Ethyriel wrote:I got a Nexus 5 on release day, but man, I'd have been tempted if the Moto G was out then. I'm seriously hoping Google has a smaller Nexus next year, made by Motorola. I like the N5, but it's really not my preferred form factor.
Ethyriel wrote:I don't care about the SD slot, but I would like a removable battery. This is the first phone I've had without one, and every other smart phone I've owned has needed a replacement at some point. I guess if an SD slot comes along for the ride, I wouldn't mind and might even use it.
I want a Moto Nexus more because I want a Moto X class phone (or what it will be in a year) for Nexus prices.
The Moto G’s run time is acceptably long, but it's not what I’d call marathon-worthy longevity.
In anecdotal tests, the phone managed to play an HD video file for 7 hours and 52 minutes before expiring.
The Moto X, on the other hand, stuck to its guns for over 10 hours playing the same video.
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