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Phone Comparisons: Motorola Moto X (2014) vs Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge

Phone Comparisons: Motorola Moto X (2014) vs Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge

Phone Comparisons: Motorola Moto X (2014) vs Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge
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Do we have a good one for you today – the much beloved Motorola Moto X (2014) goes up against the new Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge.  Just how does the Moto X stack up against the newest flagship from Samsung?  When the Moto X was released in September 2014, it had top specifications, just as the new Galaxy S6 Edge does for its release.  The field of electronics advances so rapidly that those six months can make a big difference…but just how much.

Both devices are about the same physical dimensions, with the Moto X weighing 12 grams more than the Galaxy S6 Edge.  Both devices use the AMOLED display technology and with the Moto X coming in at 5.2-inches and the Galaxy S6 Edge coming in at 5.1-inches, their displays are close to equal in size.  Both devices carry no microSD card slot and both have a non-removable battery.  They both have the usual Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, NFC capabilities, active noise cancellation with dedicated mic, fast charging batteries and a microUSB port for charging and data tranfers.

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News from based Motorola Backfoots from selling phone offline in India – News Every day:

Motorola has no immediate plan to sell its smart phones through retail stores in India despite some of its rivals like Xiaomi beginning to focus on offline sales too.

The US based company, after a huge come back, has been selling its smart phones via online markets. Amit Boni, the India business head of Motorola, said the company would continue its exclusive partnership with e-commerce company Flipkart. However, the company has reported to have 150-odd service centres across the country.

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“It is important that when you take a strategic bet, you stand by it and make it work. That’s what we are doing with the Flipkart partnership. You need to look into other channels of sales only when your present channel is not sound enough,” Boni reported.

The company has been focusing on all types of customers in the market, with its variety of products from the lower end till the higher versions.

However, the company is preferred by only certain class of users. “We believe that there’s a certain set of customers who wants to see the device before buying it. We are making sure that we are opening up to t…………… continues on based Motorola Backfoots from selling phone offline in India – News Every day

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