- Product Dimensions: 2.6 x 0.4 x 4.9 inches ; 4.6 ounces
- Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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- ASIN: B00EKXGIKE
- Item model number: Moto X
- Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required.
- Average Customer Review: 81 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #251,890 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones & Accessories) Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
- Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
Motorola Moto X - 1st Generation, Black 16GB (AT&T)
- Display: 4.7-inches
- Camera: 10-MP
- Processor Speed: 1.7 GHz
- OS: Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean)
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Motorola Moto X - 1st Generation, Black 16GB (AT&T)
The first expression of the new Motorola, the Moto X for AT&T is the first smartphone to meet your desire for responsiveness with the best delivery of Google services. It's faster because it hears your voice and responds with Google Now. It tells you what you need to know, even when you're not touching it. You'll also be able to stay informed without constantly turning on your phone thanks to the new ultra-low power notification system.
Pick it up, and the Moto X is curved to fit your hand. With a twist of your wrist, it becomes your camera. Use a simple gesture to instantly launch the 10-megapixel rear camera without unlocking the phone. An easy-to-use interface allows you to capture images faster -- just touch anywhere on the screen to snap a photo and quickly shoot a burst of photos. The comfortable Moto X features a custom shaped battery that filled the curved space and powers your Moto X through a whole day.
Running the Android 4.2.2 (Jelly Bean) operating system, the Moto X is powered by the Motorola X8 Mobile Computing System, which includes a software optimized Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro (1.7 GHz Dual-Core Krait CPU, quad-core Adreno 320 GPU), a natural language processor, and a contextual computing processor.
The Moto X has 16 GB of internal storage, and its 2200 mAh battery provides up to 13 hours of talk time and 10 days (240 hours) of standby time.
Never Miss a Shot
The Moto X allows you to go from pocket to picture in just a few seconds, so you'll never miss a shot again. Whether your Moto X is in your pocket or already in use, just twist your wrist twice and it's ready to shoot. And because you can touch anywhere on the screen, it only takes one hand -- and just a few seconds -- to capture a perfect shot. The embedded Clear Pixel technology collects more light and snaps pictures up to twice as fast as other phone's cameras, so you can capture the darkest scenes or stop motion blur in bright light.
The 10-megapixel rear camera has a 16:9 aspect ratio and can shoot video at up to Full HD 1080p resolution at 30 fps (frames per second) with slow motion. It also features auto HDR, a panorama option, photo burst, and a 4x digital zoom.
The Moto X responds to your voice, without you having to touch it. You just have to say: "OK Google Now" and give it a command. You can check messages, set an alarm, get directions, find out the weather, or do just about anything. With just a little training in a quiet room, your Moto X learns to recognize your voice. Then it knows you, even when everyone's talking at once. And thanks to the super low-power natural language processor, your Moto X is always ready with a quick response.
Motorola Moto X
- 3G/4G LTE connectivity
- Android 4.2.2 (Jelly Bean) operating system
- 1.7 GHz dual-core processor + 400 MHz quad-core graphics processor
- 4.7-inch touchscreen AMOLED display (720 x 1280)
- 10-MP rear camera (with Full HD 1080p video)
- Front 2-MP camera with HD 720p video
- 16 GB storage + 2 GB of RAM
- Wireless-N Wi-Fi + Bluetooth 4.0 LE + NFC
- Up to 13 hours of talk time
Even when it seems to be sleeping, your Moto X is paying attention. Instead of a blinking light that doesn't actually tell you anything, information quietly appears on the screen. You don't have to wake your phone to look at the time or see your messages. But the active display is also smart enough to know when it's in your pocket or when it's placed face down so it won't deliver notifications, saving on battery power. As soon as you take it out of your pocket or turn it over, it discretely pulses with the time and any notifications you've received.
When you need a little more info, just touch the notification icon and details will appear on the top and bottom of the screen. Drag the icon up and the app associated with the notification will open. Drag the icon left or right to make them all go away.
Motorola Migrate: Wirelessly your old phone's stuff -- photos, videos, SIM contacts and even your call and text history -- from any Android phone in just a few steps.
Motorola Assist: Recognizes when you shouldn't be bothered, like when you're sleeping or driving. You can set actions and exceptions so that they work exactly how you want them to.
Motorola Connect: Read and reply to texts, and see who's calling your Moto X directly from your computer's Chrome browser. All without ever having to reach for your phone.
Google Drive: Moto X owners get an extra 50 GB of Google Drive storage (on top of the standard 15 GB) free for two years to safely keep and share photos, documents and other files (for a total of 65 GB).
What's in the Box
Moto X; energy efficient charger; Micro USB cable; SIM removal tool; getting started guide
AT&T's 4G Network
AT&T boasts the largest 4G mobile broadband network in the United States, covering more than 292 million people with a combination of two layers of 4G technology: the 4G LTE (Long Term Evolution) network and an older technology called HSPA+ that delivers near-4G speeds. AT&T's 4G LTE network is currently live in 261 markets across the U.S. (as of May, 2013) with more markets continually being added. AT&T expects to cover 300 million people with its 4G LTE network by the end of 2014.
With 4G LTE technology, you'll get mobile Internet speeds up to 10 times faster than 3G, enabling you to upload a photo in 6 seconds, download a song in 4 seconds, and download HD movies in minutes and apps almost instantly. You can expect average download data rates of 13 megabits per second (Mbps) and 6 Mbps for uploads in real-world, loaded network environments.
If you are not in an area served by 4G LTE, you'll be able to connect to AT&T's HSPA+ enhanced backhaul network, which delivers speeds up to 4x faster than AT&T's HSPA 3G network. With the combination of 4G LTE and HSPA+, you'll enjoy higher data speed averages than other networks.
In areas where either AT&T's 3G or 4G network is not available, you'll continue to receive service on the AT&T EDGE network, which offers availability in more than 13,000 US cities and along some 40,000 miles of major highways.
Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean) OS
Fast, fluid, and smooth, the Android 4.2 operating system (nicknamed Jelly Bean) offers effortless movement between home screens -- like turning the pages of a book. And it includes faster orientation changes, quicker switching between recent apps, and smoother and more consistent rendering throughout your mobile device. And widgets work like magic. As you place widgets on the screen, everything else automatically moves to make room. When they're too big, widgets resize on their own.
Browse and download thousands of free and paid apps from around the world via Google Play or the Amazon Appstore for Android.
Smooth Operator. More reactive and uniform touch responses mean you can almost feel the pixels beneath as your finger moves across the screen. .
Live in the Now. With Google Now, you get the right information at just the right time -- before you even ask. It can tell you today's weather before you start your day, or when the next train will arrive as you're standing on the platform. .
Photo Sphere Camera. Snap pictures in every direction -- up, down, and all around you -- and have them come together into incredible, immersive photo spheres that put you right inside the scene.
Smarter Keyboard with Gesture Typing. Just glide your finger over the letters you want to type, and lift after each word. You don't have to worry about spaces because they're added automatically for you.
Beam Photos and Videos. With Android Beam, you can easily share your photos and videos.
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Definitely worth the purchase, and will be looking for the new version when it's time to upgrade.
Second snag: I accidentally locked the SIM card. When I logged into AT&T to get the PUK code, the one provided did not work. When I called Technical Support, both codes they provided did not work. I had to wait until the next day to visit an
AT&T store to get a new SIM card and was without phone for awhile.
It took technical support two days to figure out that ??? had dropped the messaging service from my phone.
Ok, the phone.
It is larger than my old phone, ATRIX 4GL, but it still fits in my back pocket. It is lighter, and the integration with Google is tight, but not proprietary like the iPhone.
Migrating the data from my OLD phone to my new one was pretty much painless for all android/playstore applications. Now, even though you migrate these, you still have to sign in to each account/app and sync with the server to restore your saved data.
- Rule one, before activating the new phone, make sure you open each app on the old phone and sync with their server (i.e. Endomondo, ShopSavvy, KeyRing, etc.). This way, when you open the app on your new phone you can restore your data.
Migrating Apps from Amazon was also easy, you have to download the Amazon Appstore to your new device. When you open that you can select which apps to install from your Amazon Cloud. Also, you may want to disable the old phone in your Amazon Account.
The best way to do this is to hook your phone up to the USB for power options and do your upgrades while you are also on the computer.
If you had Cloud or Google storage for your photos, then you can sync from the cloud, otherwise the Motorola Migrate app will transfer these to your new phone.
Voice recognition on this phone is superb, much better than my previous phone. The "keyboard" is also much better and easier to use.
Email: You have a choice of using the Email app for all your accounts, or you can use the vendor's apps (outlook.com, Yahoo Mail). I like the vendor apps better. Don't do both. The GUI for the Email app is really nice though. You swipe a message to the right to delete it.
- downside is you have to swipe each one.
- upside is that you don't have to select check boxes
Instant Photos - you gotta love this!!! If you're like me and password protect your phone, you know how many shots you have missed because you had to log in first. No more. Shake the phone in a circular motion, and the camera activates; even though the phone is locked.
Camera controls are really improved. The new Slow Motion video feature is really nice. Once the camera is activated, you can access controls by swiping an icon/label and selecting one or more features. You can snap a bunch of photos without having to wait for the camera to reset. Resolution is not top of the line, but is on line with other phones (10 megapixels). Full HD video (1024 p).
The phone comes with Assist, that (when activated) allows you to set preferences when you are driving, in a meeting or asleep. It will send a predetermined message to callers letting them know you are driving, in a meeting or asleep.
That's all I can think of right now. OK Google Now: voice recognition works pretty well. So far, it has opened or called the right people and webpages.
Made in America!!! Did I mention that!!! Go USA!!!
The one issue is that it only has 16 Gb and I can't add an SD card. I really wish they had kept this feature.
The size is only on a tad more than the Atrix 2 and it's a lot skinnier. The battery lasts me all day... where with the Atrix I found about 3 or 4pm I needed to charge it.