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Moto X TechHive Staff Writer Florence Ion:

Deep in the sea of ginormous Android phones (the ones packed with apps you'll never actually use) is one that is exactly the right size and that delivers a nearly pure Android experience.

That phone is the Moto X, and it's the model that I'm most thankful for this year.

Its always-on listening features means it is my digital keeper, and I appreciate that it fits in my pants pocket as easily as in my bag. The ability to customize it to your liking is pretty neat, too.

I didn't think Motorola was capable, but this phone is a gadget to be thankful for.

Now if only other phone manufacturers would take the hint.

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