At long last, Google subsidiary Motorola has unveiled the Moto X, a smartphone that's been rumored for over a year. Motorola is bucking the trend among most rival OEMs of waging a spec war -- the Moto X's spec sheet is as mid-range as it gets. Instead, the company is focusing on the user experience, which is precisely what rival Apple has always done.
In the following video, Fool contributor Evan Niu, CFA, and Eric Bleeker, CFA, discuss Googorola's Apple-esque strategy with the Moto X.
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