In-hand: Moto X vs. Nexus 4 and Galaxy S4

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During the first week of August we looked at the specs before comparing the Moto X, Nexus 4 and Samsung Galaxy S4 but this wasn’t a hands-on video. It gave us a good idea of what we could expect from each device, but choosing between those four handsets was still a tough job because they were not put together side-by-side

So today, we have a couple of videos that compare the Moto X vs. Nexus 4 and Galaxy S4 after having the smartphones in hands, so this offers a much better understanding of each device, or so we hope.

Moto X vs. Google Nexus 4 – Now that the Moto X has been landing on more carriers in the US it is about time the handset was compared to a fan favorite, which as we know is still the Nexus 4, which has just seen a price drop making it even more popular.

In the first video they believe the Nexus 4 is considered the closet competitor to the Moto X, but can this really be true considering the Google and LG built smartphone is now just over 9 months old, although they are both similar in their design?

The video review of these two handsets below is very insightful, and there are a few shocks in store for you.

The Moto X has been given the hand-on treatment next to the Galaxy S4

The Moto X has been given the hand-on treatment next to the Galaxy S4

Moto X vs. Samsung Galaxy S4 – Having seen the video review above of what is said to be the closest competitor to the Moto X, the next video looks at what some of you would consider a one-sided battle, but we all know it is never about top-tier hardware because there are other factors to consider.

Okay, so we have already established the Moto X does not come with the same sort of specs as the Galaxy S4, which is a mark against it, but being able to customize Motorola’s new smartphone is a huge positive and helps to give it an edge over its rivals.

Watch both these comparison videos below to get a true sense of how the Moto X stands up against the Nexus 4 and the Galaxy S4.

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Moto X and Nexus 4 comparison