AnonD-233880, 16 Feb 2014I bought an unlock one, and I regret it. Because this phone only has 4 language stock. Yet the... moreI'd say focus on using one language correctly before you start complaining about a lack of other languages to misuse.
Anonymous, 17 Feb 2014way way you are not stisfiy this mobiel i have give it but no
This is just for those who are planing to buy Moto X. I chose the walnut finish, With a custom signature at the back. I don't have that instinct to compare gpus and cpus and hallmarks and bench marks... all those so called engineers explaining all nonsense which i dont want to know, as long as i have the privilege to do my phone the way i like it ...and it doesn't heat... hang or restricted to one particular sync hub. it has a beautiful screen with a compact size. From my point there is one thing that is poorly engineered is the mic hole in the front screen Glass. that's why i say nothing is perfect in this world. just design yours and enjoy it it has very very clear on call audio the best that i have heard after so many years just like Nokia e 50 had.
Funny how the Moto X haters all point to specs as the reason not to buy one, or why it's overpriced. If you watch Moto X for Nexus 5 (for instance) comparison videos, you get a much fairer comparison. Lots of people who have access to any phone they want, including TWiT network's Leo Laporte, choose Moto X as their primary phone. People who have actually used both, and not just compared them on a spec sheet.
Anyway, as for this sale -- $329 should be considered the defacto MSRP at this point. They've been running sales and kicking in little sweeteners ever since the holiday shopping season. Even if it briefly goes back up to $399, they'll find reasons to have more sales throughout the year. St Patrick's Day, Tax Day, Mother's Day, Father's Day, etc. Heck, Mobile World Congress is right after this sale ends, they might even run a promotion in conjunction with that. The possibilities are endless.
AnonD-59657, 16 Feb 2014By judging the hardware spec, the unlocked phone should only worth $199. Undoubtedly, the M... moreDo u even know what u are talking about?I have a galaxy s4 and a moto x and trust me when i tell u this...the moto x performs brilliantly. Its faster than my s4 anyday...
By judging the hardware spec, the unlocked phone should only worth $199.
Undoubtedly, the Moto X is extremely overpriced-under performing smartphone in the history of mankind!
I bought an unlock one, and I regret it. Because this phone only has 4 language stock. Yet the Moto G and Nexus 5 has many more language.
NAGARAJ, 15 Feb 2014i am not satifaction this mobliLike a millon of us told people that already, if you dont know how to recognize a good advice and buy despite being warned you deserve to suffer with this weird phone.
After X went on sale in USA it was obvious that those who bough it regretted badly, but they didnt want to admit it, thats why they started to say good things about insignificant things and features, just to find SOMETHING positive to comfort themself in their remorse. I havent said it before but i say it again, Moto X will not be remembered in a good way.