I recently placed the Moto X in the number 7 position of my top 10 smartphones for the summer of 2013 and after using it for the last three days I think my selection remains valid. Jason pointed out four fatal flaws with price being one of the major ones I agree with. This AT&T version doesn’t have much bloatware so that is good news.
As a US military veteran and patriotic person, I am pleased to see the Moto X being assembled in the US and that aspect actually has an impact on my purchase decision. At this time, I am more than happy with my HTC One and Nokia Lumia 1020. If the price drops when T-Mobile launches the device and Moto Maker service then I may reconsider picking one up.
I will continue to test out this eval unit for a couple more weeks to evaluate the Google Now voice control, camera, Motorola Assist, and other aspects in more depth.