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Moto X Pure Edition Unlocked Smartphone, 16GB Black (U.S. Warranty - XT1575)

4.3 out of 5 stars 1,631 customer reviews
| 1000+ answered questions
16 GB
  • Carrier freedom: Moto X Pure Edition is unlocked and works on all major networks.
  • 5.7" Quad HD display + stereo sound: Immerse yourself in entertainment with a vivid, edge-to-edge display that's enhanced by rich stereo sound.
  • 21 MP camera: Take crystal-clear pictures and get great results in any light.
  • TurboPower charging: Get the world's fastest charging with TurboPowerTM technology for up to 10 hours of use in just 15 minutes of charging.
  • All-day battery: Power through the day without stopping to recharge.
  • Advanced water protection: Never let spills, splashes, or rain stand in the way of using your phone.
  • Pure AndroidTM experience: AndroidTM as it was intended-without unnecessary clutter from preloaded apps or software.
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3 new from $324.00 13 used from $207.93 2 refurbished from $220.41
Device Compatibility with United States Carriers
The table below provides detailed information about the Moto X Pure Edition Unlocked Smartphone, 16GB Black (U.S. Warranty - XT1575) compatibility with the corresponding carrier network.
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Voice / Text 2G Data 3G Data 4G LTE Data
AT&T Fully Compatible
Sprint Fully Compatible
T-Mobile See Details Partial
Verizon Wireless Fully Compatible
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AT&T Fully Compatible
Sprint Fully Compatible
T-Mobile See Details
Verizon Wireless Fully Compatible
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Technical Details

Color: Black | Size: 16 GB
  • Weight: 6.24 ounces
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Product Description

Color: Black | Size: 16 GB

Stunning 5.7' Quad borderless display on a device that's extremely comfortable to hold and use. Hyper-intelligent 21 MP camera with enhanced focusing technology, zero shutter lag and a colon adjusting flash for the fastest capture and best images. All day battery life (30+ hrs.) that can be turbo powered to give you 10 hours on a 15 min charge. Pure android experience with innovative Motorola enhancement. Supports all major NA carriers.

Product Details

Color: Black | Size: 16 GB
Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here [PDF]
  • Item Weight: 6.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
  • ASIN: B013SEXKI8
  • Item model number: Moto X Pure
  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars 1,631 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,356 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones & Accessories)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here [PDF]

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Size: 16 GBColor: White & Bamboo Verified Purchase
Ever since December of 2014, I have been using a Cloud White 64GB Nexus 6. I am going to list the pros and cons of the Moto X Pure in general, and also compare the phone to the Nexus 6. I have included a Winner to each section, which sums up my points. Just in case you don’t want to read my entire review. Hopefully this will help many others who are thinking of making the same switch that I did. That being said, let's get this review started!

Moto X Pure vs. Nexus 6:

Display: LCD vs AMOLED
I originally was scared to go back to an LCD, I loved the deep blacks of the AMOLED and got used to the saturated colors. After using the MXP for a bit, I genuinely prefer the more natural colors of the LCD. The LCD is also capable of getting much brighter than the Nexus AMOLED, while also getting darker. The Nexus 6 can get almost as dark, but at the lowest setting the colors turn red. Some people may prefer the over-saturated colors and deep blacks of the AMOLED, but I find the LCD blacks are extremely good, and it gets much brighter. The LCD seems to be sharper to my eyes. Keep in mind, the Nexus wins for viewing angles. The MXP viewing angles aren't as bad as people make it seem, but they are not the best.

Winner (in my opinion): MXP. I prefer the brighter LCD, sharper picture and more natural colors.

If you are not used to a bigger phone, it will take some getting used to. Both the Nexus and MXP will be big if you are coming from a sub 5.5" display phone. That being said, the MXP is much easier to use. I personally have extremely large hands (all of my friends and family say the Nexus looks like a normal phone in my hands), I did not find the Nexus hard to use. Without a case, the Nexus gave me no issues.
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Size: 16 GBColor: Black Verified Purchase
This is why I prefer Motorola devices over everything else. Its a heavy phone feels solid. Phones these days are reviewed based on the materials they use but to me I like picking up a phone that feels like a brick not a hollow fragile device. And every Motorola phone I have ever had feels just that way. And this thing functions properly too. The best part about this phone so far is the fact that I don't use it all day when I hop in my car at the end of the day it is still at 93% try ever getting that on my Galaxy S5 and you would think something was wrong. Animations are smooth and it is what stock should be... just a few Motorola Brand apps that can be disabled if you do not want them and the rest is Google developed apps. Pure if you ask me. Not Nexus but that is okay.

I have it activated on Verizon. Don't bother with going to the store if you already have a NanoSIM. If not run to the Verizon store walk up and just ask for a SIM card.... Don't be so lazy that you are willing to wait for overnight shipping get this phone activated today. After you get your SIM just call Tech Support at Verizon at (800) 922-0204 follow the prompts to activate a device (Something like press 1, then 3 for technical support, say "Activate a device", and 3 again? Don't take that word for word) when it tells you "for 4g insert sim and reboot" stay on the line and press 0. This will take you to a rep and explain you have an unlocked phone and want to activate it. You give them the IMEI, MEID, and NanoSIM ID and 10-20 seconds later your phone will start activating. Give it about 5 minutes and it will work on their network.
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By Jay on September 26, 2015
Size: 32 GBColor: Black Verified Purchase
This phone is great. I'm coming from a Note 4, so I'm going from a flagship to slightly less of a flagship, in terms of cost. Having unlimited data on Verizon, I've got to buy phones full price. The Note 4 cost me $750 after tax last year, while the Moto X cost me about $300 less! I love the fact that I can finally buy a phone that's NOT from Verizon, and have peace of mind knowing that if I ever leave, I can bring the Moto X with me to any carrier. It's amazing booting up a phone with absolutley NO Verizon software! All I had to do was use a sim cutter on my micro sim from my Note 4 and pop it in the Moto X...it connected to the network immediately.

Only issue I had was I wasn't getting simultaneous voice and data. Every time I made a call, LTE would drop. So I looked into it, and found out that you have to have Verizon activate Advanced Calling (HD Voice) on the phone on their end. Then, you have to go into the hidden phone menu by dialing *#*#4636#*#*, then go to "Phone Information," scroll down and toggle "Turn on VOLTE provisioned flag." After you do this, reboot your phone, and now you've got simultaneous talk/data!

Other than that, the phone does tend to run a bit warm, but after seeing many reports of this phone running warm, it's just something with the processor/gpu I believe. No, I don't have a faulty unit which is what everybody seems to run to the second you mention a warm phone...it's just how the phone is. Both of my S3's ran warm, my S4 and my DNA. Even my G2. Even my Note 4 would run warm in certain circumstances, but the Note definitely runs cooler than this. Who knows why, but it's not that bothersome.

The speakers sound great. I love it.
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