Rah, 24 Feb 2014When the battery damege how will return it ???moto batteries not damages. if its then go to service centre.
Hi, is there "SWIPE Keyboard" option in MOTO G? Anyone please reply. Thanks!
I am so confused...should i go moto g or not....motorola already hve service centers then y they open new one....when i talked to costonmer support they say sir already we hve centers just like noida, lko,kanpur, etc....then hw about after sale service and one more consern about battery backup plz help me....
Hey guys can anyone tell me is it avialable in flipkart....in flipkart it has only reserve now button....
Please tell me about moto g mobile signal catching capacity. Is there any problem in its signal catching in india.
Please help me friend.
amanda, 23 Feb 2014hi there i just read your reveiw and it really answered some my questions. but in terms of int... moreIn terms of internet browsing and YouTube videos, the experience is exactly same on xperia SP and moto g. Videos are actually better on moto g because of better viewing angles. Yes, there is an led notification light on g. Yes, you can send music via Bluetooth and the sound quality is good. I had a 16gb card in my sp which I'm using in my tablet now. You get only about 12.9gb with the moto which is enough if you don't play heavy games or like to watch full movies on a phone.
I am not intrestd in playing games..only listning music and watching movies shoul i go with motog or canvas 4
Most amazing device I have had in this price range. Got it because my S3 became horrible after the carrier forced update to 4.3 Jellybean. I'm using this Moto G on KitKat 4.4.2 with no problems. I planned on going back to my S3 after the software fix or next update, but I may not now. The S3 has the better camera, but I really don't take a lot of pictures so that isn't a big deal and the camera is decent and better with the KitKat upgrade. If you really need a good camera, use a real camera. I've put my Moto G and S3 side by side with the same wallpaper,both at 50% brightness and the Moto G display looked better. I thought the lack of expandable storage might be an issue, but it hasn't been. Just make sure you spend the extra money for the 16gb version. My battery life has been pretty good. I make it through the day with no problem. Lasts longer than my S3 with it's stock battery and a lot longer than my co-worker's Nexus 5 that people love to compare this to. Wish the RAM was 2GB, but I rarely have any hanging, and cuts had to be made somewhere to justify the cost of the Moto X. The G also doesn't have LTE or NFC. The first isn't a big deal as my speeds are fast enough and the latter I never used on my S3 so I don't miss it. I should also note that I work in an area where reception isn't great, but I can get solid reception while my co-workers with their S4s, S3s, Notes, HTCs, and iPhones have issues holding on to a signal. Most of us are on the same carrier. Anyway, it's a great device, especially for the price without a contract.