biggest mistake i ever made purchashing this phone. locked me out my password wouldn't wotk. every troubleshooting tactic suggested didnt work. Ended up having to do a factory reset and lost all my data. It comes with no adapters to hook it up to computer and no storage card to save anything. Never again will i waste money on a motorola phone. What happened it used to be the best brand. Back to Samsung i go
i like everything about the moto z except the fact the screen is crap it fell from my coffee table to the floor barely 2 and a half and the screen was shot no serious cracks or damage that you can see but the screen went black and no longer works
It's not the carousel, but the right edge what is blurry on Moto Z phones. You can notice it on ALL photos. It is probably due to bad quality lens.
Today I bought Motoz mobile. It is getting heat while charging? oh my god
Lenovo would've probably created a mesmerising device had they had the wherewithal to imbue it with more character.
ithehappy, 30 Jul 2016Read the review once more, and saw the samples again. I have to say, this is one of the worst ... moreWorst phone I have ever owned. Had to forward my business phone to a track phone to get better reception.
AnonD-566383, 31 Jul 2016Why? Why is it one of the worst phones to ever be released? Do you just hate Motorola or Lenov... moreWorst phone ever. I bought this phone for my business. It sounds like a walkie talkie. I can't understand a thing my clients are saying. It drops calls all the time. I was sitting in an open parking lot in the middle of my city And it said "no cellular service available. Do not buy this phone. It's a lemon.
Bummer on the battery. Battery mod to get an extra 60%? Lol
Your going to have to tote around a fanny pack for all your mods.
Wonderful phone. Best design. Good color black and gold. But, nothings perfect right?
Guys lookup allview x2 soul pro. It is 5.5 mm thin and still has and 3.5mm audio jack so take that lenomoto !
ithehappy, 02 Aug 2016Yeah yeah I hope we both will be alive for next 5 years, so then I will see. Of course you wil... more5 years? What do you think this is Amish fashions? Once the trend starts and USB headphones start appearing in numbers the phones will change with their next update.
I'll be right here to remind you.
AnonD-560664, 02 Aug 2016That's what they said about the floppy drive and endless other graveyard tech, genius. Also... moreYeah yeah I hope we both will be alive for next 5 years, so then I will see. Of course you will be hiding by then.
AnonD-237381, 02 Aug 2016Noise canceling earphones do have batteries, on the case of USB-C it is draining battery from ... moreGreat, you don't have a problem with it. I'm happy for you. But having a battery on/in your headphones is a clunky and awkward solution. USB C makes headphones more elegant and flexible.
It's called progress and innovation. Google it if you don't understand what it means.
AnonD-560664, 02 Aug 2016Wow, what a bunch of specious nonsense. You can get electrocuted through your phone and headph... moreNoise canceling earphones do have batteries, on the case of USB-C it is draining battery from the phone.
I don't need one of those, my noise isolation in-ear are perfectly fine for me.
AnonD-237381, 02 Aug 2016You clearly don't know what you're talking about, 3.5mm jack already have left/right balance a... moreWow, what a bunch of specious nonsense. You can get electrocuted through your phone and headphones with bad charger, someone in Australia recently did:
You'll be able to buy $10 USB C headphones as well. You can't control balance or other things from your analog headphones without phone hardware support. And tell me, how do you do noise cancelling without a battery on analog headphones? My point is that it opens up innovation with increased flexibility.
Again if you want to use your existing expensive headphones without an adaptor then don't buy a phone without a headphone jack, but for everyone else it's a better option to buy USB C becuase it's the future.
LOL at how offended people are by the idea of USB C headphone. You'd think they gave you cancer or something.
AnonD-560664, 02 Aug 2016If you want to charge and listen at the same time you use a USB hub. Pretty simple, huh?
Ag... moreYou clearly don't know what you're talking about, 3.5mm jack already have left/right balance and bass boost, that's done via software, audio output is analog, no matter if it's 3.5mm jack or USB-C, the difference is that on the USB-C the DAC is outside the phone.
Do you really think that I'll pay U$200 on a headphone with USB-C? I can't use it anywhere else, my desktop and my laptop have 3.5mm jack, my home-theater uses 3.5mm jack for connecting audio devices too, my guitar amplifier have 3.5mm audio output too for listening the guitar on the headphones.
You're funny, "use a USB hub" and risk myself die by being electrocuted by the charger? No, thanks, and BTW, who wants to connect a ENTIRE USB hub to their phone? I think no one does.
U$200 is what I paid for my phone (Redmi Note 3 Pro), paid almost U$300 for a KOSS I150, sorry but I don't want another one, I'm satisfied with the superb audio quality that I get from my in-ear KOSS earphones, that was so expensive, because I care a lot about audio quality, I have a collection of lossless audio on my PC and my phone, if you don't, I don't care about your clueless opinion, you don't even know how audio output works, this USB-C phone that you cited is still a analog headphone with a noise canceling unit, 3.5mm plug headphones already have that for ages!
ithehappy, 02 Aug 2016Yes, its evident that you can see the future really well. USB C headphones will never have ay ... moreThat's what they said about the floppy drive and endless other graveyard tech, genius.
Also, that fashion trend setter Apple is also getting rid of its analog port, it's guaranteed that many phone makers will follow. Moto is just a little ahead of the game here.