"I've been testing the Moto X, which starts at $200, for nearly a week, and I like it. In my tests, it performed as advertised, and showed strong battery life.
But I wouldn't call the Moto X a game-changer, like the original iPhone was in 2007. That's because, today, voice input on all phones, including this one, is still limited and sometimes frustrating, and saving a step or a second for just a couple of functions isn't earthshaking.
Also, Motorola has diluted the impact of the Moto X by quietly launching three new models under the old Droid brand—sold only at Verizon—that have all the same new features, except customization. And one of these Droids sells for half the price of the Moto X, albeit with a somewhat smaller screen."Moto X, Motorola Mobility's New Smartphone, Offers Customized Colors and More - WSJ.com