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maxymax's review of the Motorola Moto X (regional CDMA, 1st gen.)

original version, submitted Sep 13, 2013, 10:47 PM:

iPhone Clone

Want an iPhone but still want the Android OS? This is your phone. I guess they say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery and if you can't beat them, join them. This does just that. It is about the same size as an iPhone, has a non-removable battery like an iPhone and you can't add a memory card for expanded memory-just like an iPhone. As a bonus, they designed it to use a nano Simm card-just like an iPhone. It only has a 10MP camera which is considerably lower than other flagship Androids. Another bonus is it has an always on mic to wait and listen for your commands. Of course NSA can also listen to your commands (conversations with others in a room) with it too. All and all this phone is a big disappointment. After all this time of waiting for Motorola's top of the line phone, they produce this mid-range phone and then hype it up like it's comparable to a Galaxy SIV. I can't believe after all the hype about Google and Motorola's first collaboration together they actually produced this hunk of junk. Don't bother buying it. It doesn't live up to expectations.

edited Sep 13, 2013, 10:50 PM to the current version:

iPhone Clone

Want an iPhone but still want the Android OS? This is your phone. I guess they say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery and if you can't beat them, join them. This does just that. It is about the same size as an iPhone, has a non-removable battery like an iPhone and you can't add a memory card for expanded memory-just like an iPhone. As a bonus, they designed it to use a nano Simm card-just like an iPhone. It only has a 10MP camera which is considerably lower than other flagship Androids. Another bonus is it has an always on mic to wait and listen for your commands. Of course NSA can also listen to your commands (conversations with others in a room) with it too. All and all this phone is a big disappointment. After all this time of waiting for Motorola's top of the line phone, they produce this mid-range phone and then hype it up like it's comparable to a Galaxy SIV. I can't believe after all the hype about Google and Motorola's first collaboration together they actually produced this hunk of junk. Don't bother buying it. It takes the worst aspects of Apple's iPhone and apply it to their phone.

 

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