The Moto X has taken the last spot here, defeating the LG G2, Galaxy Note 3 and AT&T's stable of Windows 8 devices. And here's why. It combines smart software, quick software updates, solid hardware including a good camera, a fully customizable design, and more.
It's the best Motorola smartphone in years and its own that only stands to get better thanks to Motorola's steadfast software support. It's unlikely to be replaced until later on this year.