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Originally Posted by sWaY20 View Post

Moto x, it's a very impressive phone.

tappin from the Nexus 4

The 720p screen vs. 1080p and dual vs. quad core seem a little off-putting. How much of a difference do you reckon I'd be able to feel in day-to-day use?

My main uses for the phone are browsing and listening to music. If the difference is small and can only be felt in more CPU intensive tasks, I really don't have a use for the GS4 since I don't game on my phone (Candy Crush Saga being the exception tongue.gif).
post #132 of 134
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[quote name="sWaY20" url="/t/1414914/anyone-else-disappointed-by-the-moto-x/120#post_21023131"] Moto x, it's a very impressive phone.tappin from the Nexus 4[/quote]The 720p screen vs. 1080p and dual vs. quad core seem a little off-putting. How much of a difference do you reckon I'd be able to feel in day-to-day use?My main uses for the phone are browsing and listening to music. If the difference is small and can only be felt in more CPU intensive tasks, I really don't have a use for the GS4 since I don't game on my phone (Candy Crush Saga being the exception :p).

On paper it looks like a disappointment, thats whats misunderstood about this phone. It's insanely optimised, it's not something I can tell you though. You need to actually use the phone, it's one of the smoothest android experiences I've had. My friend has the phone so I've messed with it a lot, if I don't like the nexus 5, the Moto x will be my next phone.

tappin from the Nexus 4
post #133 of 134
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Originally Posted by sWaY20 View Post

On paper it looks like a disappointment, thats whats misunderstood about this phone. It's insanely optimised, it's not something I can tell you though. You need to actually use the phone, it's one of the smoothest android experiences I've had. My friend has the phone so I've messed with it a lot, if I don't like the nexus 5, the Moto x will be my next phone.

tappin from the Nexus 4

I'm convinced. Thanks!
post #134 of 134
Actually no I'm not disappointed at all,this phone is amazing and I wish wish I could get it,people say "oh no it's not 1080p" I personally don't care because I won't notice any difference what so ever,people say "oh no it's dual core" and most apps don't use all 4 cores plus the phone is using the same GPU as the HTC One and the S4 and unlike those phones it has way less pixels to push so it may perform better,It's also super optimized so it feels butter smooth when using it for regular stuff unlike the S4 which lags a bit even when going to the home (I've personally felt that when using it a lot),as for the price I'm not actually this disappointed since even when the nexus 4 was released here it retailed at the same price as any high end smartphone,I just wish if the MOTO X would be released internationally
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