AaronVCX, 11 Jun 2017You can find them on display at some Lenovo outlets too. I managed to fiddle with a Moto Z pla... morewoo, i'm usually very reserved to get my hands on display units because I don't like being seen as "wanting to buy" a phone and getting approached by sales reps.
Aloof, 09 Jun 2017motoz's are actually on display at directd.. wish i could go play themYou can find them on display at some Lenovo outlets too. I managed to fiddle with a Moto Z play. Wasnt impressed with the camera though.
bruhny, 03 Jun 2017I'd rather get this than a cheap Chinese phone that offers similar specs/price because at leas... moreMotorola is owned by Chinese company Lenovo so technically Motorola is chinese brand :-)
I'd rather get this than a cheap Chinese phone that offers similar specs/price because at least Motorola updates most of their phones.
Aloof, 03 Jun 2017Well I wish your shop exists in Malaysia because damn I need to get my hands on Moto phones be... moreSame here. And i wished they released the g5 instead of the g5 plus. Hoping the Moto C plus comes to Malaysia now.
George Boricean, 02 Jun 2017This is an essential phone. It's for beginners in Android who don't care about RAM screen reso... moreWell I wish your shop exists in Malaysia because damn I need to get my hands on Moto phones before buying any of them. There are no display units here.
Has to be good phone with a Nougat OS, whilst $400 Oppo phone are still Marshmallow
So stupid, you can literally get a Moto g4 on amazon unlocked for $130 and it's way better than this
lol what is motorola thinking? I bought a g4 play for $100 in the US last year and it's waay better than this pos. This should not cost more than $50.
Force Majeure, 02 Jun 2017Not to mention Redmi 4X, for $20 more.What About Galaxy S5 2nd Hand In This Price..... Still S5 Not Bad At This Price Amoled Display, USB 3.0, Heart Sensor, Removable Battery Bigger Battery Etc etc Far Better Than This :)
On the face of it, Xiaomi phones offer better value for the same money, but they fall short in one crucial factor: availability.
It isn't each getting a Xiaomi phone with those ridiculous online flash sales, except for Bangalore where they have a proper store.
Phones may have awesome specs, but they are virtually useless if they are not easily available to customers.
And Moto will only stand to benefit as long as it ensures easy and quick availability of phones.
This is an essential phone. It's for beginners in Android who don't care about RAM screen resolution etc. The price is good IMO for a brand new phone (not imported from China), a clean Android experience and reliable Motorola quality. I own a shop a we sell a lot of Motorola phones because they are very reliable and only very few come faulty compared to Samsung, Huawei, Sony, LG (not to mention chinese cheap crap).
the resolution is ok if they put 3.5-4.0" screen size. ram should be 2gb.. one could get a better spec phone at the same price range..