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http://www.fiercewireless.com/tech/story/googles-moto-x-tops-lte-network-connectivity-test/2014-01-21

 

 

Google's (NASDAQ:GOOG) Motorola Mobile division scored a win as its Moto X smartphone impressively outperformed devices from Samsung, LG and HTC in tests of network connectivity undertaken by Signals Research Group.

 

Sprint phones weren't used, but the results were interesting nonetheless.

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Based on anecdotal reports, the Moto X seems to perform really well on Sprint's Band 25 too. It's too bad that they didn't come out with a Triband model like Samsung did with the GS4.

 

Robert via Samsung Note 8.0 using Tapatalk Pro

 

 

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I was really intrigued by the Moto X when it first came out until I found out it was band 25 only. Hopefully they will make a follow-up model that will perform like Moto is known for across all three bands.

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dude they missed it with the non-update of the original photon...

 

which is why i probably will never buy another motorola....

 

to bad to, because they have great radios

Motorola has been the best at updating their devices as of late.  Now that they're Google-owned, you can expect them to continue pumping out OTAs like madmen.  I had the Samsung since the first Galaxy S (Epic 4G), and I'll tell you that Samsung was pathetic at updating their devices back then.  Now, they're one of the champs when it comes to manufacturers.

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Motorola has been the best at updating their devices as of late.  Now that they're Google-owned, you can expect them to continue pumping out OTAs like madmen.  I had the Samsung since the first Galaxy S (Epic 4G), and I'll tell you that Samsung was pathetic at updating their devices back then.  Now, they're one of the champs when it comes to manufacturers.

had the OG epic to....

 

swore i never would have a sammy again...never bought the s2...but that s3 grabbed my attention....

 

 

now moto, needs a big screen phone.....once you have a note 2......going back is going to be hard

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had the OG epic to....

 

swore i never would have a sammy again...never bought the s2...but that s3 grabbed my attention....

 

now moto, needs a big screen phone.....once you have a note 2......going back is going to be hard

I think the only things that deterred my interest in the Moto X was lack of Triband and small battery capacity. When the G2 was around the corner with both of those, the option was gone for me. Was considering the M8 for awhile but HTC seems to have a history of bringing inconsistent hardware on their devices and as of late, their RF performs just average.

 

Sent from my LG-G2

 

 

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had the OG epic to....

 

swore i never would have a sammy again...never bought the s2...but that s3 grabbed my attention....

 

 

now moto, needs a big screen phone.....once you have a note 2......going back is going to be hard

After the Moment, I was ruined for Samsung. But, if the rumors are even 80% true, the Galaxy S5 may be a beast.

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