Motorola brings the Moto G to those who can’t afford an excessively priced high-end phone. Though not accompanied with camera flash and other haps of flagship device, the Moto G is still a big deal. The device is a robust and no-nonsense handset, not featuring a good luck but neither ugly.
Motorola equips Moto G with a fast processor which runs fairly on the Android OS with an upgraded addition of the latestKitKat.
Shell and Size
It features a decent screen of 4.5 inches with 720p video. The colours aren’t vibrant like Moto X but yes, it does offer you with superb visual experience. With a dimension of 66mmx 130mm x11.6mm, it is not the smallest smartphone but fairly compact weighing around 143gm.
It comes compacted with a battery offering you 8 hours of constant video streaming. Thus, for moderate use, the battery capacity is a lot. Moto G comes decked with 5MP camera offering great picture quality with point and shoot ability. Though it doesn’t come with customised interact, but performance is great. It feature a mid- range processor of Snapdragon 400 1.2GHz with a RAM of 1GB.
The device boasts of two additional apps – Motorola Migrate and Motorola Assist. Designed to make your life simple, both the apps work fairly good. Priced at Euro 135, the Moto G is surely one of the best options for budget friendly buyers