I had the Moto 3 for a few days finding it's battery was hard wired in. Sometimes you just need to pull the battery to fix an error. And it was very bare application wise, good thing not so much stuff you'll never use, bad thing as a simple bar code scanner is handy to have, and only the ones supplied by the manufacture (paid version) work well or at all.
5 Mpix selfi (second) camera, a bit over kill on that one, but I've always liked Motorola's products. The Xoom tablet was very nice and at 10.5" the perfect size.
My Moto3 wouldn't call out from my location and one can see the cell tower from here (not that it's the one used), and had to return it. Just before exchanging it I tried it one last time and it worked; but I didn't live in that city.
Motorola's ToS was very specific in that any info it collected would stay with them and not shared, I LOL'd, Motorola being owned by Google.