"Another Motorola phone that could have been great."1.5 starson by MyNameIsDavid
Pros: -Top Notch Specs
-Best Keyboard To Date
-Good LTE Radio Reception
Cons: -Small Non-Removable Battery in an LTE phone? Are you kidding me?
-No Hardware Shutter Button
Summary: Motorola seems to have a history of taking solid hardware and then ruining it with awful software and terrible decisions. In this case, the terrible decisions are having a non-removable battery (which might have actually been forgivable if it was more like the RAZR MAXX at 3,000 mAh) and the locked bootloader.
Under heavy use, this phone will only last a few hours if you're lucky (not unusual for an LTE phone) and, unless you're at a charger, you're done. You cannot easily replace the battery. No upgrading it. No swapping it out for a fresh battery. What happens when your battery stops working entirely? You have to either send it in for a "refurbished" model, a "repair", or void your warranty by taking your phone apart and replacing it yourself (provided you can actually find a replacement battery).
This could have been one of the greatest phones ever made if Motorola had not made such a terrible decision with the battery. I really wish Motorola would just put out another phone that was more like the original Droid: Hardware camera button, unlockabe unencrypted bootloader, and best of all: stock Android! That is the phone that saved Motorola, I don't understand why they don't repeat that success.