Just picked one up today! It came with 51% battery at 3 oclock and I've been messing with it a lot... finally at 3%. muhahahahah. Guys, its definitely worth it! I had to pay full price for it.
I agree same can be said for droid 3 and 4 owners unless moto put out this specs:
12 megapixes(maybe 2013)
Quad core processor(2013) for sure
Android 5.0 os or 6.0 os(2013 or 2014 for 6.0 os
350 ppi (idk about this one)
4 gb of ram(2013)
3.0 megapixes on front face camera(maybe 2.0 megapixes on galaxy s2 and s3 so making assumption that 3 will be the 2013 phones. High end at least
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Last edited by add119; 10-21-2012 at 05:25 AM.
Agreed! You can have a 12 mp POC. Or a 2 mp great camera. Mps don't make the picture. Sensor tech does. As soon as the manufacturers realize that the better. Samsung and the GS3 did it right. But lacked behind in the cellular radio, battery, rear speaker quality. Where Motorola excels in. So they both have strengths and weaknesses.Originally Posted by sweeeeet
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Well the Note 2 is already been improved. Huge 3100mah battery everyone says its awesome. Without LTE I've seen as much as 10hrs of onscreen time. It was barely loosing to the Maxx in tests that had nothing to do with LTE like watching movies through a endurance test.Originally Posted by xmguy
The rear speaker has been tested and has one of the loudest, clearest sounding on the market.
Hard to tell about signal as it will be their first quad core with LTE.
What Moto has been lacking in is screen, camera, and performance which the Note 2 has all that as well.
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Last edited by INCREMENTAL; 10-21-2012 at 09:49 AM.