Admirable but ended to be disappointing
It’s un-worthy to recall the fun times back when I was had a Motorola phone, model Moto X, which was so versatile and splendid. I loved the cool accessories that I had bought for the phone like my wireless Bluetooth connectivity device and some cool headphones which I were always in my ears whenever I went strolling in the evening or when playing mobile games using the phone. Having loved the Motorola Company since my first mobile phone which was manufactured by them, it was a surprise to me to receive this phone as a present from my mom on my 18th birthday.
The phone was so amazing and really surpassed the expectations that I had previously thought about it when I first saw a commercial about it. The cool apps, unique interface and the sleekness of the phone left a lot to be desired. This was what made me to be in love with the phone.
Even before I had started operating it I could allocate some of its advantages; it had smooth and responsive touch screen, two cameras on the front and rear sides and other cool features such as the 4.4 launch operating system, fast processor, high resolution camera 4 megapixel rear camera, fantastic keyboard, good battery life time and it was simple to hold due to its pleasant design. The one and only disadvantage I came across was that its smack screen would wake up too frequently.
It became everything to me; it was my companion. However, the more I loved using it the more I lost my social personality. This is one thing that my dad noted and one day while having a talk with him about my performance at school which had become dismal, I got lost into chatting with the phone as I feigned to be listening. When he realized that I was not paying attention he grabbed the phone and crushed it on the wall so hard that it broke completely.
He was really mad and left me. When I went to pick up the bits, the phone was badly managed. I couldn’t contemplate staying without it.
Six months without another phone passed until one day, after my performance had improved, dad came in the evening and gave me some money to buy a new phone.
I was frustrated after going to shop for the replica of the phone only to find that the Motorola Company had become extinct and they were producing no more. With no other alternative which I felt would be good enough, I decided to buy a second hand phone of the same model.
To date I still think that I am among other many Motorola worldwide customers whom got frustrated when they faded.