1. Are you ready for the Galaxy S20? Here is everything we know so far!

Is this the Google owned Moto phone?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by DDave, Jul 26, 2013.

  1. DDave

    DDave Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    When Google acquired Motorola mobility wasnt there some thoughts that Google would be able to better control some of their devices? Do we know if this phone (Droid Maxx) is one of those phones?
     

    Advertisement

  2. phonebuddy

    phonebuddy Newbie

    My understanding was that Verizon has more of a hand in the upcoming Maxx, Ultra and Mini. And then the Moto X is where Google is playing its hand. I really don't know, though :\ just thought I'd reply, haha
     
  3. Outatime

    Outatime Android Expert

    This would have been my next phone. 720p vs S4's 1080p screen ruined it.
     
  4. mistermojorizi

    mistermojorizi Android Enthusiast

    eh, i've already had a pentile samsung screen. i'll take 720p nonpentile. this isn't a 40 inch tv.
     
  5. Outatime

    Outatime Android Expert

    You actually have me thinking about the Droid Maxx again because you have a point. I think that I might check out the Droid before I pull the trigger on my next upgrade.

    Upgrade time is always so exciting!! LOL
     
  6. Old Member

    Old Member Android Expert

    My ONLY hesitation (as if I have one) is the fact that it will be locked up tighter than the crown jewels. Motorola is known for locking down bootloaders and with Verizon's flat hatred of unlocked devices, I believe it's going to be VERY difficult to root MY phone.

    Both my Dinc and Gnex were rooted from the beginning. I want to remove any and all bloatware a.s.a.p.
     
  7. OutOfPhase

    OutOfPhase Premium Member

    That was true but the m and RAZR HD and others south the same professor were able to have there boot loaders unlocked through an exploit and djbliss the motorola root expert mentioned a while back that he had can other exploit but did not want to release it yet for fear of it being blocked. I don't know if it will work on the new line of phones but there is hope.
     
  8. Jersey Tom

    Jersey Tom Android Enthusiast

    My Samdung GNex finally became unusable and I had to switch batch to my Droid X. 220 ppi or somewhere around there. Only the slightest hint of pixel edges. In all practicality, plenty crisp.

    Maxx at 300 ppi will be more than enough, just like the GNex at 315 or whatever.

    400+ on the S4 is just a meaningless number, way over kill, no gain (IMO).
     
    Outatime likes this.
  9. Outatime

    Outatime Android Expert

    I've actually completely changed my tune since I posted that. When I started looking at replacements for my GNex the G4 was the logical upgrade. Then I saw the Droid line. The new Droid/Moto X line of phones is going to be the thing other manufacturers are copying in the next couple (several?) of years. I want to be on the cutting edge. Droid Maxx all the way.
     
Loading...

Share This Page

Loading...