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Moto X: The 5 best features on the Motorola flagship

Moto X: The 5 best features on the Motorola flagship

Moto X: The 5 best features on the Motorola flagship
News from India.com:

Motorola has come all guns blazing with the Moto G and now the Moto X with attractive pricing and a host of features that will blow your mind. Moto X was the first smartphone to be launched after Google took the reigns of the company but the Moto G was launched before it maybe to test the Indian market situation and response to the long awaited return of Motorola and its unique devices.

Moto G got Motorola the required pat on the back to launch the Moto X and at under Rs 24,00 the phone is a steal for the features it gives you. (Read: Moto G vs Moto X)

Here are 5 reasons why Moto X is a good way to spend your money.

Moto Assist

Motorola Assist is useful as it recognizes if you are driving and announces the name of the caller so that you can concentrate on driving while still being aware of the incoming call.

Voice Assistant

Moto X has a voice assistant which responds to voice commands…………… continues on India.com

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Related News:
Moto 360 and Android Wear: Motorola talks Wearables
News from SlashGear:

Chris Davies

Google’s Android Wear may not be about any one smartwatch, but it’s clear that Motorola’s Moto 360 with its circular face and classical wristwatch styling has become the early poster child of the project. SlashGear caught up with an excited Lior Ron, corporate vice president of product management at Motorola and one of the driving forces behind the Moto 360, to find out why designing the unexpected is in Motorola’s DNA, how the smartwatch borrows from the Moto X, and why he thinks the company will have the edge over other Android Wear partners like HTC, LG, Samsung, and ASUS.

“It’s been a long time, we’ve been working on this for a long time,” Ron…………… continues on SlashGear

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