Motorola Moto X vs HTC One
In our experience, neither smartphone outlasts the other in the battery life department. The HTC One might be packing the higher capacity 2300 mAh battery, in contrast to the 2200 mAh stacked battery of the Moto X, but the results end up the same – we get a solid one-day of normal usage out of the two. Power users will get through an 8-hour work shift with no concerns, but they’ll require some charges to last throughout the day.
They’re Android smartphones at heart, yet, they differ greatly inside and out. As much as the two focus on certain aspects, we’re always left to factor in pricing to the mix, which is $200 on-contract for the two. Knowing that, it would seem as though you get more bang for the buck with the HTC One and its beefier specs, premium design, and inclusion of an IR blaster. Some would overlook the Moto X at that point, but that shouldn’t be the case at all. Whereas the HTC One is all about being meticulous with its design, both in its physical form and software experience, the Moto X is more humble with its totality. It doesn’t try to win us over with its hardware, nor does it try to bombard us with a ton of new software features. Overall, the HTC One is best suited for those with a flair for physical aesthetics and supreme social networking integration – while the Moto X is best reserved for those who are down for simplicity with the Android experience.
Motorola Moto X vs HTC One - Call Quality, Battery and Conclusion