VIDEO: Hands-on with Google’s Moto X and the LG G2 Android smartphones
Friday, August 9, 2013/
In the past fortnight, both Google and LG have released their long-awaited flagship smartphones.
Late last week, Google unveiled the Moto X, with a key selling point being the ability to choose the back cover, a second colour for accented features (for example the edge of the camera) and the amount of memory it contains.
So how well does it work in practice? Here’s a hands-on video from The Verge.
The LG G2
Meanwhile, earlier this week LG announced its new LG G2 smartphone, implementing the clever design decision of putting the buttons on the back.
Here’s a hands-on look at the new device from Engadget:
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