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Sep 5, 2014, 10:26 AM
As I type this from my original moto x I'm saddened to learn Motorola sold out to "bigger".

On the plus side I am glad that they give the option to be done with that annoying " OK Google Now" phrase....I have not used that great voice control feature because of that.

Not sure what the complaint was with the original camera but I thought it was great. I think the twist to activate feature could have activated more quickly but the pics were good.

And to say the original X felt cheap doesn't make sense...I chose it over the LG and Galaxy line because it felt more solid and quality built.

I'll still be getting the new X if it comes to Sprint
Rich Brome

Sep 5, 2014, 1:25 PM
I didn't think it felt cheap, but Motorola said that's some of the feedback they received from consumers.

Sep 5, 2014, 8:26 PM
The original camera was kind of lousy- it was super grainy and had really terrible white balance.

That said, the original X was a terrific phone (if sadly unreliable.)

Sep 8, 2014, 9:10 AM
I'm with you, Joel. Very disappointing that Motorola went with the ultra big size. Everyone's running to those bigger sizes, and although I understand that there is where they probably make the most profit, it's still a shame that Motorola should not distinct itself the way it used to be, like the Droid4 with a physical keyboard, the original Moto X with a smaller screen, and so on.

I am also disappointed that they can't get the camera right. Always behind the competition. Who needs 13 megapixel. Give me anytime a great 8 mp over the 13. Also, the screen is not the best still.

I am looking FWD for a new Droid Mini model, maybe that will fit the bill.

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