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    Default Would you switch to the Moto X?

    So I have someone who wants to buy my Note 2 for $250 and I have someone else who will sell me their Moto X for $210. Would you guys make that deal?

    I have to say that the size of the Note 2 is awesome for a lot of things, but it does start to bother me in day to day use. I don't like not being able to use it with one hand. I don't ever use the S pen either.

    The only thing that I think might be a downgrade going to the Moto X is the camera. I have been pretty pleased with the performance of the camera on the Note 2.

    Would you do this? I could use the extra money to get some bluetooth headphones I've been looking at
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    Default Re: Would you switch to the Moto X?

    I would in a heartbeat, but I'm a current Moto X user and I love it.


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    I switched from an S3 to a Moto X, and I have not looked back.

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    I wouldn't mainly because the Moto X has a sealed embedded battery. It's also a lot smaller capacity, 2200mAh to the Note 2's 3100mAh. I'd venture a guess too that even with the bigger display of the Note 2, it's going to have better overall battery life. I'd also have a very hard time going back to a smaller display and no S-Pen (use it all the time).
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    I don't always use the spen but when I do am glad I have it. I never have tired of this device. Its the best hands down. All personal choice. I can't have a phone without a removable battery. And I love the real estate of the screen.

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    Thanks for the replies. I'm going to meet people tomorrow and do it! We'll see how it goes moving to a smaller screen and smaller battery. I'm excited though!

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    Default Re: Would you switch to the Moto X?

    Quote Originally Posted by mhans311 View Post
    Thanks for the replies. I'm going to meet people tomorrow and do it! We'll see how it goes moving to a smaller screen and smaller battery. I'm excited though!

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    Hope you like it. I would also trade for a Moto X if I could

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    A friend of mine recently switched from the note 2 to the Moto X(last friday) . So far they have nothing but praise for the Moto X
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    The only reason I would give up my Note 2 for a Moto X, is that I had a very reliable signal with My Droid X, before I switched to my Samsung S3. I just don't like the weaker signals you get with Samsung Phones. I get reliable enough signal with my Note 2, but not near as good as with the Moto Droid X.
    That said, I'm so happy I have my Note 2 and waited for months for it until I just went out and bought it full price. I'm glad I didn't go with the Note 3. My Note 2 should last me until the Note 4 has been out for awhile and I see if it's worth upgrading to.
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    Default Re: Would you switch to the Moto X?

    Well I made the switch yesterday. So far I'm liking it. It will definitely take time getting used to the smaller screen though. We'll see how the battery life holds up during a full day of use today.

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