Pros: Awesome display. Touch screen is on point. Game response is remarkably fast and the 699.99 price point makes it super affordable. plus 120hz.
Cons: the estetics aren't cutting edge although the rgb glass back makes it look appeasing to the eye. the phone has some weight to it. it's really easy to slip out of hands if one is not careful again due to the glass back and all around shape of the phone.speakers are pretty accurate but when turned up fully they start to have a slight distortion nothing note worthy. the phone come with a dongle due to lack of a headphone jack. all in all I like it very much and would recommend.
Pros: Insane deal ($300) at the time.
Very fast processor and the screen refresh rate is excellent for everything.
Huge allotment of ram means I don't have to close programs.
I'm not a mobile gamer, but reading and scrolling on the device is so much nicer on 120hz.
The speakers are worth all the hype. I love watching video on my phone and I hate using earbuds while at home or in a private location.
The battery life at 50% brightness and 120hz is also fantastic. I easily go all day with several hours of on screen time.
Cons: Camera is lack luster. This was probably my second least important factor though. I do very little photography on my phone and the camera is more than adequate for what I do. Overall the camera is not bad, but if it's important that your phone have an excellent camera this is probably not what you should buy.
Design is terrible. Again this is very unimportant for me. I don't care that it's a literal box, as It's more important that it's a super fast internet device with great speakers and an elite screen.
It's very big. I don't have large hands, so without a tactile case it's very slippery and hard to hold.
Overall Review: Upgraded from Moto X Pure. What a change for the better.