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Not great but probably the best you're going to get in the price range
Jz123 has owned it for less than year before publishing this review
The specs are good enough for what I use it for. Camera seems ok but I don't care much about that. Bottom line for $130 you're probably not going to find a better phone. Obviously it's not perfect but do a search look at it's strengths and weaknesses and judge accordingly.
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113495 has owned it for less than 3 months before publishing this review
got this on the google fi deal, was $100 off. Came from a pixel 3. battery life started to suck on the pixel, and i was living in fear of running out of juice everywhere i went. i loved the camera on the pixel, just couldnt handle the battery drain. the moto was definitely hard to get used to. its bigger for sure, and the camera isnt as good as the pixel. BUT, it was $150. at one point it was $99!!! you cannot complain about a basically stock android setup with these cool moto actions with a decent camera at that price. the battery is all everyone says it is. its a beast. i realized after thinking i needed all the things the pixel had, i was wrong. wireless charging, IP rating., nfc. i didnt need those. its function over form now. the cameras are good enough. put a skin on this thing and keep moving. if it gets droped in the pool or breaks, buy another and you wont have half tied up what you payt for these other phones. im not used to a large phone, i want a smaller one, but at this price, im happy
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