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April 28, 2022, 6:24 p.m. | /u/Asshai

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I'm especially interested in Motorola: I saw it was acquired by Lenovo, which I have avoided like the plague since the privacy breaches and backdoors found on their computers. At this point I don't trust that brand at all.

Now Motorola sells cell phones at a price point that I can agree with and I would like to know: is there any reason to consider that a Motorola device might be worse than a LG, Samsung or Google device?

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