kodfish1985, 02 Oct 2014Im glad some1 said that.i have the first gen moto g and the battery is the best i have had in ... moreYou are welcome. Thanks for appreciating that. I think Motorola missed the opportunity to really make this device succeed by not putting a bigger battery in it.
Anonymous, 02 Oct 2014The phone is beautiful, sexy like no other. I do not mind if the battery life is a little sho... moreYou are right, but I will stand by my Moto G 4G LTE. I am on the go all day and need a device that will make it the whole day as I work in the field and don't always have access to a place to charge. Battery life and good reception are the two big factors for me. The coolest device in the world is just a pretty paperweight if it can't hold a charge long.
Oh and I forgot, I really enjoy a bright screen.
Always crank up the brightness to 100%. I don't care if it draws more battery current.
This phone does not glow brightly like the competition unfortunately.
The phone is beautiful, sexy like no other.
I do not mind if the battery life is a little short, just charge it during the day provided you're near an outlet.
The cons are:
1) No memory card option
2) The back is not really user replaceable. And you know you'll bang it up, or get the leather wet, or scratch it. And you will not really be able to replace it.
3) The battery is not swapable.
4) There's no notification LED. I always liked that with my Samsung knowing if someone called or texted just by looking at the dormant phone.
Thullraven, 02 Oct 2014Awesome device, if the battery was bigger. Sticking with my Moto G 4G LTE, which has a much be... moreIm glad some1 said that.i have the first gen moto g and the battery is the best i have had in any phone.thank u
Awesome device, if the battery was bigger. Sticking with my Moto G 4G LTE, which has a much better battery life.
please, where is the display specs??? color rendering, brightness, contrast ratio??? how can i compare this "function" if it's not published here? motorola moto x it's so bad like i think?
Ad008, 01 Oct 2014So should i go for this or wait for the Nexus 6 ? any clue ?xiaomi mi3 is best option in just 13999rs
Anonymous, 27 Sep 2014Buy the htc desire 820 instead of this moto x2....somewhere you are totally misunderstood or misled by someone otherwise u'd have never said that. HTC desire 820 is huge phone with almost same screen size. Not at all handy. moto x is way too small in size, without any compromise in screen size. And pixel density of 820 is not even comparable (267 ppi) with moto x which has far more. (above 420 ppi). How you guys compare handsets, i can't understand.
sachin N., 01 Oct 2014Can we use Voice command without net in mnto x plz tel me..Net will be required if u r looking for something on the net using voice command....for normal functions y would u need internet???
thallorfall, 26 Sep 2014Isn't Stating that the Moto x 2013 was dual core a reiteration of me saying it had two CPU cor... moreno need to quarrel over cores because most of the guys who have a bit of idea about gadgets know that apple also made dual core phones which were blazing fast and the older version of moto x gave similar experience. It is still one of the smoothest devices out there.
Buyer, 30 Sep 2014Ok guys according to you which one is better moto x 2013 or 2014 just remove the processor spe... morei liked the older one more because of its very compact design yet a very large screen with small bezels. I still think that I love the older dimensions however there are improvements but in daily use you barely notice those differences in processing speed and all. In fact I am satisfied with moto g but if one asks me I'll choose the older moto x. because that was a perfect fit for some people.(of course i am one of them).