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Review: Motorola Moto X for Verizon

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Nov 18, 2013, 12:04 AM
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Speaker phone

How is the volume and clarity when using the speaker phone? Is it a true full duplex speaker phone?
Speaker phone is terrible on the X. At full volume it is muffly and crackly and it's still terribly quiet. It's the worst feature of this phone.
But it is full duplex

Nov 12, 2013, 1:01 PM
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Creating email groups?

Can u create group emails, and is there a limit as to how many names (contacts) you can put in a group?

Oct 4, 2013, 9:25 AM

Better than Maxx?

"The Moto X is a better pick for Verizon customers than the newest Droids."

I'd like to know how exactly (other than being a bit cheaper) this phone is a better pick in any way than the new Droid Maxx...
https://www.phonescoop.com/articles/discuss.php?fm=m ... »

The same minus the battery life. The DROID MAXX's battery life ifs only second to the previous RAZR MAXX HD, then it is followed by the older RAZR MAXX then the Samsung Galaxy...

Oct 4, 2013, 6:10 AM


Why make a bold statement at the beginning of the article that it's a better pick than the new Droids and not even bring up how you came to the conclusion?
- The hardware feels better in hand. (No glossy/slippery plastics)
- The phone is smaller, though, equally capable.
- Has sightly better battery life.
- Less bloat-ware out of the box.
- Being a purely Motorola (hence google) phone means that it m...
Poison Ivy

Oct 3, 2013, 4:10 PM

Sounds Familiar

Eric Z. wrote:
"These three features may sound like minor upgrades or tweaks, but they have a profound impact on how people will use the Moto X on a day-to-day basis. "

"All three of these competitors (ONE, S4, 5S) have better hardware specs, and perhaps some superior individual features here and there. What does the Motorola Moto X have that they don't? A personality."

To me, this story is similar to v.games competition between the Wii, PS3 and Xbox 360 gen.
While Sony and Microsoft where focusing on game graphics, it was Nintendo who re-wrote the way users interact with their videogames. Now, that technology has been implemented in the competitiors gaming platforms, while Nintendo is still behind in graphics.
I think the same will...

Aug 5, 2013, 4:18 PM
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Notification LED?!

Hey, does anyone have any idea if this phone has a typical notification LED or any light like that besides the 'active notifications' that appear on the screen itself (like NoLED)?!
No, it has Active Display instead, which works pretty well.
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