Top positive review
Best Budget Phone. Seriously.
Reviewed in the United States on June 30, 2019
Seriously, this phone was what, $250 when I bought it? I came from lines of iPhones until Jobs died and the quality of Apple went with him. I jumped to multiple other flagships, HTC, Galaxy, etc. But getting out of debt taught me just how much a waste of money flagship phones are. I went to a prepaid service, sold my old Galaxy S6 and got an entry level Samsung. Well, 4 years later almost, that phone gave out and I needed a new one. The last Motorola I had was a flip phone from Cingular way back in the day, so I was already kinda familiar with the brand. I'm not a power user by any means, all that my phone needs to do is stream music, take some decent pictures, use Facebook and use my banking apps. Simple, right? This phone feels great in my hand. It seriously does. I've blown people's minds when they check out my phone compared to the $700-1000 phones they have. And I bought mine cash outright for a quarter what they paid. While they constantly search for power outlets, I use mine for 2-3, maybe 4 days without a charge. I don't use the fingerprint scanner, so I can't comment on it. For being someone my age (mid 20's), I prefer simplicity over newest tech. Something I love specifically however about this phone is the Moto gestures. Chop the phone twice, flashlight comes on. Shake the phone sideways twice, camera comes on. For the amount I work on cars and take visual notes or just need a quick light with gloves on, these are godsends and a genius idea. I feel the build quality of this phone seriously beats out Apple's laughing matters now, and quite a bit of the competition in the price range. This should be a $500 phone, easy. Pick this thing up, and enjoy a solid mid-level phone that mocks the flagships for a quarter of the price.