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Moto X Style Vs Nexus 5

by on August 3, 2015
 

After a long and tempting wait, renowned smartphone maker Motorola launched its latest range of Moto G and X devices. The budget oriented Moto G has been unveiled in two variants, while the high-end Moto X has also been announced in two amazing avatars- Moto X Play and Moto X Style.The newMoto X Play targets mid-range market with some really powerful features,while its elder sibling Moto X Style stands as the finest smartphone to take on the lights of Galaxy S6, OnePlus 2, and LG G4.The big brother Moto X stylecan be described as a perfect example of prolific craftsmanship, and offers some really good features to deliver smooth and glitch free performance right from the word go.

Some specs packed with Moto X style go complete in-line with Google’s popular Nexus 5 smartphone. Both phones promise incredible performance, and go head-to-head in some major departments. Check out our detailed comparison to know more about their major similarities and differences!

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Design and Build

The powerful Moto X Style and Nexus 5 flaunt an amazing look with beautiful and alluring design language.In front of Nexus 5, Motorola’s latest flagship looks bigger and stronger.It features a modified design, where the camera module has also gone lower, and ring shaped dual flash has also been replaced witha standard flash.The phone completely goes with its name and focuses more on Styling with Moto Maker offering a massive selection of finishes like, leather, silicone rubber, wood, and metallic frames.The look and feel of this phone is terribly impressive, and can surely take on the sleek, compact and generic design of smaller Nexus 5.

Display Quality

In terms of display capabilities, Moto X Style and LG Nexus 5 feature an incredible visual experience with their powerful and crisp capacitive touch screens. One on hand, Nexus 5 sports a 4.95-inch True HD IPS+ display, while on the other, the powerful Moto X Style flaunts a bigger and more powerful 5.7-inch quad-HD display. The pixel density and visual capabilities of Moto X Style are better than Nexus 5, but screen protection on both devices is the same Corning Gorilla Glass 3. Either way, multimedia experience on both smartphones will be a real treat.

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Hardware specifications

Moto X Style and Nexus 5 feature top-of-the line hardware to deliver extremely smooth, fast, and glitch free performance.One on hand, Nexus 5 powers up by a Quad-core Snapdragon 800 chip clocked at 2.3GHz, coupled with 2GB of RAM, while on the other, the latest Moto X Style featuresan improved Snapdragon 808 chip with 6 cores, coupled with 3 GB of RAM.Although Nexus 5 lacks 1 gig of RAM, but no matter which app or game you’re running, the powerful processing capabilities of both these devices will perfectly run without any trouble.

Software

On the software front, both Moto X Style and Nexus 5 run the latest iteration of Android with a very clean and generic interface. The powerful Moto X runs Android 5.1.1 straight out-of-the box, while the old Nexus 5 runs Android 4.4 KitKat out-of-the box, and is upgradable to 5.1.1 right away. Stock Android experience on both phones is really good, but Moto X Style packs an added advantage with some improved apps such as, Moto Migrate, Moto Assist, and Moto Display.

Camera Capabilities

In terms of camera capabilities, there is absolutely no question between Moto X Style and Nexus 5. The powerful Nexus 5 packs a decent 8-megapixel rear and 1.3-megapixel front-facing snapper, while the flagship beast Moto X style comes with a much powerful 21-megapixel rear and 5-megapixel front-facing shooter. The camera setup of this device is really good, and you can easily take prolific lowlight and daylight snaps with a rich set of filters and features.

Storage

Not only camera capabilities, Moto X Style also offers mammoth storage support to keep a rich collection of app and media files. The powerful Motorola smartphone comes in three storage variants with 16/32/64 GB memory, and offers expandability by up to 128 gigs via external microSD card. IT packs sufficient room for media and gaming lovers, and stands well ahead Nexus 5 shipping in 16GB and 32GB avatars with no expandability.

Connectivity

On the connectivity front, Moto X Style and Nexus 5 packs standard support, and go head to head with options like, 3G HSPA+, GPRS/EDGE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 4G LTE, NFC and microUSB 2.0. Both devices offer smooth browsing experience, and deliver lightning fast download and upload speeds just as per your needs.

Battery Performance

The battery backup of Nexus 5 and Moto X Style is also a major element of difference. On one hand, Nexus 5 packs a decent 2300mAh battery, and holds sufficient amount of charge throughout the day, while on the other, Moto X Style packs a bigger 3000mAh battery and serves very well for more than a day. It holds more amount of charge, and can comfortably cater all your needs on standard or power usage.

Price

In the Indian market, Moto X Style is expected to hit the shelves at a price around 35k, while the powerful Nexus 5 has been successfully rolling at a price around 21k. Both devices belong to different segments, and offer a perfect deal for power-users shopping for smooth and top-notch performance.

Final Verdict

Considering the entire package, Moto X Style looks way better and stronger than Google’s Nexus 5. It’s yet awaited in India, butlooks good enough to deliver top-notch performancewith minimal lags or glitches.In fact, not only Nexus 5, the powerful Motorola flagship can also take-on high-end players like, Samsung Galaxy S6, HTC One M9, iPhone 6, and LG G4. It offers best performance, and can certainly cater all your needs with appealing design and generic form factor. In a nutshell, it’s a great deal from Motorola, and will be one of the best smartphones of 2015.

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