The Motorola Moto X Gen 2 launch date and price for India has been announced. The device is going to be launched through online retailer Flipkart this midnight. The price of the 2nd generation Moto X is Rs. 31,999. The device is comparatively costlier than the Moto X by exactly Rs. 10,000.
The price of the Moto X was Rs. 21,999, which means the Gen 2 device costs more by Rs. 10,000. Flipkart is a super busy place right now as there are many enthusiasts who are certainly logged in. Actually, the announcement had already been made. So, all the Moto fans are geared up for their copy of the device.
There are some interesting features in the new device that you may be interested to know about the Motorola Moto X Gen 2.
The device has 5.2 inch Full HD display. The Moto X had 720p screen. This means the new 2nd generation Moto device is an upgrade from the previous device. The beautiful screen of the device has got protection in Corning Gorilla Glass. So, there can be no scratches and the screen will remain safe.
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The new Moto X comes with a 2.5GHz Snapdragon 801 processor as against the 1.7GHz processor. The RAM in the new device is 2GB. It is reported that the Motorola Moto X Gen 2 will have 16GB as well as 32GB variants.
The battery in the new Moto X can suffice for one full day, claims Motorola. The reason is the upgraded battery with 2300mAh. So, if you need to use your device for a long time, the Motorola Moto X Gen 2 can be your answer.
The Smartphone runs on Android 4.4. And yes, you can expect the Android L to become available very soon. There is also the Moto Voice assistance, which come with a few upgrades. So, using the Motorola Moto X Gen 2 will always be fun and easy.
The Motorola device comes with an upgraded rear camera. The rear camera in the previous variant was 10MP and now its 13MP. The camera has a dual LED flash that helps in illuminating the dark regions around your object.
The camera in the Motorola Moto X Gen 2 has a Best Shot feature. The feature uses the camera to take images of the object even before you actually start to shoot. It then shows you the shots so you can choose the best of them.
There is also Ultra HD 4K video recording. This could be taxing on the battery and that needs no second mention.