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Moto X Vs LG G5 Specs, Features & Price: Which Offers Better Value For Money?

Update Date: May 10, 2016 06:27 AM EDT
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Moto X and LG G5 have all brought in a new dimension in quality and style in their android flagships. With the recently leaked photos of the upcoming Moto X, can it offer a better value for your pocket against the specs and features of an already available LG G5?

The release of Moto X which was hinted for an August market is pointing towards a big overhaul appearance design. The newly resurfaced photos from The Verge, sees the Lenovo phone taking on a metal frame appearance similar to other high-end smartphones like HTC 10, iPhone 6s, and Samsung Galaxy 7.

It has been insinuated that "metal frames" are the basic essential for flagship devices starting this 2016.

Modular backplates are also a detected prerequisite in the leaked images as the huge rear-facing camera bump that is evident in the photos will level out the mentioned various backplates. The camera is designed to look like a "flat tire" which is adjacent to the Moto 360 smartwatch.

Another new feature is the magnetic pins which resemble a patch of small circles that functions to connect the Moto X with the "Amps" which is a direct counterpart to LG's "Friends."

However, Moto X offers more as it extends its spectrum to a possible six Amps for availability which spans from stereo speakers, an extended battery pack, and a camera grip with flash and optical zoom plus a pico projector.

Quite noticeable also is a rear speaker grill on the device, a feature which is something new for the Moto flagship.

What is really impressive with the now available LG G5 is that this flagship phone, when run with a streaming app for an hour at a preset level of luminance, will only drop at 8 percent.

The LG G5 as we all know lets us clip in a spare of batteries along with camera packs and speakers.

As of the moment, the available "Friends" accessories are the LG Cam Plus with camera grip and physical controls or better yet the LG Hi-Fi Plus with B&O Play powered by a Hi-Fi audio with DAC and the Bang & Olufsen seal of approval. 

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