#9 – Motorola Moto X
When Google bought Motorola in 2012, many people believed that Motorola would takeover the production of Nexus phones. Instead, a year later they presented us with the Moto X, stylish upper mid-range phone. Although it packs some solid hardware, including a 1.7 GHZ dual core CPU and 2GB of RAM, it falls short in some other areas like a 720p screen, which is not that impressive compared to some other popular smartphones like the HTC One or the Samsung Galaxy S4.
The device comes out of the box with a stock Android “Jelly Bean” 4.2.2, which will attract some users, but the sleek design and many color options is definitely the strongest selling point of Moto X. If you’re looking for a smartphone that is not too expensive, and want to enjoy the stock Android experience than you can’t go wrong with Motorola’s new smartphone!