Motorola Ups its Budget Game with the New Moto G


In the year 2013, Motorola altered the dynamics of the entry level phone market forever along with Moto G. about 2 years and 2 versions later, the Moto G is not just an entry level device anymore. Actually this is a decent mid-range providing the price of a beginner model.

Currently Moto G puts its weight behind its design more than any other feature. Primarily Motorola’s turned out popular and rather restricted customization Moto Maker service is coming to the Moto G. Although, in spite of the plans of expansion, it will not be available anywhere. Yet, it is something unheard of for a budget device and includes a little of personal touch.

As usual the display option of this device comes with 5” with 720p HD resolution with protection from Gorilla Glass 3. As well there is LTE support as default currently, and this device is a Dual SIM integrated.

As well this device is made with water protection, with the device currently submersible underwater for up to 30 minuts at a meter’s depth, thanks to IPX7 certification. As well on the back this device comes with a 13 Megapixel sensor including with a dual-tone LED Flash and on the front facing it carries 5 Megapixel shooter upfront.

Underneath its processor has been upgraded to a 1.4 Ghz 64-bit Snapdragon 410 unit, including with a 2 GB/16 GB or a 1 GB/8 GB RAM-storage combination. There going to be a microSD card slot for expansion by 32 GB.

As was expected, the phone runs on near-stock Android 5.1.1 Lollipop on the software side, with a few apps such as Motorola Camera, Connect and Assist from the manufacturer’s side. Hence, the phone remains one of the cheapest phones to provide near-Nexus experience.

As it was anticipated, the device runs on near stock Android 5.1.1 Lollipop on the software side, including with a few apps like Motorola Camera, Connect and Assist from the company’s side. Therefore, the device remains among the costless devices to bring out near Nexus experience.

The connectivity option of this device comes with LTE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GPS. Battery is upgraded to 2,470 mAh. As the price wise, this device is going to priced at $179.99 for the 1 GB/ 8 GB variant and $219.99 for the better 2 GB/16 GB version.

Moto G

Moto G


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