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phatmanXXLposted on Oct 23, 2019, 9:40 PM Posts: 27; Member since: Oct 09, 2013
Good mid range
phatmanXXL has owned it for less than month before publishing this review
For a mid range phone it gets the job done. Not much to complain about. I bought mine for $350 on Swappa and I'm happy with the purchase. In my honest opinion the $500 price tag is a bit too high.
One design flaw I noticed is the back is curved so the Moto Mods don't mesh seamlessly, now there's a small gap.
Not a big deal but it may bother some people.
Lightweight, feels good in hand, looks good, solid
No problems with obtaining a signal
No problems with sound and reception
Works as expected
The notch sucks when full screen, headphone jack is a plus though, speaker sounds good.
Works as expected, takes good pictures.
No complaints, phone is snappy.
Works as it should. Wouldn't mind the keyboard being bigger.
Nice display. Looks good.
Same as the Z3, I expected better. Battery lasts all day, at bedtime it's around 30%. I listen to podcasts over Bluetooth at work then internet and games off and on after work.
Display (color, density, brightness)
Packaging comes with a 360 camera Moto Mod.
Camera works well
Size (Not too big not too small)
OEM skin is minimal
Same battery life as Z3
4GB of RAM, I would have like to see at least 5 or 6
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