srinathtr, 06 Feb 2014this comes up with non-removable battery. huge drawback of this mobile.Non removable battery is not a drawback! Most of the high end phones have non removable battery!also.... Then why is iPhone a huge success?!
RT, 06 Feb 2014which phone should I buy Xperia L or moto g? plz help :(Moto g
this comes up with non-removable battery.
huge drawback of this mobile.
1GB ram is not enough.Phone will restart over n over again for sure.
Apps like Skype alone consume 300mb ram.
Hi guys how about micromax A117 magnus against this moto g. which is the one for better choice plz let me know your valuable ans.
In my opinion moto g's best competitor is xperia m.I'm using xperia m it's the best no doubt.but in specs moto g beat that xm in my xm the only misadvantage is its low internal memory.so I'm going to buy moto g.in my xm I played gt racing 2,iron man 3,and frontline commando etc.but it never hanged.but I played 1 after 1 but in moto g I'll play it all together.so happy.recommend to everyone.enjoy it.
Mike, 05 Feb 2014I bought Moto G 16G two days ago. I had to charge the battery. After a full charging I use it ... moreAndroid takes couple weeks before you see issues. At first it will be fast and stable but later will have stutter, force closes, and hangs. Wait and see.
Good ! Motorola built quality. Optimum specifications.
But just for one reason ..would not go for buying this.
These days with the advent of watching recorded videos on the go...the minimum required Memory is 32 GB . Either it should be in built or there should be a slot to expand the memory.
Motorola could have used the space for Second SIM (in dual Sim version) as Memory expansion slot for Single Sim version.
non removable battery nd no external sd card slot.....
chance kam hai
That is my expected date for arrival of my Moto G too! BTW it's a 16 GB.
I just got my new Moto G and I want to mention that it does have Wifi-Direct and it has got the latest Android KitKat already too :)
I m sure this is going to b a huge hit in smartphone line up,in India hope i'l have one of it asap...bt out stock:(
I bought Moto G 16G two days ago. I had to charge the battery. After a full charging I use it about 12 hours, full display & WIFI working for updates, soft from Play Store, configuration, etc. The next day I spoke, with Blue tooth car kit, about 2-3 hours, checking email time to time by WIFI and DATA and after a day, in the evening I had to recharge it. I really think that's extraordinary for a dual. It work very easy, no stops. I am impressed. The display is wonderful, very good resolution. On one of the hills were every time I lost the signal, with Moto G I didn't had this kind of problems. The phone is very smooth in my hand. I am happy that I took the decision to buy it. It's true, I there's no access to battery, but if I'll need, in time, Motorola offers cases with supplementary batteries. It's very OK. I'm pleased.