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Meet Motorola's Moto X
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JonN485
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JonN485,
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8/2/2013 | 3:14:37 PM
re: Meet Motorola's Moto X
No picture? Must not look that impressive.
JamesM089
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JamesM089,
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8/1/2013 | 9:01:38 PM
re: Meet Motorola's Moto X
WOW......May have to nickname this thing the SPY ON ME phone. It listens all the time. That is just creepy.....
Dillon Shepherd
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Dillon Shepherd,
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8/1/2013 | 8:06:38 PM
re: Meet Motorola's Moto X
$200-$250 ON contract
No SD card expansion
No Android 4.3
Launches in 1+ months
Customizabiity limited at launch
720p screen (really?)
Underpowered (admittedly mid-range) specs
Less than "revolutionary" battery life

This is the "game-changer" Google and Motorola promised?

No thanks.
JamesM089
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JamesM089,
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8/1/2013 | 8:01:10 PM
re: Meet Motorola's Moto X
If this dull article is real, and that is a big IF, then this is just another phone and not even a really good one at that. No expansion card and sealed battery? Going for the Apple of Androids? There better be more or this be a fail. It don't mention if the same phone can go from Verizon to Att or the other way. That might be a step forward. Other than that, Boring..........


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