New Delhi: Samsung's recently launched Galaxy S5 smartphone keeps Samsung's legacy of high-end Samsung smartphones strong and has bloated the new device with lots of novelty features. An improvement in build quality, a built- in fingerprint sensor, a 5.1-inch screen, an improved camera and a super-fast quad-core Snapdragon 801 processor, pushes the boundaries of what you think a smartphone can do but in a refined manner. All in all, it's a solid update from the Galaxy S4.
On the other hand, Moto X is a superbly compact and well designed smartphone that offers advanced voice controls, quick-launch camera and highly customizable design, giving users an overall satisfying Android experience. Though the device's 10-MP camera is sharp enough to get the job done, it's still overshadowed by the cameras offered on higher-end devices. Also, the Moto X may lack a 1080p screen, but its rich and bright AMOLED display rendered more captivating colors than some big names in this category. On the processing front too, Moto X still manages to outperform allegedly faster phones, in everyday use.
Take a look at how these two phones stack up against each other: