Motorola's latest Moto X packs a larger 5.7-inch display, a 21-megapixel camera and can be tailored uniquely to you.
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CNET breaks down the differences between Motorola's new line of Moto smartphones, which include the Moto G, the Moto X Play and the Moto X Pure Edition (also known as the X Style).
It's got a big display and improved cameras, and the $399 phone, called the Pure Edition in the US and Style elsewhere, will work on any carrier out of the box. We take a look in NYC.