bad reception, bad camera. loaded with google crap
1 October 2013
Summary: Was told this phone had best reception. NOT TRUE!
Pros: built well. good battery
Cons: gets terrible data reception. Google products shoved down your throat. Camera is terrible. non removable battery. After a phone exchange the battery now stinks so its either deal with it or send phone back AGAIN. No plain internet browser just google
Excerpt: Great phone. Built really well. Excellent signal reception. Really good build quality. Thin and light. Splash resistant. Camera is okay quality, as with the screen and battery life. OS was really buggy and slow but Jelly Bean update is way better. Internal storage is a chore.
Pros: Build quality, kevlar backing feels and looks cool, Gorilla Glass is just amazing, Reception just blows away any Samsung, HTC, etc, ColorBoost display looks really good, but still no excuse for low DPI, MicroSD Card slot, USB OTG support, Very lightly skinned UI. Leads to a smooth, fast and fluid...
Cons: Small internal memory, 4GB with about 2.2GB useable, No way to move apps to SD card, Terrible software updates, as with almost all Motorolas, Camera is a noisy, No NFC, No HDMI, Wierdly slow for an OMAP4430. Galaxy Nexus feels 3x faster and uses same processor., No removable battery
Excerpt: Bought this phone because of its great reception reputation. Couldnt even get 3g where I live and only got one bar with many dropped calls and dropped internet. Took it back for replacement phone just recently and cant get 4g with that phone either. Battery life if excellent. Camera is so so.
Pros: size, battery life, built well
Cons: terrible reception, 4g phone that only runs in 3g or less, not a good phone for texting
Excerpt: This phone is tough and reliable. It is not the most fashionable and when my employer handed these out to the team as work phones I wasn't disappointed as I have a Nexus, but definitely not thrilled either. As time has gone by. This phone has served well.