Good beginning from Lenovo, but still little short. Why ? See kit kat uses a lot of internal memory, so 8 Gb internal is just about good enough. So naturally everything else goes to memory card. so far so good. The problem is that some applications automatically save everything in the internal memory, like what's app, anything downloaded from google by some apps. So with mpeg4s and full HD internal memory gets exhausted rather quickly. Everyone is not so tech savvy as to search the downloaded files in the internal memory and then transfer these to the ext. memory card. The result is that the phone memory gets full rather soon and then phone will become slow and even hang !!
With kit-kat internal memory should be nothing short of 32 mb if anyone wants to compete with 'the Notes' otherwise they would be a naught. See mostly people buying such big devices are those who have fancy for them. They are also the people who would also have a lot of baggage and so naturally they would go for something which is big in everyway esp. memory and fast processor huge RAM etc.
The Moto G is about to launch globally and Lenovo does this. Low-mid range specs with those prices? How did they come up with that? And they're not even one of the top brands. Are they trying to fool people with the "pricier=better" logic? If so, then it's not going to work. There are a lot of better phones for those prices. Consumers are not that dumb.
beckon, 12 Dec 2013Quite expensive for such a mediocre specs.As compared to???