Hello guys Tyler here and today I’m going to be doing an overview of the 2014 Moto X, running Android 5.1.1. it may seem late but I really wanted to get a good feel for the device. I’m going to be looking at hardware,speed,and the battery life, so without further or do I’m about to hit you with a review.


The 2014 Moto X is rocking an older Qualcomm® Snapdragon 801 processor (MSM8974-AC) with 2.5 GHz quad-core CPU, Adreno 330 @ 578 MHz GPU , and it honestly doesn’t slow the phone down by much. With its beautiful display and dawn near stock Android experience I feel As if it’s definitely winning in the hardware section of this review.


Honestly with the latest update the 2014 Moto X runs extremely slow for short bursts of time, I find myself having to restart the phone a lot more often. It isn’t the fastest but it’s well ahead of its competition.

Battery Life:

Okay it’s not the biggest battery but it definitely lasts through the day, but at 100 percent brightness it struggles to make it from 8:00 am. to 5:00 pm. Now you definitely don’t need it at full brightness ever, auto brightness is a huge battery saver. Yes it does get hot when playing games like GTA:3, and asphalt 8, but not enough to make you uncomfortable.

That was my written review if the 2014 moto x, I hope this post helped you out, show it some love by sharing it, and as always don’t forget to join the tech side.

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