In Pictures: 10 best alternatives to the iPhone 5S

Just in case you were underwhelmed by the new Apple smartphones.

Motorola Moto X The pattern changes a little on this one – The Moto X isn’t quite the power-packed uber-flagship the other entries on this list are. It is, however, partially customizeable, ergonomically designed and comes packed with impressively well-integrated gesture and voice commands and automated features.

AVAILABILITY: $200 on Verizon and AT&T, $100 on Sprint (only for new customers). Please note, AT&T’s currently the only one with full customization options.

WHY IT’S BETTER: If you like all the automation and voice/gesture control functionality, you really can’t look beyond the Moto X. Or if you want a distinctive-looking backplate.

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