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Before it became the cuddly face of Google's handset business, Motorola had a knack of knocking out sweet hardware at low prices. The RAZR M, for instance, combined a svelte body, 4.3-inch display and a nippy Snapdragon S4. When you factor in the $99 price point, you can see that, while it won't have excited spec-hounds, mainstream users would find much to like in the package -- kinda like the Moto X in that regard. When we reviewed it, we showered it with praise for those reasons, but now that you've had some time to get to know this handset, were we right? Share your experiences on the forum.

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