My wife loves her Moto X Gen 1 and swears to this day that it is the best phone she has ever owned. I was really torn between it and the Droid Maxx. She says she is never giving up her custom designed X but I think when the 2015 comes out and she sees the awesome new battery life she might be persuaded to get the new 2015 X. Sounds like another killer phone in the Moto X line.
I had the 1st gen and loved everything about it but the size (too small, especially coming from the Note line). Had 2nd Gen and liked the size but disliked the screen and battery ... Now have the Nexus 6 and love everything but really want the Moto X "goodies"! If the 3rd Gen X improves battery life and screen, then I will seriously consider it! The Moto X "secret sauce" is that good IMO
I still absolutely love my 2013 Dev. Edition.
You guys know me, I won't upgrade until my phone dies and I am unable to Frankenstein it (unless something comes along to absolutely blow me away).
if thats true about the august /september range that would be perfect for me. i get home in sep/oct range. i'm still runing the OG Moto X? lol. didnt go for the 2014. but 2015 is lookin really good....
I owned the first gen Moto X and now rocking the N6. I'm starting to like Motos push on devices. Although, I will probably not be getting it on release as I still love my N6. Probably around either next Xmas or the next iteration at that point.
The two versions they're releasing do sound intriguing. I'm still rockin' my OG Moto X and have no complaints. I like the size and that's about the only thing I'm not all that crazy about with the new crop...they just sound like they'll be so big. Guess I won't truly know until I can mess with one though.
I'd like to say I'll get one but unless I fall into a pile of money or Motorola has some crazy insane deal quickly, it just won't happen for me. Though the introductory price is pretty good for such a stout device.
The camera is really the only thing I find disappointing about the 2014 X. And since the Note 5 pictures leaked showing no microSD card slot support (but that's official yet), the X Style may have it's ace in the hole.