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[Q]Change to Moto G was great idea?

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Default [Q]Change to Moto G was great idea?

I am Xperia J user.I wanted to change another at 2014.Is change to Moto G great idea?

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I am Xperia J user.I wanted to change another at 2014.Is change to Moto G great idea?
You ask this in the Moto G forum...
Sure is it a great idea as Moto G is noticably faster, better screen, better RAM, better battery, better almost everything.
 
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Short answer...hell yeah. Long answer...check the review thread.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2537719
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Yes... my last phone was a 3 years old X10 MIni (thanks nAa and all devs on xda for make it a better phone), I'm very happy with my moto g...
 
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I just upgraded to it from my LG 2x today.
So far I am very happy with it, I am not used to having a phone that runs this smoothly!
The Moto G is like a "low-cost Galaxy S3" with vanilla Android. Sure it's missing a few bells and whistles and some features are best summed up as "you get what you pay for" but other than that it's an amazing phone for the price in my opinion. It has a lovely screen with a reasonable size and the hardware has enough umpf to make you very happy for quite some time.
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