Motorola Moto X 2d Pure Edition

8.2 Overall Score
Screen: 10/10
Battery Life: 8/10
Usability: 8/10

Screen | Battery | Feel | Glass

Camera | Not really 'Pure'


This is the hard part.  There are so many pluses to the Motorola Moto X 2.  So I will try to keep it to what I LIKE about the phone, and then I will talk about some of the fall back I see with the Motorola Moto X 2.

The Motorola Moto X 2… I personally have some mixed feelings with it.  I see a lot of positive things to say as well.  Being Motorola’s flagship, I expect perfection.  Google bought Motorola and produced the Moto X (First Edition), which was amazing.  When Google sold Motorola to Lenovo, did Lenovo take some short cuts?

I love the way the phone feels in my hand, and love the 5.2 Inch AMOLED screen.  It’s clear and very easy to read.  The battery life is also great with 2,300 mAH.  I also love how it has 802.11AC WiFi.

Even though we ordered the Pure Edition, it still is not really ‘Pure’.  There are messenger apps, along with other things that Motorola puts into place.  While they can be forced stopped, and disabled, it comes down to plug it in and rock and roll.  Maybe its my old age of just wanting things to work how you want them to work out of the box.  Maybe its just me.  I am happy to review the unit that we purchased, and glad I got to spend some time with it and play with it.  I do hope that Android Silver comes sooner than later so the people that want to move over to a pure Android form can.  I absolutely fell in love with my Nexus 5, and hope that an updated phone is going to come up that offers the ‘Nexus’ Experience.

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