By now you’re probably aware of the Moto X range and what it means for the Moto Z line.
For those who haven’t, the MotoX range is a premium phone that’s not the same as the Moto G range.
That’s because the MotoZ range is built for those who need to go bigger and the Moto Max range is designed for those looking for a more affordable handset.
That means we’ve gone ahead and ranked the Moto devices from best to worst, and while we’re still looking at the phones from last year, we’re also including the Moto phones of this year.
We’re a year late to the party and, for the sake of brevity, we’ve put the top four phones up front.
So, without further ado, here are the top five smartphones in terms of design and build quality from the Moto range.
You can see what the Moto’s all about here.
But before we get into the rankings, a word on the Moto line, which is now the Moto Group, and the reason why the Moto brand has so much appeal.
Moto X is built on top of a Snapdragon 820 processor, which gives it the same processing power as the new Snapdragon 820-powered Moto G and Moto G Plus.
It’s also the first phone to include a 13MP camera with an f/1.7 aperture.
However, unlike the Moto GP, the phone has a smaller 5.5mm headphone jack.
There’s also a microSD slot, which can be expanded to 256GB.
The Moto X also comes in two variants – the XT and the XE.
The XT is the phone with the larger display, and is also available with a 6.1-inch display, a 4G LTE network, and 4G connectivity (including Wi-Fi).
The XE is the flagship phone with a 4.7-inch screen, a 2,700mAh battery, and a Snapdragon 835 processor.