Anonymous, 09 May 2020All plastic will scratch and look battered after a few weeks of use. My mom had Galaxy Gran Prime VE.
My first smartphone was Galaxy Pocket.
I can tell for sure their plastics are much better than the plastic used by S3, S4 and S5. By far. My sister had white S3, the frame started to peel even with case on.
M1999, 09 May 2020At least a plastic back can allow you ti change your batterij (look at the removible back) and... moreWireless is a gimmick and few people use it. You can change the battery too if it's a metal back.
M1999, 09 May 2020At least a plastic back can allow you ti change your batterij (look at the removible back) and... morePlastic back does nothing to do with removable batteries. They glue plastic back covers too. It's their business to try to make you go to the official service doing that.
Hopefully, in Europe, they'll be forced to back to the removable batteries by law in the future. European commission want to let people rehuse their batteries in several phones with some standarization and also centralize the recycling process. And also encourage people to change less of phone allowing them to change their batteries easily.
Non-removable batteries is more a planned obsolescence by manufacturers. Because you can make the phone IP68 rating with removable batteries too.
They should've given the power edition a 720p display. Leave the 1080p game to more expensive cousins. People buy the moto's power range for stamina and motorola could've improved it furthur. This phone doesn't make any sense because the recent Samsung's M31 and M30s have 6000 mAh battery.
6ix, 08 May 2020I prefer aluminum but I don’t mind glass, plastic truest looks and feels cheap, though lighter... moreAt least a plastic back can allow you ti change your batterij (look at the removible back) and you can have wireless charging!
IpsDisplay, 08 May 2020I remember when people understood that plastic is a durable, light and practical material
W... moreDepends on the kind of plastic.
Because the one used by Samsung is the worst.
Not as poor as they used between 2010-2014, but still bad.
This phone has stronger CPU than flagships 2016, still some ppl here find a way to say it is slow and laggy.
I prefer aluminum but I don’t mind glass, plastic truest looks and feels cheap, though lighter and more durable, I’ve used plastic flagships, galaxy S4, S5 and S6 when the s6 came along there was a sudden premium feeling added ,it didn’t just work like a premium device, it looked and felt like one,I’ll never go back to plastic, but I’m okay between aluminum and glass IMO
KondriX, 08 May 2020I remember the times of Redmi Note 5, Meizu Pro5, Honor View 10 and LG V20, good times.. Now t... moreI remember when people understood that plastic is a durable, light and practical material
Well we traded the laws of physics and substitute it for reviewers brainwashing people saying plastic feels cheap and glass feels "premium"
All those durable Nokia phones back in the day all plastic... Smh
Anonymous, 08 May 2020Yucks, plastic frame and back. When can we have metal bodies back?I remember the times of Redmi Note 5, Meizu Pro5, Honor View 10 and LG V20, good times.. Now the glass is in trend :(
Plastic? That's strange. The official specification describes it as an "Body: 6000 series aluminum"
Anonymous, 08 May 2020Yucks, plastic frame and back. When can we have metal bodies back?No plastic back and 6,000 series aluminium frame. I had one of these for a day and returned it,horrible screen really washed out looking and abysmal cameras
Not tested on this 'clean' android:
No native SIP / VOIP support on any recent Moto devices including this one!
Support is incompetence to do anything.