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FreedomPop Buyer’s Guide

While they each seem like a necessary evil, the big guns of mobile have gotten increasingly greedier and more expensive at every turn. The plans from the likes of Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint sometimes cost more than some average households are willing to cough up each month.Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNOs) may offer a solution. For those that don’t know, MVNOs lease the same towers from the aforementioned carriers to allow customers to connect at a discounted rate while the virtual network handles the customer service, etc.You may have heard of Boost, Cricket, or Straight Talk; we’d like to talk to you to about FreedomPop.Tips for buying a used phoneHere’s what to do if you’re selling you old phoneWhere can I buy an unlocked phone?About FreedompopFreedomPop was founded in 2012 by a capital investment venture led by creators Stephen Stokols and Steven Sesar to start a new carrier that molds free, open Internet with the traditional mobile telecom services.The company has a base focus with phones that work completely over the internet via voice over IP and supplements that when you are away from Wi-Fi with carrier towers.FreedomPop original launched with a limited run of phones compatible with Sprint. In 2016 the company expanded to “global compatibility” with a new partnership providing coverage with AT&T’s network. A year later it inked a deal with Target to sell service inside its stores to compete with Walmart and Straight Talk.What are FreedomPop Rate Plans?As mentioned above, FreedomPop starts at a free tier for just Wi-Fi enabled smartphone plans and moves towards more traditional monthly rates as you add data and use voice away from Wi-Fi connections.Free PlansThings could be a little clearer for FreedomPop rate plans, that’s for sure. Visit its website and you’ll have a tough time finding a comparison tool. Nevertheless, here’s what we’ve found as of today.The CDMA (Sprint) option gives you 200 minutes of talk time, 500 texts, and 500MB data per month. The GSM (AT&T) alternative has 200 minutes of talk, 500 texts, and 200MB of 4GB LTE data.What about plans with more data?FreedomPop has competitive rates for plans with unlimited calls and messages and 1GB, 2GB, 3GB, and 4GB data pools.$13.99/mo. – Unlimited talk and text plus 500MB data$22.99/mo. – Unlimited talk and text plus 1GB data$24.99/mo. – Unlimited talk and text plus 2GB data$29.99/mo. – Unlimited talk and text plus 3GB data$34.99/mo. – Unlimited talk and text plus 4GB dataWhat is the handset selection like at FreedomPopThere are a number of phones available to purchase from FreedomPop, including those from LG, Samsung, and Apple. Selection is pretty solid but you won’t find anything on the high end of the spectrum.Under Google, for example, the only options we see today are Nexus 5, Nexus 6, and Nexus 6P. Indeed, there are no Pixel models to choose from. The most recent Samsung flagship is the Galaxy S7 line.What else does FreedomPop offer?Beyond offering affordable rate plans, Freedompop also has add-ons such as visual voice mail, hotspots, and more.Free international calls to friends and family in 60+ countriesRoll over up to 500MB of unused data each month or share it with friendsFree calls and texting to other FreedomPop usersEarn free data by referring friends or completing partner offersAre there any deals at FreedomPop?There aren’t any special promotions or deals on rate plans or new accounts, at least at this time. Looking at the shop is a slightly different experience, though. Some phones have instant discounts; other devices are refurbished and cheaper than buying a brand new model.It’s not clear how long the promotion will last, but there is a 20% off coupon which can be applied by entering the code SUMMER20.Can I bring my own phone to FreedomPop?Yes, FreedomPop does offer you the opportunity to bring your device to its network. Check the device’s compatibility  at the BYOD page to make sure your current model works well with its networks.

Become a cyber security and IT pro for just $39

For all the differences found in countries like America, Russia, and China, there’s one thing that is becoming increasingly important for all of them – cyber security. They, like any and all other countries around the world, are in dire need of professionals in the space.Take, for instance, this report from China Daily who advises:Data from the Cyberspace Administration of China last year suggested the country currently lacks more than 700,000 cybersecurity professionals. That number is expected to double by 2020.You can imagine it’s just as important here in the US with all of the looming threats of cyber warfare, election interference, and other privacy concerns.Everybody needs help, so training such as The A to Z Cyber Security & IT Certification Training Bundle is vital. Right now, AndroidGuys Deals has slashed the price on this collection down to just $39, over 97 percent off the regular price.This package brings together 12 courses including more than 114 hours of training that covers all approaches to cyber security and IT, including ethical hacking, SQL injection, penetration testing, cloud security, and much more.Not only does the bundle offer nearly 900 lessons, but it’s also designed to help you pass critical tests the first time you sit. The 12 courses featured include:Ethical Hacking From Scratch to Advanced TechniquesGSEC Certification: Security EssentialsThe Art of Exploitation CourseSQL InjectionThe Complete Ethical Hacking Certification CourseCISSP Exam Preparation Training CoursePenetration Testing & Ethical Hacking Project from A to ZCertified Cloud Security Professional: CCSPCISM: Certified Information Security ManagerCISA: Certified Information Systems AuditorCompTIA Security+ CertificationCompTIA CSA+ & Certified Cyber Security AnalystAvailabilityNormally valued at more than $1,400 for the full collection, AndroidGuys readers can snag the deal for just $39 right now. That’s a dozen courses for just over $3 a piece. There are more than 560 people enrolled already!Best SellersSave even more!For every $25 you spend in the AG Deals Store you get $1 credit added to your account. And, if you refer the deal via social media or an email that results in a purchase, you’ll earn $10 credit in your account.First Time Buying?If this is your first time buying, you are also eligible for 10% discount! Just be sure to subscribe for email updates.Free StuffNot looking to spend any money today? No worries. You can still visit the AndroidGuys section for freebies and pick something anyhow.

Metro Buyer’s Guide

It might surprise some of you to know that companies like Boost Mobile and Cricket Wireless operate on the Sprint and AT&T networks, respectively. These network operators license the towers and coverage from the tier-one providers and offer their own phones, rate plans, and customer service.Let’s take a look at another, similar situation. Metro, formerly known as MetroPCS, is a prepaid brand that uses T-Mobile’s network for coverage.About Metro and its networkFounded in 1994, the carrier ultimately merged with T-Mobile in 2013 and became one of the first companies to offer unlimited data plans. Although it was first established as General Wireless, it later changed to MetroPCS; in late 2018 it was changed again to Metro by T-Mobile.What are Metro Rate Plans?Things are pretty simple when it comes to rate plans at Metro. Customers choose from four options with prices starting at $30 per month. Taxes and fees are included so the monthly bill is nice and flat.$30 – Unlimited talk, text, and 2GB high-speed data$40 – Unlimited talk, text, and 10GB high-speed data (with unlimited music streaming)$50 – Unlimited talk, text, and unlimited high-speed data (with 5GB hotspot and 100GB Google One)$60 – Unlimited talk, text, and unlimited high-speed data (with 15GB hotspot, 100GB Google One, and Amazon Prime)What about multiple lines?Metro’s multiple line plans are rather straightforward, too. It’s as easy as picking the starting plan and adding the number of lines. There are discounts applied for each additional phone number, with them priced around $30 a piece, on average.The best deals available at T-Mobile (August 2019)Which major prepaid carrier has the best $40 rate plan?Are there any special deals at Metro?For a limited time, customers who port two phone numbers to Metro can sign up for the Unlimited Plan for $80, saving $10 per month. Included with the deal are 15GB hotspot, 100GB Google One, and Amazon Prime. If you’re already paying for either of those, it’s even better savings. Customers who switch from another carrier can receive free Samsung Galaxy A20phones. It’s a limited time, in-store rebate of about $240 with a limit of two per household or account.Another promotion available for a short time sees subscribers getting up to four lines for $100 per month.How is Metro’s phone selection?Metro offers a decent array of phones, from very basic from brands you might not be familiar with, up to current flagships. Interestingly enough, there’s a decent selection at the upper end, particularly around the Samsung Galaxy S10 line and iPhones.Tips for buying a used phoneWhere can I buy an unlocked phone?Cheap cell phone plans that use the T-Mobile networkCan I use my own phone with Metro?Do you already have a phone or possibly looking to buy an unlocked device for use on Metro? If the equipment is GSM unlocked, or previously used on T-Mobile you can order a SIM card if you wish to bring your own device. Check to see if your phone is compatible.

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Verizon 5G goes live in Phoenix with arrival of Galaxy Note 10

Verizon on Thursday confirmed that Phoenix, Arizona is the tenth city to offer its 5G wireless data. The next-gen, ultra-fast network goes live on August 23.August 23 is a notable day not just for the growing 5G network, but it also marks the arrival of the Galaxy Note 10. Indeed, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 5+ goes on sale in the markets which offer 5G speeds.Initially, Verizon 5G Ultra Wideband service will be concentrated in Downtown Phoenix around several well-known landmarks, including: Phoenix Convention Center, Talking Stick Resort Arena, The Orpheum Theatre, CityScape, and Chase Field. It will also be available in Tempe, on the Arizona State University campus.Phoenix joins Washington D.C., Atlanta, Detroit, Indianapolis, Chicago, Denver, Minneapolis, Providence and St. Paul as the US markets with access to Verizon 5G. Verizon plans to blanket 30 cities across the country by the end of 2019.When and where to buy the Samsung Galaxy Note 10How to save big on the Galaxy Note 10, and even score a free oneWhere is Verizon 5G available?As part of its growing network, Verizon is working with Boingo to help provide 5G Ultra Wideband indoors and at public places like stadiums, arenas, airports, and hotels. This will be helpful as the 5G service is not widely available in cities and tends to struggle indoors.

Android Q to be formally known as Android 10

Android Q will be known as Android 10 when it makes its official debut in the coming weeks, says Google in a new blog post. Moreover, the official logo will undergo some changes, too.The previous naming convention for Android saw Google going with internal code names for each version, often basing them on sweets, treats, and desserts. That changes with the Android Q release which will be simply known as Android 10.Why the change? A number of reasons, really. In some areas of the world it is difficult to distinguish an L from an R. Moreover, newer users might now know that Lollipop comes after KitKat.By switching to version numbers it will be easier to identify how current a release is and/or whether it’s newer than another build.In addition to the naming change, Google is also refreshing the logo for Android. Today sees the logo undergoing a more modern and accessible design. The familiar robot is now included as part of the logo. Additionally, the name itself switches from green to black.The updated logo will show up in the coming weeks as Android 10 makes its official debut.

Motorola discounts phone prices for back-to-school shoppers

Motorola has dropped the prices of select phones as part of a back-to-school promotion. Effective immediately, you can save anywhere from $20 to $250 on some of its handsets.The discounted prices run from August 22 through the end of the month, August 31.Motorola Discount:moto g7 – $30 offmoto g7 play – $20 offmoto g7 power – $20 offmoto g6 – $120 off (64GB), $90 off (32GB)moto z3 play – $70 off (32GB), up to $250 off (64GB)The selection is a nice mix of phones, each of which speaks to a different demographic. If you’re in the market for an unlocked device that works with your current carrier, you’d be wise to consider starting with the Motorola discounts listed above.SEE: Motorola intros Moto G7 family of phonesIn addition to these sale prices, students can benefit from another 15% off as part of a Student Discount. For instant access to this discount, students can register and verify their status with UNiDAYS.

Save 25% on Master & Dynamic through limited time promo

On the hunt for a quality pair of headphones? You may want to check out the current offer from Master & Dynamic who is currently running its own back-to-school sale.Starting from today, and running through September 3, customers can shop the M&D website and receive a 25% discount on select headphones.Among the headphones listed under the deal are MW60, MW50+, MH40 and MH30. We’ve reviewed a number of Master & Dynamic headphones over the years and really like the build quality and attention to detail. Moreover, they sound incredible and feel comfortable even after hours of listening.Master & Dynamic MW65 ReviewMaster & Dynamic MW50 ReviewTo take advantage of the promotion, head to the M&D website and use the code FOCUS25 at checkout. Prices for the aforementioned headphones shake out as follows:MW60 Wireless Over-Ear Headphones – $299.25MW50+ 2-In-1 Wireless On-Ear + Over-Ear Headphones – $299.25MH40 Over-Ear Headphones – $186.75MH30 Foldable On-Ear Headphones – $149.25The limited time promotion is valid until September 4th, 2019, 2:59AM EST.

AirSounds 2 true wireless earbuds are just $39.99 today

White, corded headphones were all the rage a few years ago, but today’s all about wireless freedom. You aren’t hip today unless you’ve got two tiny earphones to toss in your ear. Or maybe it’s just one. Who knows with these kids?If wireless Bluetooth earbuds are something you’re considering, you might be interested in the current promotion in the AndroidGuys Deals Store. Swing by today and you’ll find the AirSounds 2 True Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds for just $39.99.Whether you’re just looking for something to throw in for the commute, walk across campus, or hang out on the back porch, these work well.Paired over Bluetooth 5.0, you’ll get four hours per charge and a carrying case that adds another eight hours of listening. They auto-pair, have wireless charging, and touch controls. All the stuff you love without the premium cost.AirSounds FeaturesEnjoy crisp Bluetooth 5.0 audio for up to 4 hours on a single chargeListen to your favorite songs without the hassle of tangled wiresWear comfortably & for longer thanks to their sleek, ergonomic designGet an extra charge on the go w/ the included portable charging caseAvailabilityNormally priced $109.99, they’re yours with a 63-percent discount. Buy two pair and you get even better savings at $74.99, or $34.99 each.Best SellersSave even more!For every $25 you spend in the AG Deals Store you get $1 credit added to your account. And, if you refer the deal via social media or an email that results in a purchase, you’ll earn $10 credit in your account.First Time Buying?If this is your first time buying, you are also eligible for 10% discount! Just be sure to subscribe for email updates.Free StuffNot looking to spend any money today? No worries. You can still visit the AndroidGuys section for freebies and pick something anyhow.

Net10 Wireless Buyer’s Guide

Most wireless customers are familiar with the big-name brands in Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint. Far fewer buyers are as well-versed when it comes to the topic of Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNO).Companies like Metro, Boost Mobile, and Cricket Wireless don’t own their own networks but license them for usage. Although coverage is essentially the same as the tier-one providers, they’ll have their own phones, rate plans, and customer service. Net10 Wireless is one such MVNO worth closer inspection.As a company that operates almost virtually, Net10 doesn’t have any towers of its own. What’s more, it does not have any official retail stores, paper bills, activation fees, or overage charges.Tips for buying a used phoneWhere can I buy an unlocked phone?Buying an unlocked phone? Consider these questionsIt does, however have a presence at indirect sellers and locations such as Dollar General and Family Dollar. Net10 Wireless service plans and Bring-Your-Own-Phone SIM Kits are currently sold in Walmart, CVS, Best Buy, Walgreens and many other local stores. Its devices are available exclusively online via the brand’s websiteUsing both CDMA and GSM technologies, Net10 lets customers bring their AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, Verizon, or unlocked GSM phones.Are There any Net10 Deals?The service provider has a dedicated page for deals which currently sees a number of devices on sale up to 50% off. If you sign up for the newsletter, you’ll receive offers and promotions directly in your inbox.What are Net10 Rate Plans?Customers can choose from a number of options spread across various types of plans. For those who only needed the barest of necessities, the pay-as-you-go provides buckets of minutes. The Monthly Talk, Text, and Data plans range from $20 up to $65 per month and come with variable amounts of high speed data.Note that all plans include unlimited data but allow for only certain amounts at high speed. Once you hit the cap you’ll have slowed (2G) speeds for the remainder of the bill cycle.$20/month: 1GB$35/month: 4GB$40/month: 8GB$50/month: 10GB Nationwide$60/month: 12GB Nationwide$65/month: 10GB InternationalSelect plans give buyers the option to save a few bucks per month by enrolling in Auto-Refill automatic bill payments. Let Net10 automatically deduct your payment and you’ll be looking at the following:$31.50/month: 4GB$36/month: 8GB$45/month: 10GB Nationwide$60/month: 10GB InternationalDoes Net10 Have Family Plans?Net10 Wireless refers to these as “Multi-Line Plans” as opposed to family plans. A new line of service can be added to any plan; here are some examples of what one can get for the money.$75 for 2 lines with 8GB$90 for 2 lines with 10GB$130 for 3 lines with 10GB$170 for 4 lines with 10GBWhat Phones does Net10 Have?Customers can purchase handsets in one of two ways: buy them outright or spread payments out monthly. The selection through the former leaves much to be desired with less than one dozen models to choose from. Opting for the latter opens the door to a wide range of phones with financing through Affirm.Can I Bring my Own Device to NetT10?One place where Net10 really shines is in its support for phones from other carriers. Those of you who have access to an existing phone, or who might have purchased an unlocked phone elsewhere, can bring the device to Net10.Whether you’re looking for a new phone number or hoping to keep your existing one, Net10 works. Moreover, you can also keep your same network in the background, receiving the coverage you already know. Head to the Net10 page to check compatibility of your phone.

JBL Tune 120TWS review

With truly wireless headphones slowly becoming the norm, I finally decided to take the plunge and check out the JBL Tune 120TWS headphones. Below you’ll find my impressions after using them for a few weeks.DesignSimilar to many other truly wireless headphones on the market, the JBL Tune 120TWS are lightweight and compact in size, and include a carrying case for charging.The buds and case come in two main colors, black and white, with a range of accent colors to choose from. For my review unit, JBL provided me with the black version with blue accents. This is one of my favorite color combinations, and it looks great on the headphones.The color accent does more than just make the buds and branding stand out, it is also where the physical buttons reside on the headphones. These buttons allow you to play/pause, skip tracks, activate Google Assistant or Siri, and answer calls. Unfortunately, there is no way to control volume, which can be a little tedious if you need to frequently adjust the volume levels.The case is a hard plastic shell which feels rather hefty due to the battery that it houses. The lid on the case flips open with ease, but remains held in place by a magnet once closed.Speaking of magnets, your earbuds are also magnetic and that helps secure them for charging, as well as making it easier to insert them into the case properly.My one complaint about the case would be that it using a micro USB charging port. It’s 2019, and we’re still waiting for everyone to get on the same page and switch over to USB-C. I find this quite frustrating because it requires me to keep around these annoying micro USB cables.ComfortThe JBL Tune 120TWS include three different sized ear tips in the box, but to my disappointment, the smallest size is not small enough for my ears. To be fair, I have small ear canals and this has always made earbuds a challenge for me.There were also no ear wings like you generally see with wired Bluetooth earbuds, meaning the Tune 120TWS would often fall out of my ears. For that reason, if you have smaller ears, you could find these a little frustrating to wear.I also wouldn’t recommend them for working out because without ear wings to secure the fit, I’m afraid they would fall out from movement.When I was able to get the buds to stay in, they were lightweight and comfortable until around a little over an hour where ear fatigue began to set in. This could be in part to me jamming them in trying to prevent them from falling out though.Sound QualityThe JBL Tune 120TWS really surprised me with the sound quality. The marketing materials tout a “pure bass sound”, and without a doubt, they provide a satisfying full bass sound. If you’re a fan of bass, like myself, then you’ll be happy with the kick you get from these buds.Just because JBL puts a focus on the bass, doesn’t mean that is all you will hear. The Tune 120TWS still provide a nice balance between the thumping bass and highs to provide plenty of detail when listening to your favorite songs. Overall, I was very satisfied with the sound, and they are fantastic for many genres, such as pop, rap, and electronic.Bluetooth ConnectionI must admit, I had my concerns about the connection quality of a truly wireless pair of headphones. However, that concern was completely unfounded. Not once did the JBL Tune 120TWS drop connection in my time with them over the past few weeks. Even when I got up to 50 feet away from my phone, the connection stayed steady.Battery LifeThe battery life on the JBL Tune 120TWS is rated for four hours on the buds themselves and there’s an additional 12 hours with the case, for a total of 16 hours. This means you’ll only be able to get four hours of uninterrupted music playback before you’ll have to charge the buds in the case.Thankfully, I rarely ever listen to music for longer than a couple of hours without having to take a break. With that said, I never ran into an issue of the buds being dead when I reached for them. Plus, you’ll get an hours worth of playback time from just 15 minutes of charging.For most people, this should be sufficient, but if you’re someone who requires longer than four hours of continuous playback, wireless buds may not be for you.Final ThoughtsJBL has created a stylish and fun sounding pair of truly wireless headphones that won’t break the bank at $100. The range of colors allows you to get something to match your individual style, and the battery life should be able to satisfy most music fans out there.The only downside I find with these don’t play nicely with smaller than average ear canals. Well, that and the price.There are cheaper sets of truly wireless headphones out there; however, I’ve not used any of those and cannot vouch for their sound quality. The JBL Tune 120TWS appear to offer better battery life than most of the cheaper pairs.Buy from Amazon Buy from JBL

Opinion: Lenovo is slowly killing the Moto I love

I’ve long been a fan of Motorola. My love of Android has grown with most of the phones I’ve owned wielding the Moto logo. Other than my beloved Palm, it may be the brand I’ve held the most affinity for over the years.Unfortunately, I think the company’s overlord, Lenovo, is slowly stripping away the Moto I love.Where are the software updates?Prior to Lenovo, one thing that the old had become king of was the software update. Much like Essential in recent years, Moto pushed out updates blazingly fast. Sometimes they even beat Google on the Nexus phones with the Moto X. Within a week of availability you often had the latest and greatest Android version on Motorola phones.Since the Lenovo takeover this has become one of my biggest complaints concerning Moto phones. Lenovo seems content with only offering updates of new OS versions to its latest generations, and sometimes, the previous year models.If you are a G5 user in a G7 world, then you can all but forget about seeing the newest software.SEE ALSO: Motorola needs a true flagshipNot having updates with the more middle of the road G-series is somewhat understandable, yet still unfortunate. Then there is the sheer denial for Moto Z2 Force owners as it relates to the Android Pie update this year.The Moto Z2 Force is a “flagship” from less than two years ago and it’s being skipped over a major OS release that is only two updates removed. Moto has to do its consumers better than this.You should at least provide two full years of updates on most of your devices from the mid-grade to high-end. If you can support Moto Mods for an unexpected 4th generation, you can push more updates. Maybe Moto just doesn’t know where that mark lies anymore.No flagship in sightThat brings us to the next problem: Moto isn’t committed to its flagship devices because it honestly doesn’t have one.I get that the Moto Z4 exists, but have you compared its spec sheet to anything else from 2019? It’s a far cry from the acceptable top tier from any other OEM.You counter with the notion that Motorola doesn’t command the same price point for its Moto “flagship” as others. Head to oneplus.com to find out what a true bargain flagship really looks like. These two companies couldn’t be a bigger flip side of the coin at this point.OnePlus offers a very premium device for hundreds less than the Samsung and Google flagships of the world. You find 8GB RAM, ample storage, and a modern Qualcomm chipset on board.OnePlus also has a stellar track record of OS updates over the past few years. Contrast that with Moto’s middling 600-series chipset, 4GB RAM, and waning Moto Mod system.Why are there so many phones?Part of the reason for not recognizing a true flagship model from Moto is that Lenovo has flooded the market with too many phones. Many of these models overlap in specs, and often in price, too.The G, X, and Z series of devices each have the same basic RAM and chipsets. All three of these phones have roughly 4GB RAM, running a Snapdragon 630 series processor.From an aesthetic standpoint they all have the same basic design. Generally speaking, you’d be hard to tell the G, X, and Z models apart. If sitting face down, you’d be even harder matched to tell the difference in the X4 and the G7.Simply not compelling enoughMoto needs a true flagship device. I love the idea of the Moto Z, but it hasn’t been all that compelling beyond its first generation or so.Mods are a great proof of concept, but the market has shown that they simply aren’t wanted by most consumers. I want Moto to come out with a modern Snapdragon 855 chipset, above-average camera module, and killer design.Many of the cool Pixel features are similar to what Moto was doing years ago. The company needs to harken back to that heyday.Give me an intriguing slab with updated Moto Gestures to wake and interact with the phone. Allow me to show my notifications with a snap of my finger or something. Get back to the creative core that pioneered the mobile handset.Lastly, take the most popular Mods and make them an integrated part of this new phone. By far, the top-selling add-ons for the Z have been battery packs and wireless charging. Usually in the same Mods.Moto flirted with this on the G7 Power, but I want to see this at the top-tier of its lineup. No Mod. Just a phone. With a huge 5000mAh battery and wireless charging.Lenovo. I beg youThis is the last plea for Lenovo to alter the coarse for Moto phones. I don’t hate the devices they currently offer and I still think the Moto G is a great value for casual users. I still love the proof of concept behind the Z-series as well. I’m just asking you sharpen and hone the lineup.Create a true line between the models. Make a true flagship we can be proud to recommend to the masses. I’ll give you a hint… it’s the Moto X. Just make it really damn good!As it currently sits, it’s increasingly harder for me to continue to recommend Motorola as my favorite Android brand.

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