Motorola x style đánh giá

Key Specifications

Review Price: £359.005.7-inch QHD screenSnapdragon 808 processor with 3GB RAM21-megapixel rear camera5-megapixel front camera3,000mAh batteryFast chargingStock apk 5.1.1 Lollipop

What is the moto X Style?

Sitting at the đứng đầu of Motorola’s 2015 line-up, the moto X Style (or moto X Pure Edition if you’re in the US) manages to lớn blend high-end specs with a sleek build và still come in at a price that won’t make your wallet cry. It isn’t the flashiest or most feature-laden android phone you can buy right now, but it’s certainly one of the best.

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Motorola has again made a fantastic device – following on from the equally impressive moto G (2015) & Moto X Play – by keeping things simple, tuning all the elements so they work perfectly well together và offering buyers the chance to lớn customise their phone with moto Maker.

If you have £360 (or £399, if you want khổng lồ buy it direct from Motorola and showroom some of your own flare) then the xe máy X Style is the best điện thoại you can buy with your buck.Related: Everything you need to know about the moto Z

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Moto X Style nhận xét – Design

Motorola has stuck to lớn a familiar kiến thiết blueprint with the moto X Style. I’d have liked to lớn have seen a couple of new flourishes about the device, but the final look is both functional and sleek.

In many ways, the moto X Style feels lượt thích a grown-up moto G. Plastic is replaced with metal around the rims, the buttons are a little less loose and the rubbery plastic sits flush around the back.

Unlike the xe máy G, however, this is a big phone. It doesn’t quite cross into Nexus 6 territory, và even though it has a larger 5.7-inch display it still has a smaller footprint than the iPhone 6S Plus.

If you’re coming to lớn the xe máy X Style from a smaller device then it will take some getting used to. Reaching to lớn the corners of the display with one hand is virtually impossible – unless, you’re a basketball whizz – và there have been numerous times when I’ve fumbled with the phone after scooping it up off a table.

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The addition of a metal rim adds rigidity, but it doesn’t feel quite as solid as last year’s moto X. This seems lớn be one of the minor changes made for in order for the price lớn come down.

Flip the phone over và it still bulges out towards the middle. It’s about as far away from the flat backs of the iPhone 6S and Samsung Galaxy S6 as you can get. Regardless, the phone is a pleasure lớn hold & so easy khổng lồ slip into a jeans pocket.

The classic Motorola dimple remains, although its smaller kích thước means it’s a less satisfying spot upon which to lớn rest your finger. This area is screaming out for a fingerprint reader và I’m surprised Motorola didn’t add one in. Again, I guess it was khổng lồ keep the price down.

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Like in previous years, Motorola isn’t only selling one or two versions of the moto X Style; anyone can thiết kế their own handset using moto Maker. You can change the accent colours, pick between a trắng or đen front & replace the durable rubbery back with various leather or wood offerings.

My review unit was a fairly standard trắng device with silver accents – but being able to showroom some personality to make the handset your own is one of Moto’s killer features.

Which back should you opt for? Well, the rubbery finish certainly is tough – it’s like always having a case on – but bear in mind that the white mã sản phẩm picks up marks easily. Both the leather & wood options are flashier, but how either finish will wear over time is questionable.

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Note that the front of the white model looks particularly “busy”. Along with the camera và front-facing speakers, there are three, very visible sensors for the xe máy Display feature (I’ll get onto this later), a duo of ambient light sensors plus the front-facing camera and flash. I understand all are necessary, but they’re less obvious on the đen model.

Moto X Style review – Display

Although it’s been just over a year since we started seeing quad-HD panels appear on phones, they’ve already started trickling down khổng lồ the cheaper devices.

What’s more impressive here is that Motorola hasn’t skimped at all on the Style’s IPS LCD display. The 1440p, 1,440 x 2,560 display is predictably sharp – pixels are indistinguishable no matter how close you get – but it’s also super-bright & viewing angles are excellent.

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Colours vì chưng have a tendency lớn pop a bit too much & therefore look oversaturated. Unlike the Nexus 6, however, it doesn’t suffer from a dominating yellow tint. On the whole, colours are accurate – whites are bright, while red and yellows look good. If it falls down in an area it’s the black, as these pale in comparison to blacks reproduced on the Sony Xperia Z5’s LCD panel.

If you have a particular dislike for vivacious hues, then colours can be made lớn look more realistic by switching the colour mode khổng lồ normal. Head khổng lồ Settings then the Display option.

As is the case with many android phones, the auto-brightness is overly sensitive & creates a juddery, uneven movement when you move from a dark room lớn a light one.