Motorola’s New Moto X goes up for pre-order tomorrow from AT&T. While exact pricing hasn’t been revealed for the on-contract New Moto X, the unlocked and bloatware free Moto X Pure Edition will be available for $499.99 outright. The New Moto X is a pretty sweet device, but it touts a spec sheet that reads like a flagship smartphone from 2013. In fact, the New Moto X’s specs are right on par with the LG G2. So why spend $500 or more when you can get a LG G2 for a fraction of the price? The G2 can be found used for as low as $200 from Swappa, and often comes up for sale on-contract as well. Sure, the New Moto X touts a few bells and whistles, and is a little smaller than the G2. But is it worth selling your soul for? Here’s how the LG G2 stacks up with the New Moto X:
As you can see, the LG G2 and the Moto X 2014 are almost identical devices. Unless you’re sold on Motorola’s custom software and customization options, the LG G2 is definitely worth considering. Check out our review of the LG G2 here.