We are just a matter of weeks away from one of the biggest mobile events of the year, MWC. How many new devices we will see is unknown, but it would appear Samsung and HTC are two names we can expect to see new devices from.
It is getting even more difficult to come up with new technology and features that really appeal and capture the desire of many. Will the trend be better battery life, higher resolution displays or more software features or possibly a mix of all?
There has been a few changes in our list since last month, but not all that many. Read on to see what comes in where.
10. Motoroa Moto X (2nd Gen/2014 Edition)
Motorola have gone through a bit of an evolution in the last 18 months and this evolution has resulted in devices like the Moto X that just work.
A streamlined range does not offer that much choice but too much choice can be a bad thing. The Moto X 2014 is the basis on which the Nexus 6 is formed and that says something as to how good an option this makes the Moto X.
Smaller than the Nexus 6, the Moto X+1 as some refer to it as, still has a full HD 5.2 inch display, Android 4.4 and a snappy 2.5GHz quad core processor amongst other high end specs.
Moto Assist and Voice are software additions that are rated quite highly and the included Moto Migrate helps with that switching process.
If you wish to get the party started from the Moto X it may be short lived, the speaker just isn’t up to the job, but it is a small sacrifice for what else is on offer.