mike, 21 Nov 2013Moto X is made in USA. Moto G is made in USA too, or is a Chinese smartphone?Don't know about China, but Moto G is definitely not "Made in USA".
Here is one major reason to maybe not get the Moto X:
I've noticed numerous demo units, and some not very old and with no signs of abuse, suffering from 'AMOLED screen burn-in.'
To observe this:
Open a program allowing a completely solid white or light colored background; look at the areas between the on-screen menu buttons and below the top menu: this area will appear to have a discolored eggshell cast instead of white; the correct white color will be where the menus were. This is happening because the phone constantly lights the center while the menu areas remain black. This discoloration becomes progressively worse over the lifetime of the screen.
I had several Galaxy Note IIs suffer this issue. Note: There is no fix and Pixel Burn-In programs do not remedy this issue!
what is exactly the available internal memory of the device in 16 Gb model??
Moto X is made in USA. Moto G is made in USA too, or is a Chinese smartphone?
Anne, 18 Nov 2013Much less user friendly than my old Samsung. No camera zoom (that I could find), no recorder (... moreHey Anne, it's actually really easy to zoom/unzoom while using the camera: you just have to slide your finger upwards/downwards on the screen, you'll have up to 4X zoom... To record video, you can simply touch the video icon while using the camera... If you want to record only sound, well I haven't found a pre-installed recording app but you can always download anything from the play store. Same goes with the calendar, you can download any calendar app from the store and use it instead of the pre-installed one... I really like this phone, it's easy to use and it has a lot of features that my last phone didn't. The only problem I have found is that the Google Now voice command detector has a hard time identifying the first phrase if there is a bit of noise (i.e. Music while in the car)
The specifications says TV-out via MHL. Anybody knows where I can find a compatible Hdmi adapter for Moto X?
Much less user friendly than my old Samsung. No camera zoom (that I could find), no recorder (that I could find). Hate the calendar. Can't wait until my contract is up so I can get rid of it.
will this phone available in south asia ? To be excat in sri lanka, And will they deliver it worldwide if you order it through motorola.com with your custom design ? I own a xoom tab for more than 2 years and impressed with its performance and thinking of buying moto x . .
Why is anyone calling the phone crap? That's hardly useful feedback. If you post an opinion, then explain it. What don't you like? What doesn't work? What doesn't live up to its advance advertising? I've had this phone for 2 weeks and so far everything is working well and as advertised. Do I wish it had an SD card slot? Yes. Otherwise, it is an excellent product. Touchless Control is working flawlessly. The Moto Migrate was so easy to do it's almost scary good. Phone has a sleek profile, feels good in the hand, more comfortable than my Droid RAZR M which was also an excellent phone by the way.
Bring the price down same as the nexus 5 for 350$ and ill surely going to buy this phone.
Tv out? Wrong information, Moto X can´t (tv out omly with miracast) MHL don´t work
it is crap so crap that you might throw it in the toilet actually don't do that it was just a suggestion. if you really hate it go away