Motorola's Unlocked Moto G Smartphone Heads to U.S. Ahead of Schedule

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TinyVK

HAS ANY ONE GOTTEN THIS PRODUCT FROM THEIR WEBSITE IN THE LAST 10 DAYS?
I ordered the new G from the site on the 11/29 and have not received anything yet. Their order processing and support issue resolvement is so messed up, I think Google should ask for a refund of their purchase of Motorola.

40 years in High Tech and I have never experienced such horrible support from a Tech Vendor. The NEW Motorola makes even OCZ (now gone) look good. Wow. Would love to try their product, but I doubt I will ever get one from their web site. What a waste of time and money

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vrmlbasic

I'm still perplexed as to why Google decided not to give us expandable storage on this. Same with the software buttons as it looks like there is a sizable amount of unused "black space" between the base of the screen and the edge of the phone.

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kixofmyg0t

I prefer software buttons. They don't take up as much screen space as you think and they disappear when you're watching videos anyway. Plus software buttons are customizable.

All Nexus devices are like that. That's the way Android is supposed to be.

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Weo

Why offer consumers the ability to store data when you are pushing your cloud data storage services? Hopefully the independent phone manufacturers don't compromise with the OS companies to remove storage options (and carriers wanting to remove SIM expandability). I'm with you. Easily removable SIM, battery, storage on my past, present, and future smart phones.

As a side note, although not in many 'brick and mortar' stores, a $2 USB OTG cable purchased lets many people use thumb drives, micro SD readers, etc. if removable storage is a necessity. It just sucks to have to whip all that out if you are accessing files on the go.

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jason2393

My carrier's never been good at 4G support anyway, I'm always within range of wifi, and I bought a Chromebook, so I have over 100GB of storage in Google Drive. Can't wait for the CDMA version!