Moto X owners get an extra 50GB of Google Drive storage on top of the standard 15GB free for two years* to safely keep and share photos, documents and other files.
“A full seven months after launching in the U.S. and even two months after the U.K, folks in Australia will have their chance to pick up a Moto X for AUD$549 outright. Sadly there's no Moto Maker customization at this point — nor is it expected — so you'll be selecting from either black or white at this point.”Complete Review
“Motorola is playing up the always-listening aspect of the device. It’s a good choice on Motorola’s part, as the voice control has been widely regarded as a high point for the phone in overseas markets.”Complete Review
“In terms of specifications, the handset has a 1.7GHz dual-core processor, a 4.7 inch AMOLED 720p screen, and runs Android 4.4.2 KitKat. As well as the regular Android functionality, the Moto X also boasts always-on Google Now voice control that responds to the regular “OK Google Now” command.”Complete Review
“A curving back lends itself to good ergonomics and gives the smartphone a distinguishing design trait.”Complete Review
“But there are a lot more to the Moto X than its design of course, it is a flagship smartphone from Motorola that features many interesting features inside such as a touchless control where you can activate the device simply by saying “OK Google Now”, a camera that is always ready to go, and more.”Complete Review