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Motorola has lifted the lid on the Moto X Style, a massive Android mobile that's desperate to be your new favourite gadget. Click through to check out this fast-charging, big-screened mobile from every angle. But before you do, a note on that rather confusing name -- Motorola is calling this phone the Moto X Pure in the US (where you'll get it direct from Motorola and with universal banding), but it's called the Moto X Style elsewhere, hence the double-naming.

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To help it fit in your hand, the gigantic phone has a curved back and rounded edges. A mobile this massive won't be for everyone, however -- we recommend holding one for yourself before throwing down any cash.

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This is a 21-megapixel snapper with a wide-angle selfie lens, for fitting all your friends into the frame.

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The Moto X Style has a 5.7-inch display, with a 2,560x1,440 pixel resolution. That's very sharp indeed, and an upgrade from the current Moto X.

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It's running Android Lollipop, which isn't the very latest version of Android (that honour belongs to the recently-revealed Android M), but it's still very fresh software that grants you access to a wealth of apps and features.

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The back panel is highly customisable, using Motorola's own 'Moto Maker' online service. Options include a range of bright colours, wood and leather.

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Motorola says the Moto X has 50 percent more charge and 10 more hours of power than Samsung's Galaxy S6.

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More light, faster focusing and better colours are some of the touted camera features.

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In the US you can buy the Moto X Pure Edition, which has universal LTE banding.

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