Finally, the Moto X from Motorola beat the likes of the LG G2 and T-Mobile's lineup of Windows Phone 8 phones. The Sony Xperia X1s, T-Mobile's new flagship, is too new to qualify though it's possible that it could make this list come February.
The Moto X combines smart software, quick software updates, solid hardware including a good camera, a fully customizable design, and more. It's as unique of a smartphone that you'll find and it's a device that should only get better thanks to Motorola's new commitment to software.
T-Mobile's Lumia's are solid, and so is the LG G2, but we feel like the Moto X and the other devices mentioned here are better, all-around devices.
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