Have the Note 2 and there's nothing about the Moto X that tempts me to use one of my three upgrades to purchase what is an average phone for 199$.
I have 36.1 GB of music stored on my 64 GB micro SD card. There's no slot for my micro SD card on this new phone. Therefore my Visa card won't fit into the card swiper at the Verizon store.
I'm interested in this phone and I have a Note 2.
I want to know what its like to have a phone with all these cool features. This is what Apple brought to the table many years ago. A phone with features. Not a phone with sheer processing power, or a phone that has the most storage space. While I think this is competing in the "lifestyle" phone section, I think it is about time someone addressed the fact that people want a phone that is smooth and has these features out of the box. You think you show someone you can talk to their phone and it will give them information without touching it, and they'll by something else? I doubt. Especially people that are interested in features.
That said I'm going to give it a go. I'm not sure on which carrier (T-Mo or VZW) but I'm definitely giving it a shot.
Rocket, since the advent of android phones and all their cool features, I hardly ever use a real live computer, and that goes for real live MP3 players and cameras too. I think the manufacturers of these phones owe us the option of an SD card slot. I don't want my music and photos getting lost in the clouds when there's no signal.
Do you often go somewhere that has zero signal and zero wifi?
I don't think the majority of smartphone owners are usually in the desert, having to listen to music. So I'd assume this is why SD slots on Android smartphones are going the wayside. Their vision is to utilize the cloud...and in all honesty, why have any kind of cell phone if you're constantly somewhere that has no signal?