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Review: Motorola X for Sprint

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".... she has a good personality."


Oct 4, 2013, 4:39 PM
Eric, you really did not just say that...

Wow, that was bit of a back handed compliment there.

I am not a fan of Motorola, nor their line up of Android device that are consistently 8-12 months behind the curve. Come to think of it that "Curve" is about the only phone that they are ahead of.

Needless to say I wont be getting this device I have not had a good thing to say about moto since their "smart-looking" phone back in 2006 the Moto Q with Windows 5.0.. this phone was the 1st qwerty style smart device that was at the $99 with contract price point and was the beginning of the end for Palm and now Blackberry...

The UN-educated snapped this phone up due to the attractive price despite its overwhelming shortcomings compared to o...
Riot Jr.

Oct 4, 2013, 11:04 PM
Oh no, those were HTC's. Motorola DROIDs where just "X" Laughing

Oct 7, 2013, 10:21 AM
Everyone's opinions are valued, so I respectfully disagree that the UN-educated are snapping this phone up, the price currently is 199$ on contract so there are more spec heavy phones like the GS4 and the HTC One out there that offer faster specs compared to the X.. so there are plenty of choices.

However, with that being said you should try this phone in person because.. it's a fantastic smartphone. Motorola did a fantastic job in designing the phone, call quality is great and the UI is snappy (given that it's using a S4 chipset), and running an almost stock build of 4.2.2 is great. I hated the DROID Razr HD Maxx because the UI was laggy and didn't like the design one bit so it's refreshing to see Motorola doing something simple. I trad...

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