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Nokia Lumia Icon vs Motorola DROID Maxx – One impresses, the other one …

Nokia Lumia Icon vs Motorola DROID Maxx – One impresses, the other one …

Nokia Lumia Icon vs Motorola DROID Maxx – One impresses, the other one …
News from Load The Game:

The recent releases of highly anticipated and top tier phones, such as the Samsung Galaxy S5 or the HTC One M8 have pushed some other potential flagship phones away from the spotlight. Such is the case with the Nokia Lumia Icon, a high-end Windows Mobile phone from Nokia that surprisingly no longer targets the entry-level markets, but instead focuses on high performance, strong specs and a price to match. Motorola has also moved away from the budget Moto G, providing us with an alternative that’s a bit more expensive and is seemingly better. We’re referring to the Motorola DROID Maxx, Motorola’s attempt to right the wrongs of the Motorola DROID Ultra, a smartphone that can’t seem to find its place in the market, and understandably so.

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Motorola’s Googly Of A Phone
News from Businessworld:

These  days  if anyone asks for a recommendation for a decently priced smartphone, I immediately think Moto-something. The Moto X and then the Moto G offered a great Android experience for half the price of other brands. And, now, the Moto E takes the cake.

At Rs 6,999, we have a device that Flipkart ran out of in a day or so. Stocks get replenished, but lapped up again as Android fans on a shoestring budget head to the online store — the only route the Moto E that is available.

Obviously, that means you can’t see and feel it in a shop, but enough reviews and users will tell you that it’s fantastic value for money. There’s no doubt that all the other phone makers squabbling for a share of the sub-Rs 10,000 market now have serious trouble on their hands. The fact that the Moto E is only available online and won’t easily reach first-time buyers in rural India, where Motorola has no mindshare, is the only saving grace for them.

Not light, not heavy, not big, not small — the Moto E is well-built and well-designed. It looks similar to the Moto G and Moto X, though it’s a little thicker and heavier. It’s all excellent material at the front and back, and has the ergonomics down pat. Its glass face — Gorilla Glass 3 — gleams out at you and the back is rubberised; and even though greasy fingers will smear it, you can easily wipe it…………… continues on Businessworld

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