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SOME HINTS FOR MOTOROLA'S NEXT

2014-03-30, 9:01 AM


HELLO,



I am new to the forum I have the motorola moto g woww what a fantastic phone here I have some hints for the motorola's



next smartphone I am giving this feedback just because of in the future I am going to own more motorola devices these



hints are based on my personal moto g experience



1- much more slim design



2- 5 inch display



3- 8 mega pixels camera



4- chipset same as on moto g



5- Price- 300$-335$ or less that increases the customers attraction

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Re: SOME HINTS FOR MOTOROLA'S NEXT

2014-04-28, 14:14 PM


 I think they need to come with something bigger than that.



5.5 or larger screen (minimum 1080p)



Bring back SD Card storage for media (or offer larger internal storage (64gb or more))



Battery that will support screen size (>=3600)



Contract price <$300



Quad core (or better) processor



4gb RAM minimum



Build options available with Moto X

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Re: SOME HINTS FOR MOTOROLA'S NEXT

2014-05-16, 13:25 PM


well, any of these will enhance the price ...  as of date, moto x specs should be sufficient for a normal to heavy user..  But yet, u can;t stop giving better speced and bigger devices..

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Re: SOME HINTS FOR MOTOROLA'S NEXT

2014-06-12, 14:36 PM


grandsport said:


 I think they need to come with something bigger than that.



5.5 or larger screen (minimum 1080p)



Bring back SD Card storage for media (or offer larger internal storage (64gb or more))



Battery that will support screen size (>=3600)



Contract price <$300



Quad core (or better) processor



4gb RAM minimum



Build options available with Moto X


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why on earth would you need 4 gigs of ram? project svelte was made to make android run better on lower end hardware..not to encourage a bloaty o.s. that needs that many resources to run properly.


 

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Re: SOME HINTS FOR MOTOROLA'S NEXT

2014-06-18, 19:40 PM


As these phones become more of a computer with a phone and a camera, more ram will be needed to offset that and still leave enough available to do the other things you want to do.  The more programs you use, the more ram that will be needed. The more programs that run in the background, the more it will be needed. I would rather have it and not need it, than need it and not have it. May be urban legend (don't know for sure), but read somewhere sometime back that Bill Gates once said no computer would ever need more than 512K of ram.



Just several years ago, 500mb - 800mb of ram was a lot. Now most are running 2-3gb. With more processing power (quad core, 64bit), larger screens with higher resolutions, more PC like programs/games available for these devices, more will inevitably be a necessity. It's not just about the operating system .So why wait. It definitely will not hurt anything to have it. Plus - when it comes to power - more is always betterdevil.

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