Got the 16GB/2GB version and it works faster than my previous phone (LG K10), despite of having a weaker chipset, and it's cheaper. It supports fast charging and it doesn't heat up much while charging. Battery backup is also very good, the camera is average and not very suitable for low-light conditions due to it's narrow aperture. It gets warm while playing games (casual, not demanding) or updating several apps. It didn't crashed once. Moto Display is very useful and a worthy alternative to the notification LED. Very good audio quality but I found the speaker a bit quiet. I haven't experienced network issues so far.
All in all, it's a fine budget phone and it's worth buying it (for the people who's considering to buy it of course).
Prateek1105ps, 20 Sep 2016Is there same slot for sim2 and sd card or there is another dedicated slot for sd card?There are total 3 slots......one for the SD card and two for the micro sim. The SD card slot is directly above sim 1 slot, and sim 2 slot is separate.
Aplusk, 19 Sep 2016G4 play has GK40 battery, can we use moto e3 power GK50 battery in g4 play ?Yes, you can use but you cant get that standby time.
G4 play has GK40 battery, can we use moto e3 power GK50 battery in g4 play ?
bought this phone a few days back
very nice, solid built, smooth operation (no lag), dual sim ( both 4G),
overall a great budget phone, with all necessary features. i hope it gets android N update
only function missing is LED notification
Tech Mate, 17 Sep 2016I've been looking out for a device under 10K. Actually i'm quite impressed. but every device h... moreYou are tru that every device has pros n cons......first...Moto does not said about protection like gorilla or dragon trail glass.......it doesn't have a FP scanner but you are getting a reliable brand motorola unlike xiaomi.....go for it....it will serve you good
Manjunathan, 17 Sep 2016dual simthe USA version moto g4 play that came out two days ago is not dual sim