This was a tough battle between the LG G2, a high quality phone that just arrived in the United States and the Moto X, Motorola's cheap flagship smartphone.
Ultimately, we feel like the Moto X is just a tad bit better than the LG G2 thanks to its always listening software and its near stock Android experience that is delivered across carriers. It will also soon come with a massive array of design customization options at carriers other than AT&T.
Like the other devices, the Moto X is cheap but it's far from a cheap smartphone. While it may not get the same amount of attention as the Galaxy series or the HTC One, this is a device that is arguably one of the best devices of the year.