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4 That was my dilemma before making my purchase. But the Nexus 5 is notorious for sub par battery life, poor screen viewing angles and contrast. Moto G doesn't have any of those issues and for the price it was a no brainer for me. Sent from my Mo...
3 I was a bit disappointed until I sideloaded the official GEL, and now it's everything I wanted KitKat to be. My only gripe is that Motorola stripped the business number search function from the dialer. I have no idea why they would do this, but ...
2 My Confederate soldier protecting my tree and gifts from the damned yankees. https://scontent-a-dfw.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xpa1/v/t1.0-9/10672176_10153481480513484_7533076025705877088_n.jpg?oh=b0f6dc86b7fc07542c70680c728b059b&oe=5518734A
1 He shouldn't feel too bad -- there are plenty of native English speakers incapable of speaking English.
1 As I said elsewhere, I'm not concerned insofar as my current MotoG is concerned; however, I do worry about future iterations of the X/G. They're great devices, and I'm afraid that Motorola's new experiment with 'user experience' over sheer hardwa...