BY | March 14, 2014

After months and months of wait, finally Motorola’s marquee handset 4.7-incher Moto X is all set to India.

The handset that was thought to be the American smartphone company’s response to Samsung’s Galaxy S4 and iPhone 5 though didn’t turn out to be a huge hit in the market, but still it got great reviews in tech journals and technology portals across the world.

The handset comes with many great features. But the most important feature that has impressed people from the US to Europe, Middle East and Asia is the fact that the handset is extremely customizable and it looks as good as the users want it to look.

The company at the time of its launch claimed that customizable was a trait that was going to be its most important USP. There is no doubt that it is really a great feature of the handset, nonetheless it couldn’t get the sort of response that the company was looking towards to.

Now the company is all set to introduce the handset in the Indian market. And it is once again taking the route of Flipkart to introduce here in the country. After the stupendous success of Motorola’s Moto G that was exclusively launched on Indian’s top online retailer Flipkart, the American smartphone maker has once again chosen the same online retailer to do its bidding for its higher end handset Moto X. To be true there is a huge difference between a very lowly priced Moto G and a high-end handset from Motorola.

There is no denying the fact that the Moto X from Motorola is an impressive handset from every angle. The biggest attraction of this handset is the fact that it is highly customizable and also a lot near to many Americans’ hearts because of the fact that company claims that it is assembled in the US. To be true, after a rather very long time we have a handset that is assembled in the US. All other nicely packed handsets are shipped to the US in their complete form from EOM partners of different vendors including Apple. Most of these OEM partners of top companies belong to countries like China, Taiwan or South Korea.

The handset is also feature rich and comes with impressive specifications. From processor to camera everything seems great. When it comes to specifications and features, the handset looks nothing short of impressive. As far as specs are concerned, it comes with 4.7 inch 1280×720 display, dual-core 1.7 GHz processor, 2GB RAM, 16GB internal storage, 10 MP rear and 2MP front cameras and comes with Android 4.3 OS. So the company is set to get good response in the Indian market once again.

Motorola Moto X full specifications
Display: 4.7 AMOLED , HD 720p
Battery: 2200 mAh
Camera: 10MP, front 2MP 1080p HD video
OS: Android 4.2.2
RAM: 2GB
Internal Storage: 16 GB/32 GB
Media: Bluetooth 4.0 LE + EDR, WiFi 802.11a/g/b/n/ac (dual band capable), mobile hotspot

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