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Today's trawl into the annals of gadget history takes us to the first Moto X, a device that, at the time, we believed would be a turning point for Google and Android. After all, it was the first device Motorola had released since Google swallowed the firm, and came with some notable features. Between Moto Maker, the Active Display and those "always on" features, it felt as if other smartphone makers had all been placed on notice. By now, of course, we all know how that turned out. If you bought one, you're likely to have plenty of opinions about it, so why not hop over to our forum and tell the world what you would have done differently?

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