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Motorola Moto X prices in Singapore

Long time phone maker Motorola's Moto X is the representing flagship smartphone. As with many flagship smartphones, the Moto X models have all packed superb specifications from its first model to the latest iterations such as the Moto X Play. An outstanding feature of the Moto X is also its software, which is pretty much just a pure Android experience. Read more below!

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Motorola Moto X Price by Country
Indonesia IDR 1,100,000
Malaysia MYR 1,399
Philippines PHP 5,600
Vietnam VND 4,499,000

About Motorola Moto X Singapore

A Handsome Smartphone

All Motorola Moto X smartphones sport a curved back casing and a sturdy aluminum body frame. This allows the smartphone to fit in the palm of your hands better, following the natural curve of our hands when holding it. In the United States, customers can utilize Motorola's Moto Maker software which allows for customization of the smartphone's looks such as the rear casing materials and trim colors.

Outside of that however, we are still greeted with a handsome smartphone that looks elegant and sleek no matter where you bring it. Small bezels on the front of the smartphone also helps to make the smartphone easy to use – even with a large display of 5.7 inches. Motorola Moto X is one of best-selling gadgets at iprice Singapore.

Speaking of Displays

Most Moto X smartphones have very beautiful Full HD (1080p resolution) displays that deliver rich visuals to you. The Moto X Pure, however, takes it up a notch with a gorgeous Quad HD (2k resolution) 5.7-inch display. It is incredibly stunning and all of your media such as movies, pictures, and games, all come to life with it. There is no sharper smartphone display out there than a Quad HD display.

Front Firing Speakers

Most smartphones out there have tinny little speakers that sit at the bottom of the phone – or worse, at the back. With Moto X smartphones however, you can enjoy sounds and music in its true intended direction: towards you! Flanking the gorgeous displays of Moto X smartphones are stereo front firing speakers that deliver rich audio towards you, your movies will be entirely more immersive and your music will sound much fuller in all aspects.

Natural Controls

All Moto X smartphones may run on a user interface that very closely resembles pure stock Android, but it also has Moto enhancements that come from Motorola themselves. Moto Display gives you easy to view notifications that can been seen at a glance – acting alike an ambient display of sorts. It does not drain power and is extremely convenient when you just want to have a glance of information.

Moto Actions on the other hand, uses very natural intuitive controls to access certain phone functions. Twisting your wrist with the unlocked phone in your hand and you will instantly open the camera. Want the flashlight? Chop downwards, twice. For an even more hands-free approach, Motorola has put in voice control into the Moto X: You can control your smartphone by asking for information or directions without even touching the display – and you can put in your own personalized phrase to activate it too! Get Motorola Moto X from iprice Singapore now!

Expert Reviews

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Reviewed on 2014-11-06
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Reviewed on 2014-11-03
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Reviewed on 2014-10-31
Vastly improved display and processor over its predecessor. Beautiful design. Wide variety of hardware customizations available. Solid voice command implementation. Stellar call quality. Clean, near-stock Android 4.4 UI. Low entry price.good Inconsistent camera performance. Carrier bloatware. No memory card slot. Battery isn't removablebad
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Reviewed on 2014-10-30
Gorgeous display, Seamless design, Voice controls make a great personal assistant, Excellent performance, Clean Android experiencegood Camera quality could be improvedbad
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Reviewed on 2014-10-28
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Reviewed on 2014-10-23
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Reviewed on 2014-10-21
Slick UI, Customisable design, Nifty assistant, Bright, sharp screengood Camera beaten by rivals, Battery life iffy, No memory card slotbad
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Reviewed on 2014-10-20
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Reviewed on 2014-10-16
Distinct design, Lovely display, Powerful specs, Latest Android, Motorola's customisationsgood Fixed memory, Camera can't match up to other flagshipsbad
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Reviewed on 2014-10-15
Swift SoC, Latest Android, Good ergonomics, Very good phone sound, Alwayson speech control, Can be personalized, Gesture control, Good screen, Wide frequency coverage, Stable performance even during loadgood Little available storage, Nonexpandable storage, Few accessories included, Uneven gaps, Screen could be brighter, Barely any accessories, No LTE Cat. 6bad
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Reviewed on 2014-10-15
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Reviewed on 2014-10-07
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Reviewed on 2014-10-07
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Reviewed on 2014-10-05
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Reviewed on 2014-09-29
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Reviewed on 2014-09-29
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Reviewed on 2014-09-26
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Reviewed on 2014-09-25
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Reviewed on 2014-09-22
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Reviewed on 2014-09-19
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Reviewed on 2014-09-19
Thin, light and comfortable for its class, attractive and customizable design with option for leather and wood materials, outstanding and spacious display, great performance, excellent speaker, fast and easytouse camera, clean and intuitive software, usef...good Less ergonomic than firstgen model, battery life could be better, inconsistent camera quality, no wireless chargingbad
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Reviewed on 2014-09-18
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Reviewed on 2014-09-18
AT&T's Motorola Moto X has a sharp 1080p screen, a swift quadcore processor, nifty software and gesture features, and customizable design options that'll fit anyone's style.good A minimalist camera, combined with no expandable memory, are the handset's only drawbacksbad
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Reviewed on 2014-09-17
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Reviewed on 2014-09-16
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Reviewed on 2014-09-16
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Reviewed on 2014-09-15
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Reviewed on 2014-09-15
Lightning fast performance, Smart software that doesn't deviate from stock Androidgood Lackluster camera performancebad
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Reviewed on 2014-09-12
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Reviewed on 2014-09-11
Runs nearstock Android, Motorola's additional features are smart and useful, Snappy performance, Thoughtful, comfortable design, Lots of customization optionsgood Cameras are average at best and frustrating at worst, Unremarkable battery life compared to rivals, Some carrier bloatwarebad
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Reviewed on 2014-09-11
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Reviewed on 2014-09-11
Enhanced Moto experiences Lack of microSD or more than 32GB storage, Rock solid design and inhand feel  , Excellent 13 megapixel camera  , Unique back options with wood and leather  , Beautiful 1080p display  , Pricing and availability, The new Moto X 16G...good Lack of microSD or more than 32GB storage,bad
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Reviewed on 2014-09-10
Sophisticated design with premium materials; Stunning 1080p display; Strong performance; Aggressively priced; Improved voice commands; Highly customizablegood Competing smartphones have better cameras; Battery life could be betterbad
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Reviewed on 2014-09-10
The Moto X, ah, such a fantastic little device. It's filled with so much good that its hard to find any fault with it. Perhaps a few owners of the X could argue about size, screen resolution, camera quality, and such forth but for a $350 device? We are ge...
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Reviewed on 2014-09-09
The Moto X was my favorite Android smartphone of 2013. A year later, and the landscape's changed. So too must the Moto X. For the second-generation model, which we'll refer to as the Moto X (2014) , Motorola decided to improve on the fronts that market tr...
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Reviewed on 2014-09-08
Vastly improved display and processor over its predecessor. Beautiful design. Wide variety of hardware customizations available. Solid voice command implementation. Stellar call quality. Clean, near-stock Android 4.4 UI. Will be upgradable immediately to...good Inconsistent camera performance. Tons of carrier bloatware. No memory card slot. Battery isn't removablebad
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Reviewed on 2014-09-08
Premium design and feel, Big, beautiful display, Fast, no compromise performancegood Camera still inconsistent, Battery life could be betterbad
The best Android smartphone ever madeJust over a year ago, Motorola introduced its new brand and identity and launched the Moto X, a different kind of smartphone than anything before it. It could be customized differently for each and every person that bo...
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Reviewed on 2014-09-08
After living with the Moto X for the past year , it's been hard not to wonder: What could Motorola do to meaningfully move the phone forward for its second generation?The first Moto X was by no means perfect , but boy, did it get a lot of things right. Mo...
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Reviewed on 2014-09-05
We liked the original Moto X, but the Android smartphone didn't have all that much going for it. Now, with Moto Maker available in the UK and some nice upgrades, the new Moto X is an altogether different proposition. Here's our hands-on review of the seco...
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Reviewed on 2014-09-05
About a year ago, I tried out a new smartphone from Motorola Mobility (which was then owned by Google) called the Moto X . Now in the process of moving to Lenovo, Motorola has just released the update to that phone -- which, despite all the rumors to the ...
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Reviewed on 2014-07-01
Stunning looks and materials customization options, colorful 1080p display, clean and fast Android, Moto voice and actions are useful.good Camera OK but not great, battery life just OK, no microSD card slotbad
Motorola keeps making me ask "why didn't anyone think of this before?" First there was the Moto 360, a round smartwatch. Yes, round just like everyday watches humans prefer. With the first and now second generation Moto X, they've given us swanky material...
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Processor frequency

2.5 GHz

Processor family

Qualcomm Snapdragon

Processor model


Processor architecture

ARM Cortex-A7

Processor cores



Display diagonal

13.2 cm (5.2")

Display resolution

1920 x 1080 pixels

Display type


Pixel density

423 ppi

Ports & interfaces

USB port
USB connector type


Headphone connectivity

3.5 mm

Weight & dimensions


144 g


7.24 cm


9.9 mm


14.1 cm


SIM card capability

Single SIM

2G standards


3G standards


4G standards


Wi-Fi standards

802.11a, 802.11ac, 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n

Bluetooth version

4.0 LE

2G bands (primary SIM)

850,900,1800,1900 MHz

3G bands supported

850,900,1900,2100 MHz

Near Field Communication (NFC)


Internal storage capacity

16 GB

Internal RAM

2048 MB

Compatible memory cards
USB mass storage


GPS (satellite)


Main camera resolution (numeric)

13 MP

Auto focus
Built-in flash
Second camera
Digital zoom


Video recording
Video recording modes

1080p, 720p

Maximum frame rate

30 fps

Flash type


Second camera resolution

2 MP


Battery capacity

2300 mAh


Form factor


Colour of product

Brown, White


Operating system installed


Operating system version


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No subscription

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