News by Andrew Kameka on Thursday August 01, 2013.
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Should you get a Moto X or an
I'll be back in due time with a full review comparing the Moto X and HTC One at a later date, but one thing struck me about the two phones: they have the same screen size but the Moto X is noticeably smaller. Motorola made a big deal about building a phone that is compact but still has a large display. The efforts were proven successful when looking at the Moto X next to an HTC One. Both phones have 4.7-inch screens despite what your eyes may think when the phones are side-by-side. The HTC One's dimensions are 137.4x 68.2mm (5.41 x 2.69 x 0.37in) and The Moto X is 129.3 x 65.3mm (5.09 x 2.57in). That doesn't seem like much on paper, but it's definitely noticeable. The X manages to deliver the big display without becoming a big phone. The differences become less noticeable in its favor when discussing dimension. At its thickest point, the Moto X is 10.4mm (0.41), and 5.6mm (0.22in) at it's thinnest. The HTC One has a more elegant curve that is 9.3mm (0.37in).
Until we get to the proper comparison between the HTC One and Moto X finished, take a look at this hands-on video showcasing the two next to each other. A spec showdown is also available below.
|Moto X||HTC One|
|Screen||4.7-inch 720p||4.7-inch 1080p HD|
|Pixels Per inch||316 ppi||468 ppi|
|Processor||1.7 GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4P
(2) additional low-power cores in custom X8 structure
|1.7 GHZ quad-core Snapdragon 600|
|Storage||16 internal (32GB upgrade on AT&T)||32GB internal (64GB upgrade)|
|Dimensions||129.3 x 65.3 x 10.4mm||137.4 x 68.2 x 9.3mm|
|Software||Android 4.2.2||Android 4.1 (4.2 coming soon)|
|Camera (back)||10 megapixel (Clearpixel enhancement)||4 megapixel (Ultrapixel enhancement)|
|Camera (front)||2 megapixel, 1080p HD recording||2.1 megapixel, 88-degree wide angle lens|
|Battery||2,200 mAh||2,300 mAh|
|Talk Time promised||13 hours||18 hours|
|Killer features||Heavy involvement of voice, gestures, and sensors||BeatsAudio with BoomSound front-facing speakers|
Andrew is MobileBurn.com's managing editor. He is based in Miami, Florida.