If you're shopping for a smartphone, this is the best time of year to do it. Not only do many of the best handsets launch around this time, but if you keep your eyes open, you can also find some sweet deals. Let Gizmag help with your decision, as we compare some of the best smartphones of 2015.
Motorola's flagship phone for 2015, the Moto X Style (called the Moto X Pure Edition in the U.S.) has an appealing set of specs, a stylish design and all the customization benefits of Moto Maker. In the cutthroat Android handset market, though, making a good phone isn't always good enough.
Can Motorola's latest flagship handset topple this year's supersized iPhone? We've compared the features and specs of the iPhone 6s Plus and Moto X Style (or Moto X Pure Edition in the US) to help you decide which one is best for your needs.
Back in 2013, the Galaxy Note 3 and Moto X were fighting in completely different weight (erm, size) classes. But after two years' worth of evolution, the Moto X has grown into a phablet that rivals the Note perhaps more than any other device. Let's see how Motorola's latest compares to the Galaxy Note 5.
Motorola's Moto X Style (or Pure Edition if you're in the US) follows the great bang for your buck trend that we've seen since the company was under Google ownership. Let's see how this year's flagship stands up to HTC's current flagship, the One M9.
With large, pixel-packed screened and high-end internals, both the Nexus 6 and Moto X Style (or Pure Edition for those in the US) are compelling devices. They're also both manufactured by Motorola, and even look pretty similar. Let's compare their specs and features.
Motorola and LG's 2015 flagships have a lot in common, packing the same processor, display resolution and more. The companies generally play to their respective strengths, with the G4 offering a great display and camera, with the Moto X Style (known as the Pure Edition in the US) standing as the cheaper and more customizable one.
This year, Motorola opted to launch two Moto X smartphones in the place of one. With a lower resolution display and not quite high-end internals, the Moto X Play is the lesser of the two, but how does it stand up against the company's budget wonder, the third generation Moto G?
Since its introduction in 2013, the Moto X line has provided a great balance between specs and price point, while offering a stock Android experience. The company has changed things up a little with the third iteration, with the new handset – known as the Moto X Style or Pure Edition depending on your region – taking a step into phablet territory. Read on as Gizmag compares Motorola's 2014 and 2015 flagship handsets.
Motorola's smartphones aren't nearly as popular as Samsung's, but for the last three years, the company has been delivering high-quality Moto X flagships that are among your best choices. Let's compare the new Moto X Style (Pure Edition in the U.S.) and Samsung Galaxy S6.