Summary: I like the phone for the most part, except for it being a phone. Call quality goes in and out. I'm waiting for my third phone to see if the first two phones had issues. A friend hasn't had any issues but is on a different carrier.
Good if you're on a budget, and need a long lasting phone.
Jacob S., Amazon
10 January 2016
Summary: This phone is OK. It's definitely not great though. Now that I've used it for a few months, I've found it to be slow. It has touch delay, like all android phones. The Motorola camera app is probably the worst camera app of all time, and it's pared with an incredibly underwhelming sub-par camera.
Aside from the extremely annoying microphone problems I like the size/weight
Wayne M., Amazon
10 December 2015
Summary: This has been my everyday phone for most of year now. The antenna/reception is lackluster in my experience, although I do live in an area that was almost a dead zone until they finally put up a new cell site nearby.
Summary: The upsides: 1. Material wise Motorola did a great job. This phone has the fit and finish of any flagship and the display is absolutely beautiful. 2. Audio quality from the speakers and headphone output are fantastic. 3. The ability to use a micro SD card. The downsides: 1.
Some good and some bad, consider the Nexus line too.
22 October 2015
Summary: The good: Good value for money. It is on the verge of being too big and it is heavy, so if you have smaller hands think it twice before buying. Camera performance is good enough and I never find myself longing for a better camera phone anymore.
bad design, power back up and super sensitive screen
blackjack1, Phone Arena
9 October 2015
Excerpt: poor design, screen broke after falling from less than 2 feet wifi is weak.. battery lasts only 20hrs with normal usage which is half of what it lasts for me on my old iphone 5s very bad customer service.
Pros: pure android experience
Cons: pricey, screen breaks, battery, wifi - poor, no resale value, poor customer service