aldo, 30 Jan 2014hi! i am looking for a dualsim phone and in my country i have at the same price motorola mot... moreyou can happily Buy moto g @5 feb ,moto g specs easily beat the htc desire 500 and galaxy core
Product of the year(2013) -> Motorola moto g
Isn't it enough for you??? Don't waste your time by searching reviews and opinions. Try to get one fast dudes...
so now since lenovo has bought the company from google,do we go to lenovo service centers if we have issues with this mobile after buying it?
just heard that, Lenovo will buy Motorola.
my question is that, after buying motorola would lenovo continue the production of Moto G??
i bought this phone in UK yesterday, for £100. I am very impressed, from battery life (excellent), camera (very good) to general usage, it is a fantastic phone for the price. I previously had an S3 and i cannot tell the difference between the two.
I would highly recommend this phone to anyone who is considering it. And no, I do not work in the telecommunications industry. Just a customer pleased with price and phone.
Happy news for Indian Moto G Fans:-
Motorola revealed list of service centres for India officially.. :)
The motorola provides updated kitkat 4.4 in Brazil until the end of January,
but not updated Moto G. Consumers are being hurt.
Motorola has taken a providence.
Yep. Lenovo has already said that Motorola will keep it's identity, which would make sense from a business point of view. As for the Moto G, I really like it and think it is wonderful, and even more so because of it's fantastic price.
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AnonD-216843, 30 Jan 2014That's where my concern also lies.
Though lenovo was the forth highest grosser in this quarte... moreso many concerns, and tomorrow u cross the road and are run over by a bus and you are gone...
mate, live the present; phone is being produced by Moto, they still have a strategy and pipeline of phones and software for one or two years. Things won't change overnight.
besides,people rarely keep smartphones for more than two years. Buy what you want know and enjoy it, as you are still alive... and then, when you outgrown it, think of it "then"