Anonymous, 28 Oct 2014I don't like physical keys. It is not a good idea to return to the touch buttons, after virtua... moreCapacitive buttons are one of the reasons I want this phone. Not everyone wants the same things you do, or that Google wants for that matter.
I don't like physical keys. It is not a good idea to return to the touch buttons, after virtual buttons.
Does it cook, do dishes and laundry? then i'll buy it:)
Everything else is not important.. :P
Oh my god! for those nexus6 fans that don't want it's 6" super large display, this ones totally for you. nice 21 MP camera. having no stereo speakers and android v4.4.2 (KitKat) is such a bummer though. But man! DROID Turbo is a beast.
Can this phone be lunch in the philippines..? i don't want to travel a thousand miles to get this phone. seems like the post yet for 2014....!
Abey, 28 Oct 2014sure you canIt seems to be verizon exclusive and also its not really mentioned anywhere that it will be available contract free. So how can you so confidently say, 'yes you can'??
No FM radio, oversized and with a stupidly high ppi that not even an eagle needs. Why do these stupid companies keep going for bigger, larger and more ludicrous spec phones? Nothing to see here folks, move along until the next ridiculously oversized phone with 1,000 ppi, 10GB of RAM and 20 core server class CPU is announced.
Sigh.......another fantastic Motorola device that's absolutely useless to me because storage is capped at a pathetic 32GB, with no SD card slot. It's the same of the Moto X 2014.
I had 32GB of storage back in 2010 with my poxy old iPhone 4. I currently have 32GB internal + 64GB external, and I'm not going backwards!