The Moto X is one of a select few smartphones to be released by Motorola during its brief tenure as a Google company.
As a result the Moto X features a close to untouched version of Google's latest Android 4.4 KitKat operating system (OS). This is a definite selling point as the untouched skin means the Moto X should be able to receive updates for new Android versions faster than competing smartphones, which generally run customised versions of Google's mobile OS.
However, the Moto X's ability to shine is hampered by its delayed arrival in the UK. Motorola originally released the Moto X in the US in August 2013, but it only arrived in the UK in February. This could lead buyers to justifiably question whether the smartphone is worth its hefty £380 starting price.
For an in-depth look at the Motorola Moto X, check out V3's full written review.