Quiet Forum = Good Product?

Discussion in 'Motorola Moto X' started by Snoking, Dec 3, 2013.

  1. Snoking

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    Pretty quiet forum which would indicate not many problems that people are looking to get answers for!! We are a happy M.X x 2 family! Chris
     
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    That's one of the reasons I finally bit the bullet and upgraded to the Moto X, quiet forums and those that were posting were all positive.
     
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    Im going to start posting here more! It takes amazing pics! I love everything about it! How do you guys like yours?
     
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    Extremely happy so far. It was a huge improvement in every way from my Bionic.
     
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    I never had the Bionic, but I heard it sucked lol

    Sent from my XT1060 using Tapatalk
     
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    That's why I made that thread! Post up pics! Let's see them people! :p

    We have a thread like that for pretty much every major phone we cover on this site. It'd be nice to see the quality of pics produced by the Moto X.
     
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    I find the camera adequate but it's far from my favorite thing about the phone.

    Since the 4.4 update I haven't even taken the time to root it again. That's not a big deal but for me that's saying a lot. It's so smooth and fluid I can't really complain about anything with the phone. Best purchase in a long time.
     
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    Except the camera

    N3 tapa
     
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    Well, can't contribute since I'm sporting the MAXX, but the Moto X is one rock solid phone.
     
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    Same here, the lack of any real complaints was a big factor in making my decision to go with the X. Plus I upgraded from a three year old Thunderbolt, so I'm easy to please. So far my only complaints have more to do with moving from HTC Sense to the Motorola interface, but that's a minor issue that is to be expected.