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General Rant: Moto-X vs. Droid MAXX Pricing

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by tbhausen, Sep 19, 2013.

  1. tbhausen

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    I love this review. Best one I've seen so far. This is an honest cut-to-the-chase look at what this phone is. Pity that most of the other reviewers were bought off by whomever to bash this device in favor of the Moto X.

    I cannot imagine someone buying the Droid Maxx and being disappointed.
     
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    Great video..

    Quick question, what wireless charger are you using??
     
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    It looks like the Ghost 100. Other than aesthetics, what does the X have on the Max? Nothing I can think of!
     
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    The question was NOT directed at me, but I thought I would let you know that I recently purchased the NOKIA DT-900 Wireless Charging Pad from Amazon. It worked on the first try with my MAXX that has the Diztronic Matte Back Black Flexible TPU Case on it (also purchased from Amazon). Just set the MAXX on the pad, the light illuminates on the Pad so you know it is charging (with the MAXX silenced) and once the MAXX is fully charged, the light goes off. If the MAXX is not silenced, it lets you know it is charging.

    Really neat and convenient.
     

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