Dan Seifert, The Verge:
But the new Moto X is a different animal. It has a 5.2-inch, 1080p AMOLED display thatâ€™s bigger than what the latest from HTC and Samsung offer. And itâ€™s a high quality screen: itâ€™s sharper, brighter, bigger, and just nicer to look at than the previous model. It has tremendous viewing angles, punchy colors, and can be seen in bright sunlight without issue. Itâ€™s everything the display on a flagship smartphone in 2014 should be.
Not everything. Everything would include 2560×1440 pixels.
The new 13-megapixel camera is an improvement over last yearâ€™s 10-megapixel model, but itâ€™s not as dramatically better as the new screen and processor are. From what I can tell, itâ€™s a similar sensor to whatâ€™s in a lot of Android smartphones, and itâ€™s not as good as the best from Samsung, Apple, or Nokia.
The best from Apple will be even better tomorrow. Pass.