At least the logo doesn't look that bad on black. I really want to see a detailed review considering no company has as bright AMOLEDs as Samsung though that becomes secondary if you have ample sunlight legibility. The only thing missing from this phone is a fingerprint scanner, the rest is as great as it goes. Verizon exclusivity aside this seems like an appropriately priced flagship DROID.
1. Durability: check
2. Customization: check.
3. Specs: check.
4. Battery life + Wireless charging + turbo charging: check.
5. Expansion (MicroSD): check
6. Cameras: check.
7. Screen pixel density + contrast: check.
8. Stereo speakers: check.
9. Software experience: check.
I think Motorola really nailed it this year with it's entire portfolio of devices following the same design language and ideology when it comes to cellphones. I hope they refresh the design again with next year's Moto X and do well specced devices. Just that they make a larger portfolio based on the following price strategies: $100-$150 Moto E, $180-$220 Moto G, $250-$300 Moto X Play or whatever they name it, $400-$500 X Pure, $600-700 X Force. But in all markets. What they absolutely should do is give a $500-$700 compact beefed up monster compact phone. That would give them a chance to break some iPhone market in the US.
Another driod with bootloader locked.
AnonD-366029, 27 Oct 2015Is Motorola joined at the hip to Verizon? After all the noise about the Style/Pure freeing us ... moreCDMA versions?
Is Motorola joined at the hip to Verizon? After all the noise about the Style/Pure freeing us up from ISP slavery, why another Verizon exclusive?
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