xtroyx, 17 Dec 2015wish this phone is compatible with tmobile or att!!!! the battery is the king!!!!!! wow!!!It does work for T-Mobile
xtroyx, 17 Dec 2015wish this phone is compatible with tmobile or att!!!! the battery is the king!!!!!! wow!!!It is. I was using it for two weeks with international sim and at&t network. I going for Force now. The same phone, more LTE bands, sim free, unlockable bootloader...
xtroyx, 17 Dec 2015wish this phone is compatible with tmobile or att!!!! the battery is the king!!!!!! wow!!!See moto x force
wish this phone is compatible with tmobile or att!!!! the battery is the king!!!!!! wow!!!
Tony, 30 Nov 2015I got the phone last week from Verizon because I didn't want to wait for the 64g Note5. Well t... moreTalkback mode is a serious pain. It's designed for the vision impaired and completely changes the way then interface works. Basically every symptom you mentioned is intentional. The vibrations tell you when you are touching a button/link/touchable action on the screen. There was probably an annoying voice that kept telling you what you are touching. To navigate, you have to tap where you want to go once (for example, the settings icon) then double tap it once the voice tells you what it is. The screen doesn't scroll with just one finger, you have to cover the whole screen with your hand and then slide it in the direction you want to scroll. Using those methods, you should be able to navigate from the home screen into settings, accessibility and then turn off talkback. I'm writing this in the hopes of saving someone else the frustration of trying to figure out how to unbreak their phone. In my opinion, there should be at least 3 "are you sure?" screens of increasing urgency before you can turn talkback on. It would save those of use who trouble shoot phones for the general public a lot of headaches.
Anonymous, 15 Dec 2015There are no radio waves since 2008?No, new generations use only streaming over... well, radio waves. But they don't understand that :D
Frank, 10 Dec 2015Because we don't live in 2008 anymore. There are no radio waves since 2008?
tets, 09 Dec 2015No FM radio, why????Because we don't live in 2008 anymore.
C'mon gsmarena, why is taking you so long to test this device? Finally one vendor introduced something new, Apple would say revolutionary and you will test it immediately. But if is Moto, then you don't care.
Today I drop my phone with a gorilla glass 3 ,its glass display shattered into 3 pieces. Its really heart breaking.
Today many types of scratch protection glass are present ,but they all are useless as they dot provide shatter resistance.
Motorola has gone a right way with this technology,may be it inspire other manufacturers to put a similar step.
It is not going to be my next phone as it ugly with very large side bezels and also lack a fingerprint sensor.
But my next smartphone will definitely be with a shatterproof display may be turbo 3 or turbo 4 ,or with some other manufacturers with same technology.
frei_herr, 27 Nov 2015This is a flagship? Really?!?... No international dual mode coverage both in TDD-LTE and FDD-L... moreReally? That's your issue dude you cannot judge a phone by that alone who gives a s*** about that I want to know what the f*** happens when you blast out of a cannon sick and tired of dropping my phone and crack in the screen just get one that has international Mode Verizon told me there's several available that have international mode so I really don't know what you're bitching about
I got the phone last week from Verizon because I didn't want to wait for the 64g Note5. Well took it ho.email and all was fine until I accidentally turned on the talkback feature. Boom!!! Screen went ballistic, couldn't get into the phone, it started acting real jerry with vibration s all over the place (erratically), until I finally was able to force myself back into the settings menu and type out talk back