Motorola has struggled to find success with a phone since the original Razr, but that might change with the new Moto X. This $199 smartphone (for 16 GB - the 32 GB will be $249) is the company's latest creation.

The phone's gently rounded curves make it a stark contrast to the sharp Droid designs, and a textured finish is incredibly stylish. The two basic colors are, of course, white and black, but Motorola will offer the ability to personalize the Moto X further with custom patterns, colors, and engravings. And as a bonus, this phone is designed, engineered, and constructed in the United States (Texas, to be specific). So if you're a local-vore, this phone might be right up your alley!
So what are the specs of the Moto X? The screen is a 4.7-inch 720p (1,280 by 720 pixels) OLED screen; not quite as fancy as some of the top phones of the market, but odds are you won't notice a difference! The phone features an X8 Mobile Computing System, a 1.7GHz dual-core Qualcomm S4 Pro processor paired with quad-core Adreno 320 graphics. The phone does not run the newest version of Android Jelly Bean (Version 4.3) but instead runs runs Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean.