Motorola has managed to deliver a premium experience in smart phone with an affordable price tag. But this time Motorola the Google Owned Company has come up with something cheaper, more powerful and beautiful. The New Motorola Moto G the little sibling of the recently released Moto X. The New Motorola Moto G is a budget phone based on pure android no custom user interface this time by Motorola. Most of the budget phone use to run the out-dated version of android Gingerbread but this time surprisingly Moto G is packed with Android version 4.3 which has promised to be upgradeable to Android 4.4 (Kitkat).
Motorola Moto G
So, here’s a question What do you expect form a budget phone a dual-core processor, 5 MP of camera, a big enough screen or something better than that but this time Motorola has managed to give the world more than this the Moto G is packed with a brilliant 4.5 inches High definition 720p Display and a Quad-core processor for smooth working of the phone without any lags.
Highlights of the Motorola Moto G:
- 1.2 GHz Cortex-A7 Quad-core processor
- 4.5inch HD 720p Display
- Android v4.3 Out of the Box
- 5 MP rear Camera
- 1.3 MP front facing camera
- 8 and 16 GB Storage
Display and Body:
The Moto G has a 720p High Definition LCD display with a pixel density of 329ppi. The display has a protecting layer of Coring Gorilla glass 3. The Display is real crisp and bright helping the user to read in any light condition. The 4.5inches display is almost perfect for reading as well as Gaming. Colours are intense, whites are white and black levels are very deep. Viewing angle is good. The device does not attract fingerprints due to the gorilla glass layer on the top.
So as like the Nexus there is no branding on the front just the earpiece grille and front facing camera on the top and the show stealing 4.5inch 720p display. The matte finish back cases are great allowing user to get great grip and comfort holding the device. The build quality of the device is very good comparing to the price of the device.
Sound and Camera:
The Speakers of the Moto G are located just beside the 5MP shooter on the back. The volume was loud enough to hear. The sound came from the device was clear and crisp.
Processor, Battery and Software:
Talking about the hardware, the Motorola Moto G is packed with some good things. It is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor clocked at 1.2 GHz Quad-core CPU. The Games played on the New Moto G were very smooth there was no lag at all thanks to the Adreno 305 Graphic processor which handled graphics very beautifully. The device is running android v4.3 which is jellybean out of the box and Motorola has promised user that they will certainly get an update to the recently released Android version 4.4 (Kitkat).
The device is available in standard 8GB version and also in 16GB version and Motorola also offer buyers two Years 50 GB of Google drive space. The Device is packed with 1GB of RAM. It has features like Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS, GLONASS and much more. The Moto G is backed with 2,070mAh battery which is non-removable and will support you for one day on moderate as well as busy use. The Device lacks micro SD card slot which may be disappointing for some user but that’s not an issue you can certainly buy the 16GB model.
My Final verdict to the Motorola’s Moto G
It is not a High-end phone but can perform like one. Leaving its rival far back in price tag as well in performance. The Moto G is compared to the HTC Mini, Galaxy express and many more. The phone is just a blast at such a price range and the update to Android v4.4 is a sweet gift from Motorola. The device is available with various coloured back panel giving user to customize according to their need and like.
The Motorola Moto G is priced very low. It is available with an unlocked price of $179 for the 8GB model and $199 for the 16GB version which is a best buy at this price range.
Dhruvin is our gaming expert. His expertise and understanding in the gaming world and technology is a class apart and hence writes for the Games section of Above Android. He is hooked on to android games when not writing.