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Old 11-01-2017, 11:11 AM
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Default Moto X 2nd gen (2014) user - what's a good next phone?

I kinda want to upgrade my phone, but stay with a new Moto because I like their screen notifications and general Moto environment, which is basically as close to stock Android as possible i.e. no bloatware. I had the Moto X 1st gen as well before the 2nd.

The main thing that bugs me is that anything newer is physically bigger with huge screens and it's not that great for EDC. The G5 Plus seems like a lateral progression, and it's only slightly bigger, specs wise it's a minor upgrade. I've seen some new reviews of the new Moto X4, but isn't really an X/flagship phone, nothing that great but it is still pretty manageable size-wise....I'm not into the whole glass case trend that seems prevalent. The Moto Z line looks cool, but they're even bigger. Don't know if I'd ever use their Moto Mods.

Part of me thinks it's not worth it, as my Moto X 2nd gen is still working fine and does what it needs to do.

1st world probs yo!
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