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  1. hisense's Avatar
    Good to know about the One X. Thanks for mentioning. Battery for me is also a priority....first thing I look for.

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    01-23-2016 03:37 PM
  2. David Alfredo's Avatar
    Good to know about the One X. Thanks for mentioning. Battery for me is also a priority....first thing I look for.

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    look at the battery I get on my modest 1 GB RAM Moto G 2015 (it was below 140 bucks, 119 €, I could not pass on it and it's definitely the best 120 € ever spent on a phone, the money I saved would be put towards a Moto G 2016 in case they keep producing a phone as good and balanced as this one)

    this phone never dies on me, it will go over 3 days easily (I don't game much to be honest but the rest of apps I use them moderately), also on 5.1.1 without Doze, I don't need Marshmallow, I prefer having total control via computer over the content of my phone / SD card.

    01-23-2016 05:29 PM
  3. Aryan Salooja's Avatar
    Apologies..... Water resistant. 😁

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    01-24-2016 08:45 AM
  4. Gabriel619's Avatar
    I wanted a capable back-up phone that is waterproof and affordable. My Moto G3 more than meets these requirements. Happy with my purchase.
    01-24-2016 12:49 PM
  5. Maljunulo's Avatar
    Apologies..... Water resistant. ������

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    They don't dare say "waterproof" because some jerk will find a way to ruin one, and demand a replacement, saying "You advertised it as waterproof, and obviously mine wasn't, so you owe me a new phone."
    01-24-2016 01:29 PM
  6. rurocking's Avatar
    Why would you need more phone then that. Best Android phone I ever played with.
    01-24-2016 02:11 PM
  7. NucleBAH's Avatar
    They don't dare say "waterproof" because some jerk will find a way to ruin one, and demand a replacement, saying "You advertised it as waterproof, and obviously mine wasn't, so you owe me a new phone."
    Actually the certifiers of IPXX (ie IP68 or whatever) ban the use of "waterproof" in order for certification.

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    01-24-2016 05:10 PM
  8. Maljunulo's Avatar
    Actually the certifiers of IPXX (ie IP68 or whatever) ban the use of "waterproof" in order for certification.

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    I believe I gave the reason for that.
    01-24-2016 06:45 PM
  9. NucleBAH's Avatar
    I believe I gave the reason for that.
    You said they refuse to use waterproof because some one may purposely break their phone and demand a new one???

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    01-25-2016 02:28 AM
  10. Aryan Salooja's Avatar
    People..... Leave it. That's it. It was my fault. So, no more discussions. Let others too share their experience.

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    01-25-2016 10:50 AM
  11. NucleBAH's Avatar
    People..... Leave it. That's it. It was my fault. So, no more discussions. Let others too share their experience.

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    Don't worry, we weren't arguing.

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    01-25-2016 10:53 AM
  12. d7v7d's Avatar
    Generally positive. Have been involved in computer engineering in Silicon Valley for decades. This is my first ever smartphone. Smartphones by nature because of their tiny size are awkward compared to a pc and can be annoying if one is not familiar with doing things because operations may require several touches and there is usually not enough display space to guide one through beyond icons that can be meaningless to those unfamiliar.

    One major negative is connecting the moto g through the usb port to a pc then not being able to view the files on the moto g from the pc until after jumping through a bunch of operations that take about 7 minutes. Every time the moto g is turned back on. It is a bug that ought be quickly fixed. This person sometimes needs to move files between the smartphone and a pc.

    http://forums.androidcentral.com/mot...o-g-files.html
    01-25-2016 04:05 PM
  13. David Alfredo's Avatar
    8/1 GB model on 5.1.1 = 8.75 /10
    8/1 GB model on 6.0 = 6.5 / 10

    16/2 GB model on 5.1.1 = 9.75 / 10
    16/2 GB model on 6.0 = 7 / 10

    that's how I rate my experience so far with different models and Android builds, definitely 16/2 on 5.1.1 is the way to go to avoid head-aching Marshmallow problems (hope they're solved in 6.x.x).
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