Finally Motorola has launched the much awaited Moto X (2nd generation) smartphone in India on September 24, 2014 for a price of Rs 31,999.
The phone goes to sale exclusively on Flipkart from Wednesday night.
The manufacturers had unveiled the new Moto X (2nd generation) earlier this month. The new version of the Moto X has been priced Rs 8,000 dearer than the first Moto X, which was launched for a price of Rs 23,999 in India.
The 2nd generation of Moto X will have the base model priced at Rs 31,999, while the buyers will have to shell some more to get the wood and leather back panel models, which have been priced at Rs 33,999.
The new Moto X comes with 5.2″ 1080p display coupled with Corning® Gorilla® Glass and a water-resistant coating for best protection. It has been powered with a 2.5GHz quad-core processor matched with 2GB RAM.
As expected, the 2nd generation of the model comes with Moto X that allows users to give voice commands for using their favorite apps.
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On the rear, the phone comes with a 13 megapixel camera with dual LED flash. The 2MP front facing camera is decent. The new Moto X runs on a 2400mAh battery and promises to offer 24 hours of usage.
The phone is running on Android 4.4 KitKat, but it remains to be seen if the phones get Android L update. As for internal storage, users have 16 GB, of which 12 GB of user memory will be available.
As for the SIM, it doesn’t have dual slots as the new Moto G, so users have to settle for one SIM slot for GSM.