Motorola

Reviews (6.7/10 Avg. rating)

Offers great general performance and some very intuitive elements

Motorola Moto X (2nd Gen)

from TrustedReviews (2 days ago)

The Motorola Moto X is a phone of hits and misses. It’s tough to ascribe a score to, as these wins and fails affect very important parts of the phone.A nearly-always-on screen and the lock screen notifications all make the phone quicker to use, in a manner that’s gimmick-free. You'd bare... More

  8/10

A worthy successor to the original Moto X

Motorola Moto X (2nd Gen)

from tech2 (5 days ago)

The second generation Moto X comes with upgrades not just in terms of build quality, but also the system-on-chip powering the device. In terms of performance, the Moto X is at par with most of the flagship phones out there such as LG G3, Sony Xperia Z3 and so on. It comes with a good display and the... More

  8/10

Advanced voice control features, a solid build and unmodified Android

Motorola Moto X (2nd Gen)

from The Guardian (7 days ago)

The Moto X is a very solid Android smartphone. The slick, uncluttered Android makes it feel like a Google Nexus smartphone, but it is let down by a camera and battery life that aren’t as good as competitors. The lack of an SD card slot is also disappointing, and means even the 32GB version can... More

  8/10

Bigger, better, and just as affordable

Motorola Moto G (2nd Gen)

from Pocketnow (7 days ago)

Did Motorola go too light on the improvements to this year’s Moto G? Not at all. It’s just as much of a no-brainer as it ever was, even if Motorola only made a few changes to the hardware. We can think of at least two reasons we’re completely okay with that. One, Motorola got it ri... More

  8/10

Less is more

Motorola Moto X (2nd Gen)

from Android Community (7 days ago)

There are ups and downs, here, but the 2014 Moto X is definitely worth looking at for your next smartphone purchase, especially with it's $450-or-so price tag. Customizable, efficient with Android, and sporting a respectable camera, the Moto X is the Toyota Camry of smartphones. You’ll get eve... More

Gorgeous display, chic design, solid performance and efficient voice comments

Motorola Moto X (2nd Gen)

from Tom's Guide (8 days ago)

While the original Moto X was a solid device, the sequel is truly stellar. It's a smartphone that delivers swift performance, a lush 1080p display and helpful voice commands, all in a highly customizable, sleek design.Those looking for longer battery life might prefer the Samsung Galaxy S5 and HTC O... More

  8/10

Hits most of the right notes

Motorola Moto X (2nd Gen)

from PC Pro (9 days ago)

Despite this, there’s so much to like about the new Motorola Moto X. It’s refreshing to come across a device packed with so many quirky, yet genuinely useful features that doesn’t neglect the essentials. Not only is it clever, but the screen is fantastic and the design truly beauti... More

  8.3/10

An uncluttered Android marvel

Motorola Moto X (2nd Gen)

from Pocket-lint (10 days ago)

The Motorola Moto X is an appealing proposition. It offers great value for money as a flagship handset and even if you opt to customise with a leather or other finish using Moto Maker, you'll still be getting something more affordable than rivals - and something personal to you.Offering a near-stock... More

  9/10

Very good handset, but it isn't perfect

Motorola Moto X (2nd Gen)

from uSwitch (10 days ago)

The Moto X offers a much needed bit of variety. Its personalisation options are unparalleled, Moto Voice and Active Display offer genuinely new ways to interact with the phone, and it’s very well put together.Looks like the Nexus 6 has some serious competition. 

  9/10

Bright, sharp screen and customisable design

Motorola Moto X (2nd Gen)

from Recombu (10 days ago)

We’re at a bit of a quandary when it comes to scoring the Moto X. We really like it in so many ways - the customisation aspect, the unique wooden backings, the clean and cozy interface with its helpful assistant additions.But then there’s the not-so-great battery life and the camera that... More

  7/10

Low price

Motorola Moto G

(17 days ago)

This phone is awesome. Good Display, decent battery life, great screen at that price. The only problem is the camera, not that good and the flash would make eyes black for a sec. Do you know that that you have ART runtime option in your Moto G, which is featured in KitKat. And you can enable it from... More

  9/10

Best bang-for-buck

Motorola Moto G

(about 1 month ago)

Speedy. Cheap. Awesome screen. Near-vanilla android experience. (Thank-you Motorola!). You're not going to find a better phone for under $450.

  10/10

Good device

Motorola Moto G

(2 months ago)

I have been using this device for 5 months and it is a good one. After 5 months of heavy usage, there is a slight big of lag in the device and a bit drop in battery backup. However on following some things mentioned in the following site, I saw a huge change in device performance.

  7/10

Its not the best phone I have had.

Motorola MOTOGO! Flip

(2 months ago)

It's layout is absolutely awful. Everything is everywhere. Camera sucks, along with its problem with over heating. I have had it for 1.5 years and never really had any other problems with it. Would I recommend it? No. If you are looking for a cheap, temporary phone then this may be the one for you.... More

  6/10

Good durable, basic cell phone

Motorola W385

(2 months ago)

I have had this phone for about 6 years and I only need to charge it about once a month (probably because I only use it for a minute a day LOL). But I rarely use the camera although it has come in handy once or twice. Good durable absolutely basic cell phone.

  8/10

Best budget phone, ever

Motorola Moto G

(4 months ago)

Amazing phone for the $150 price point. The screen is very good and it comes with a decent battery also. Trendy looking, speedy updates, quad core processor. The camera is definitely not high quality, just OK. Wish for an SD slot. Cannot complain for the price

  8/10

This is a great little PHONE

Motorola MOTOGO! Flip

(6 months ago)

I just got this phone as a gift and I thought it was just a phone. This is fine. The help is just two pages long, but if you have the internet get on as many WX416 sites as you can find. There are lots of sites with lots of information. There are more features than I had hoped for and will use, but... More

  10/10

Good basic phone

Motorola Grasp

(7 months ago)

My three year contract is coming to the end. The phone is still working well. Had no problem with text messaging or phone calls. Good entry level phone. If you are just looking for a phone that allow you to make a phone call and send a text message - it will do the job.

  7/10

Excellent BASIC phone.

Motorola MOTOGO! Flip

(7 months ago)

If you want a no-nonsense phone, you came to the right place. If you think you can take pictures that are worth a spit, or a decent user manual, or a mp3 player or a web browser, you chose the WRONG phone. I am very happy with mine. I had a Samsung flip phone from Telus but when they started screwi... More

  8/10

Great for its price

Motorola Moto G

(7 months ago)

It's a really good phone for its price, but there are a few hassles. First, the stock launcher only allows 5 pages on the main screen; no more, no less. Second, there's no memory expansion capability. It's also somewhat fragile. Do not press the vol. dn and power buttons at the same time or it could... More

  8/10

Info & Contact

About Motorola

Motorola proved the naysayers wrong and got this whole crazy cell phone business started back in the 1980’s when they produced “The Brick”, a large, um, ‘portable’ cell phone that was short on looks, but worked!

Shortly thereafter, business really took off when Motorola came out with the StarTac, a sexy flip that was futuristic by anyone’s standards at the time and a huge seller.

Since those early days, Motorola has continued to produce numerous and popular phones, including the extremely successful Razr, a model which ushered in the “thin” fad.

Unfortunately, Motorola has hit hard times during the past couple years with a combination of record losses, an exodus of top CEO’s and ultimately the company being put up for sale.

Motorola is based in Schaumburg, Illinois and was founded in 1928 as the Galvin Manufacturing Corporation.

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