LG G2 vs Motorola Moto X
To tell you the truth, neither device really impresses us with their call qualities – so they pretty much fall under the average category. As a whole, conversations are still carried out, but there are some distracting elements that cause us to tell our callers to repeat themselves. On the Moto X, voices tend to have a robotic tone with them, while the LG G2’s microphone causes voices to sound unclear at times.
It could be attributed to the power saving optimizations found with its newer Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor, and the fact that it’s packing along a sizable 3000 mAh battery too, but whatever it is, the LG G2 proves to give us the longer battery life. Whereas the Moto X’s 2200 mAh is capable of churning out a single day of normal usage, the LG G2 permits us roughly 1.5 days with the same usage.
When the dust settles, it’s almost hard not to talk about the specs superiority of the LG G2, especially when the two flagship devices start at $200 on-contract. For the money and all, there’s no denying you get the most bang for the buck with the LG G2 – it’s simply a specs beast, donning all the latest hardware gear to make the geek in us squeal with joy! Performance wise, it’s also more than capable of showing us why it’s one of the snappiest devices out right now.
Although it won’t impress people by looking at its specs sheet, the Moto X is still an Android smartphone to think about. First and foremost, the customizable aspect of its design is something that no other device offers – so it’s unique in that aspect. Secondly, the hardware in it isn’t the most intimating, but it’s not trying to be because it shows us that you don’t need the most cutting-edge hardware to run smoothly. And finally, it’s the kind of Android phone that’s simple to use and operate.
LG G2 vs Motorola Moto X - Call Quality, Battery and Conclusion