Summary: I was really hesitant to move up to a 5 inch plus Android phone, however, after making the purchase for the 2nd gen Moto X, I feel it was well worth it. For one, the screen is great and bright. I feel so much more confident typing out messages on the bigger screen than on my previous phone. Also, Motorola really put the polishing touches on this phone and it's so much more responsive than the previous Moto X which I also have. Here are the pros and cons: pros: 1.
I'm from Venezuela and the phone got my hands in perfect condition with all accessories New works well with Movistar ...
3 weeks ago
Summary: Buy the phone MyParana, I'm from Venezuela and the phone got my hands in perfect condition with all accessories New works well with Movistar and suppose with Movilnet and Digitel also use the same band GSM, the phone uses nano sim made wine with a nano sim verizon and immediately send to cut my sim card to nano and worked perfectly with Movistar.
Summary: Everything came in working order. There have been no issues whatsoever. HOWEVER, I most definitely got the sense that this phone had been turned on before and that it is not actually a brand new phone. Most likely refurbished and sold as new. There have been enough other reviewers who have had complaints that indicate these are not new phones. Many of the complaints indicate software changes prior to turning on. Regardless of this, my unit has been great so far.
Summary: I bought this phone a little over a month ago and it was one of the best purchases I've made. I came from a Samsung Galaxy S3 to this phone and the difference between these phones is just like day and night. This phone is snappy fast and the battery life is great. It doesn't even bother me that the battery is not a removable one. When I had my S3, I had a couple of extra batteries that I would make sure that I had charged up at all times in case I needed them.