AnonD-324916, 31 Oct 2014Yes maybe because Samsung start learning from Motorola some tricks. Please ask Samsung why the... moreI don't agree with anybody about the non-removable battery. A removable battery has more advantages. Anyway the phone is a monster.
Anonymous, 31 Oct 2014for ur kind info, now motorola is a google companyNope... you are very mistaken... Motorola Mobility used to be a Google company... now it's owned by lenovo...
Anonymous, 31 Oct 2014actually lenovo bought motorolla thats why it actually made something good for ur kind info, now motorola is a google company
Anonymous, 31 Oct 2014actually lenovo bought motorolla thats why it actually made something good Actually this was the product of the collaborative efforts of the Googleplex ( MOTO & Google ) Beforehand. Google had to first ( as they have stated as far as 18 months past ) clear out MOTO's "old" inventory. Its a natter if public record.
Plus Google wouldn't want to compete (unfairly?) with it's own Android "Partners". That'd be a bad business model. As per Google's explanation.
Ps. No partners have contradicted them. To the contrary.
actually lenovo bought motorolla thats why it actually made something good
Nexus6Owner, 31 Oct 2014It's way better than having your cheap shizz micro sd cards getting corrupted for no reason. B... moreSure. And if it needs to be repaired just let the repair guys have all your private photos and videos instead of taking the card out first. And it's not exactly "days" of videos either, you never downloaded a movie or recorded a video in HD? Had to travel? Had to store offline maps because of roaming data charges? There's a lot of examples where an additional memory is a nice option to have. Also, do you only keep as much stuff in your phone as your battery allows you to watch? Don't you have a charger? What kind of an argument was that? :-)
Mobilemaster, 31 Oct 2014Why non-removable battery?Yes maybe because Samsung start learning from Motorola some tricks. Please ask Samsung why the make the Galaxy A5 and A3 with no removable battery?
Things are changing Motorola camera beating iPhone 6 plus so what about the Galaxy Note 4?
I have the LG G2 and it's 140g and I feel like I don't wanna buy something heavier than this so I'm wondering isn't this phone kinda heavy?!
Anonymous, 31 Oct 2014We don't want to lose all of our data when the phone resets, so what's the point in getting al... moreIt's way better than having your cheap shizz micro sd cards getting corrupted for no reason. BTW data corruption on the phone memory is something that almost never happens. 32-64 gigs is way enough for just about any android device, unless you plan on storing days and days worth of videos, movies, TV shows and stuff like that, which even if you wanted to isn't something practical because smartphones and tablets don't really have that kind of a battery life to keep you entertained to begin with.
Nexus 6 taking already good quality pictures so what about the Droid Turbo?
NikiDroid, 31 Oct 2014Are you sure? It is Verizon. Motorola RAZR MAXX HD, RAZR M, DROID Ultra, DROID Mini, Moto X, t... moreThis situation is going to change soon, with Lenovo acquiring Motorola the will allow the phone to be sell internationally.
Does anybody know if this phone will be available in Australia and how much in Australian dollars it will be?