Reviews and Problems with Motorola Moto X (XT1052 / XT1053 / XT1055 / XT1056 / XT1058 / XT1060)
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4 days ago
Summary: Alright... So I've been anti smart phones for the longest, but then twist of fate and I had to buy one. I bought this one because it was cheap and reviews around the web said it's a contender for the iPhone 6 for a fraction of the price. Bought it for about 300 bucks, and it arrived in two days. Opened it up.. And damn the thing is beautiful, feels good in my hand, and my fingers gleefully glide across the screen like they're skating on ice.
Summary: Amazing phone. Not a single complaint considering the price tag. I have had the Moto G 2013 for almost a year, and really wanted something that lagged less, did not have a truly awful camera, and more storage space. This is undoubtedly faster. Never really lags. Has a much better camera. I nearly bought the 2014 Moto X, but am happy I did not. This phone is about half the price and as a bonus can still be comfortably and securely used with one hand.
Summary: Bought this to replace my (significantly) aging Droid Incredible, which I'd dragged all the way to 4.4.4 before giving up on it. Probably the only phone currently on Verizon's network that you can get an unlocked boot-loader (and thus, the benefits of full-OS backups and Root).
Summary: I love it. It is a fashionable phone. It is really fun to make calls and use the calculators because of the newest update, or lollipop. The battery could use a little bit of work, but otherwise there aren't many downsides. If smartphone is just a phone to you but still want something to battle the Apple zombies this is the phone for you.
Summary: I bought this unlocked phone as I visit India frequently and would like to use there. The phone worked like a charm there immediately after inserting sim card from local carrier. Touchless controls are amazing! The phone stored each and every locations I visited abroad and, to my surprise, after I came back to USA, the story on my trip was ready for me. It stored each and every locations date wise with pictures taken at every locations. Very cool!
Summary: Dear customers from abroad, I bought this phone and i'm from Venezuela. The mobile works PERFECTLY wih Movistar and Movilnet, and may be with Digitel. Only 3G plus, not LTE. She came with original box, charger and a Verizon's nano-sim. In fact, it use the nano-sim of iPhone 5's. Great phone for this price.
Summary: For the price this is one heck of a phone. When I bought the phone I knew it would be pretty good, but after using it for a few days I'm already blown away. The tech might be over a year old but it definitely doesn't show its age. - The 720p AMOLED screen is more than enough pixels than you'll ever need for a 4.7in display. I put it next to an iPhone 6+ and from a quick comparison you can't tell the difference in resolution between them.
Moto X 2013 is still very relevant in today's phone market...especially at this price point
Progtologist "Daren Smith", Amazon
2 weeks ago
Summary: Great deal for a stellar performing phone. Thoughtful additions only by Motorola, the remainder of the OS is vanilla Android. Don't let the fact that it's a dual-core CPU configuration dissuade you, this phone has plenty of horsepower to keep it smooth and snappy. If not familiar with the phone's features, just go look at some video reviews of "Moto X 2013" and you'll get a better understanding than I could write in text.