I is an amazing phone, I bought this phone two weeks ago and The 4G TLE is really fast, Moto G 4G LTE is the bestest of low pricing 4G phones.
i just got it and I love it. the previous phone was a 4.0.3 so 4.4.4 is also new. what i really like is the power management. i would say after 2 days, android finally learned "its not about the muscle, its about the brain". as far as i can tell, the phone with heavy usage (new phone so i use it really often), after one day is still 49%. the camera is awsome. not the best, but the whitebalance is good, even with flash. and the hdr auto makes surprisingly good pictures. the display is better then expected. i currently use it oves seas, in europe and the 3g upto 21mbps is working too and of course the 4g is not. the phone is fast, the memory and storage is fast, fast and do what a smartphone should do. i had to disable some unnecessary preinstalled apps, but nothing extra. the moto spotlight is annoying, but otherwise accepatble. at the moment i recommend for everybody.
Xenin, 22 Sep 2014i have some questions about it.. 1) Does it suppports 3g video calling that means native vi... moreI can't answer all your questions, but I'll answer what I can. I'm in the USA so I really don't know about price in other places. It should support video calling, such as Skype, as it has a front facing camera. The battery is pretty good. I get through a day of heavy use, but that's about it. If the phone hangs bad (probably won't) just turn it off and wait a little, turn it back on. Just like rebooting a computer. The speaker is in the back and loud, but nothing compares to the HTC One and it's dual speakers in sound quality. Calls are good and reception is good. Some of that depends on your carrier, however. You won't get LTE as the LTE bands are designed for North America,and may or may not get 3G.It doesn't get 1800 band 3G, only 2G, so unless you are in an are getting 900 band 3G, you won't get 3G. You would be better off getting the Global Version of the Moto G (1st or 2nd Gen).
Hi Guys just got my Moto G with card slot. Question can I use my existing Sat Nav which is Co-Pilot?
does motorolla will reduce moto g 2nd gen ph cost at d time of diwali? anyone guess it so?.....
I have XT1039 Moto G LTE model (8Gb)
Can anyone tell me if this NModel has a working micro - HDMI TV out port so I can get a TV adapter to show output on my TV?
If it does - can anyone name the compatible TV adapter that will work please!
i have some questions about it..
1) Does it suppports 3g video calling that means native video calling..??
2) Does it support 3g network in bangladesh..??
3) Is it available in Thailand..?? how is the price..??
4) How is the battery backup of this phone..?? as it has a non removable battery, if the phn hangs what to do then..??
5) How is the sound quality both in calling and music..??
thanx in advance.. :)
sam, 20 Sep 2014is this phone has an extended card slot!!!!Yes. It supports up to 32gb, but can probably handle 64gb. Just make sure you get a decent memory card. It's been having issues reading cheap no name brands. I have a 32gb card in mine and it's been just great. :)
Anonymous, 18 Sep 2014K thnk u and you expected how much cost of the moto g 2nd gen lte Sorry, didn't read your question all the way. If they come out with an LTE Moto G 2nd Generation, it will probably follow the same pattern of pricing and be around $220. At least that's what I've been hearing.
Anonymous, 18 Sep 2014K thnk u and you expected how much cost of the moto g 2nd gen lte The new Moto G 2nd Generation is on the Motorola website for $179.99. It's a great price, but I don't want to give up my LTE, and I like my screen size just fine. I'll pass. :)
I think the Moto G 4G is a great phone and a good value of money as well. I've got it a month ago and so far no bad issues yet. I often stream videos ie. Netflix, Youtube etc. and quality is pretty good!
E3, 13 Sep 2014I will get either this phone or the 2nd gen, but will there be any major downsides with this p... moreAnother thing, the camera isn't great, but not as bad as a lot of reviewers say it is. Will it compare to the Samsung Galaxy S5 or high end Nokia Luminas? Nope, but it works just fine for posting to Facebook, instagram, and such. The shutter is slow, but in good lighting you can get good pictures. As a real example, myself and two friends were at a festival earlier this year. The sun was bright. My pictures were coming out quite a bit better than my friend with his Note 3. My other friend had a Samsung Galaxy S4, and my pictures under those conditions were only slightly inferior to hers. Just a real perspective. Moto Gs or even the Moto Xs don't have great cameras. If you take a lot of pictures and really need a good camera, you should probably get a camera. :)