Got more detailed questions about the newest Motorola flagship? Check out Pocketnow’s full Moto X Pure Edition review here: http://pocketnow.com/2015/09/18/motorola-moto-x-pure-edition-review
Back in 2013, the original Moto X was a breath of fresh air to a smartphone community already growing fatigued of phablet disease. It was a smaller, humbler phone that focused on usability, not bragability: a smartphone to restore sanity.
The sanity was short-lived. Last year’s sequel to the original Moto X upped the build quality and processor specs, and also significantly expanded the phone’s size. It was still a fantastic device, but in inflating itself to appeal to a mainstream audience, it lost some of the whimsy that had made its predecessor so compelling.
Flash forward to 2015 … and it seems the newly “Lenovo-fied” Motorola has no intention of returning to a niche audience. The Moto X Pure Edition (or Moto X Style if you live outside the US) is a 5.7-inch, Quad-HD monster of…