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  1. benhaube's Avatar
    Software and camera definately. In the Moto X you don't get quick settings at the top like brightness, one touch for wifi and all of that. At first it was a real bummer because you would have to go to settings just to turn on wifi and all of that on the MX. However I found this app, Notification Toggle, which does the exact same thing as TouchWiz, I'll upload pics in a little bit.
    I use the power control widget on my main home screen. Does the job for me.

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    04-15-2014 10:11 PM
  2. ashleymoyerE79's Avatar
    I traded my S4 for my Moto X. I am in love with my Moto X. The S4 was the worst android phone I ever owned. I have had the S3, Note 2, S4, HTC one and several iPhones. My little Moto X is by far my favorite. Just wish the camera was better

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    04-16-2014 08:46 PM
  3. firedoug's Avatar
    A little late to the game, but I just did the switch from GS4 to MX. Could not be happier! Agree with everyones comments, my big reasons were:

    MX is the sweet spot for size
    MX is like the iPhone of Android.... it just works and is clean and simple to use. The GS4 Touchwiz is to bloated and filled with gizmos that never get used once the new car smell is gone and then they just get in the way and slow the phone down.
    MX has 3 of the best Android add ons of any phone I have tinkered with. Love the active notification, voice control, and camera access. Moto solved the driving texting problem better than anyone in the biz IMHO.

    What a great phone.... I was starting to ponder going back to iPhone.... but know I see what all the buzz is about stock android over the bloated touchwiz.... What a difference!
    weksa likes this.
    06-21-2014 11:56 PM
  4. anaphora68's Avatar
    I'm switching from an iPhone 5S to the Moto X. I'm just waiting for it to get out here.

    I understand the "step-down" in specs, but I've used a Droid MAXX before (my wife has it now) and I loved the Motorola add-ons. There's stuff I love about iOS, but overall, I'm so invested in Google services that it makes no sense for me to use anything else.

    A little late to the game, but I just did the switch from GS4 to MX. Could not be happier! Agree with everyones comments, my big reasons were:

    MX is the sweet spot for size
    MX is like the iPhone of Android.... it just works and is clean and simple to use. The GS4 Touchwiz is to bloated and filled with gizmos that never get used once the new car smell is gone and then they just get in the way and slow the phone down.
    MX has 3 of the best Android add ons of any phone I have tinkered with. Love the active notification, voice control, and camera access. Moto solved the driving texting problem better than anyone in the biz IMHO.

    What a great phone.... I was starting to ponder going back to iPhone.... but know I see what all the buzz is about stock android over the bloated touchwiz.... What a difference!
    06-23-2014 06:46 AM
  5. pdaniel219's Avatar
    I'm switching from an iPhone 5S to the Moto X. I'm just waiting for it to get out here.

    I understand the "step-down" in specs, but I've used a Droid MAXX before (my wife has it now) and I loved the Motorola add-ons. There's stuff I love about iOS, but overall, I'm so invested in Google services that it makes no sense for me to use anything else.
    You won't even notice the "step down" in specs. I used to be a spec snob. Always wanted the latest and greatest. This phone has satisfied and changed me. What matters is what you do with the specs. I've never seen any lag or slowness. Welcome and congrats!

    Posted via Android Central App
    06-23-2014 12:53 PM
  6. anaphora68's Avatar
    I'm at the point where the specs on my phone don't really matter. If I want to play games, I use my computer or my iPad. My phone is about communication, and sharing photos. The Moto X features make it so I can do that. I like the near-stock Google experience, too.

    You won't even notice the "step down" in specs. I used to be a spec snob. Always wanted the latest and greatest. This phone has satisfied and changed me. What matters is what you do with the specs. I've never seen any lag or slowness. Welcome and congrats!

    Posted via Android Central App
    06-24-2014 08:06 AM
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