Reviews and Problems with Motorola Moto X (XT1052 / XT1053 / XT1055 / XT1056 / XT1058 / XT1060)
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good phone for beginners
sharon zaker, Amazon
14 August 2015
Summary: good phone for beginners. smaller than I thought it would be. Still have to figure out voicemail. Have to constantly push on button. I would not purchase this phone. It was represented as a second generation which it was not. Not a good phone for pre-paid.
Summary: Bought this phone for my wife to replace her AT&T Moto X that she dropped and cracked the screen. Although the box said it was the AT&T XT1058 model it was actually the XT1060 which is for Verizon.
Summary: Its a good phone, has to problem, you cannot change the battery (closed) and cannot input an sd card. I bought 2 of them and one has an error when its update de OS, is reparing it now because the ROM fail. I dont know if it has solution....
After owning it for about a year i can say that the battery life was not that great. It was always running out by the end ...
Luis V., Amazon
8 July 2015
Summary: The moto x 2013 DE is an okay phone in my opinion. After owning it for about a year i can say that the battery life was not that great. It was always running out by the end of the day with medium usage.
Summary: Clearly a Referb from this buyer. Came with small scratches, and aftermarket plug. Slow shipping from Singapore. I have had the phone about a month now, the battery will not last through the day.
Although unlocked and works great. The phone has at & t logo atb ...
2 March 2015
Summary: I was expecting it to be brand new (and it might be) but the box didn't seem to have original side items. The manual logged photocopied. Although unlocked and works great. The phone has at & t logo atb the back which I wasn't expecting.