure how long I will use this as daily driver (it would become my second phone; I have a work and personal cell numbers). Waiting for the new ZTE Axon phone to be released and hoping it has dual sim like the 7 does. I also have a T-Mobile sim (I'm in Canada) that I use when I cross the border.