Motorola asks, “What’s in a name?”
In fact, it was the little things, including the incremental spec bump, that make “part deux” of the Moto X a winner. We still have Moto maker, but now with an added leather option. The Moto X is still unibody, but with an aluminum frame.
Moto Display (formerly Active Display) has been refined, and Moto Assist has been expanded, now able to provide text-to-speech. Moto Actions makes use of the new IR sensors on the face plate to enable use of gestures for certain features, even as simple as silencing a phone call or alarm.
When it comes to personalization, the Moto X leads the pack in ways the rest of the Android powered world does not. Moto Voice is a distinguishing factor in personalization. We can “name” our Moto X anything we choose, and that is where Motorola asks the poignant question, “What’s in a name?”
Put all those smart features together with a near stock Android experience, top-shelf hardware, and a pretty 1080p display, and it means that naming your device is quite a different take on new tech.