Well I have to say I had high hopes for the #OneM9 but scanning a bunch of the reviews that came out today has me pressing solidly on the brakes of that impulse purchase. The #MotoX is performing well and while it doesn't have the eye catchy design of the One it is a solid, well built, capable, phone. Really aside from aesthetics my biggest gripe would probably have to be the 16 GB. It really makes to feel like 32 GB is the minimum for a smartphone these days. So I'm actually leaning towards holding on to the MotoX a bit longer now and seeing what comes of these LG Nexus 6 replacement rumors starting to fly.
Phone Arena actually compared the M9 and MotoX http://www.phonearena.com/reviews/HTC-One-M9-vs-Motorola-Moto-X-2014_id3961
And of course you can find reviews at Engadget, The Verge, you name it basically.
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