I have the New Moto X - Ask Me Anything!

So we've got the Moto X in the house, the brand new Moto X. Which Motorola just made official. And we wanted to try something new with this device, in our review process, and that was to basically have an open thread for everyone to ask questions about the Moto X. Since you can't buy it for a few more weeks. So here's how this will work, drop down to the comments down below and ask anything you want to know about the Moto X. I will reply to you when I know the answer. So if I don't reply to you right away, don't think I haven't seen your question, it just might be something I haven't gotten to yet since I do have two other review devices from Motorola I'm working with right now. So the rule is, be patient.

Why are we doing this? Well we review devices like the Moto X just for you. Well not just you, but all of you that read our awesome site. And we want to be sure we get everything you want to know about the device into our review, or at least out in the open for you to read about and see, before making a decision about your next device. And remember, there's no such thing as a stupid question. While you or someone else may think its stupid, it probably isn't to someone else or even yourself. For example, we get asked all the time how to take a screenshot on a specific device. Well we already know this, so we think it's stupid to do this tutorial on each device. But the fact of the matter is those tutorial videos for how to take a screenshot are our most watched tutorials. So obviously people want to know.

Remember the Moto X features a 5.2-inch 1080p AMOLED Display, Snapdragon 801 processor, 2GB of RAM, 16GB/32GB of storage, 13MP camera on the back, with a 2MP front-facing camera, Android 4.4.4 KitKat and a 2300mAh battery inside.

With that said, let's get this Ask Me Anything going!

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