When Google announced the Moto X in May, it said it was making its flagship phone “the world’s most versatile Android smartphone”.
The phone, which launched with a 4.7-inch 1080p display and a 1,920×1,080 resolution, is also the world’s thinnest.
It comes in four colours – black, white, gold and rose gold – with a metal frame and a glass back.
In its latest launch, Motorola has released the Moto G5, which has a slightly curved display, a fingerprint scanner, and a new, smaller battery.
But the phone isn’t all about the screen and battery.
In the US, the Moto M is the first phone to be made entirely out of plastic, and its new dual-camera sensor is among the best in the world.
Motorola’s new phone will come in two colours – silver and pink – with black and white accents.
The Moto X is also Motorola’s first phone with an NFC chip, which it says will “bring the next level of convenience and convenience to your everyday life”.
“We’re making the best smartphone ever,” Moto Chief Executive Officer Dennis Woodside told The Wall Street Journal in a statement.
“We’ve designed the Moto XT with the user in mind, so you can always get up and running with the latest features and features, with the power of Google’s ecosystem.”
The phone is a “pure Google experience” that includes all the features that come with Android, Woodside added.
While the company says it’s not selling the Moto S, it has said it will “continue to support” the phone through “late 2019” with software updates.
The phone will also be available in China through a partnership with a Chinese handset manufacturer called Huawei, and it’s been confirmed that a limited edition Moto X will be available to buy in China from November 6.
There are no plans for an overseas release of the Moto Q, though.