My own short review of Moto G: SPECTACULAR
1.It's FAST. Really. The apps load and snap in a way that makes the security-phobic OSs jealous.
2.Display is BRIGHT. At lowest brightness or at 15% it's perfectly visible indoors, there is little reflection.
3.Camera is far from high-end, but far from low-end as well. The interface is very intuitive and helps a lot with taking quick pictures. Touch to snap, hold to snap burst shots. Slide left for settings, slide right for gallery. Keep It Simple, Stupid. Plus, it's separate from the Gallery app so you get to install a better gallery app (I suggest QuickPic) and get rid of a useless -IMHO- implementation of a gallery.
4.Loudspeaker and headset is LOUD. You'll hardly miss a notification or a call, nor will you have issues with the call itself unless the carrier's signal is abysmal.
5.Build quality is solid and the handling is superb, beating handsets twice it's price.
6.KK upgrade already rolling.
7.VFM is plain unbeatable.
My only complain lies with the USB Host capabilities: They are limited to read-only for flash drives, possibly because the mounting's done by a file manager instead of the OS itself. USB Mice and Keyboards work like a charm. Hopefully an update will help on that front, I wouldn't like to root and void warranty just for that.
any moto g user tell me how is the camera quality of this phone? if compare to sony xperia m, picture quality of this phone is good or not.
Frank24, 01 Jan 2014Guys can anyone specify what all accessories do we get inside the box? and also about the batt... moreYou only get a USB cable for charging and transfering data, nothing else. Headset, charger etc has to be bought separately. Check for any Moto G Unboxing video sin youtube.
i got moto g in last week and up date to kitkat. This is very nice phone. Hi frnds can any one tell me hoe to connect internet from desktop to moto g
NIK 88, 01 Jan 2014Lot of persons asked if Moto G is going to launch in their country. I found the list of countr... moreHere more info. Who will get Moto G first
Wave 1: Brazil, UK, Spain, Italy, Ireland, Belgium, Germany, Colombia, Canada, Peurto Rico, Mexico, Argentina, France, Peru, Chile, Honk Kong, Netherlands, Singapore.
Wave 2: US, India, Guatemola, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Qatar, Malaysia, Costa Rica, Australia, Honduras, Ghana, New Zealand, El Salvador, Kuwait, Indonesia, Panama, Oman, Ecuador, Uruguay, Jordon, Venezuala, Paraguay, Dominican Republic , UAE.
We’re bringing you more info as we get it
Lot of persons asked if Moto G is going to launch in their country. I found the list of country that Moto G will be launched. This list may change later on. So here is the link
Is this available in the Philippines? Where can I be able to purchase one?
Guys can anyone specify what all accessories do we get inside the box? and also about the battery life.
I bought this phone while my Samsung Galaxy Flagship gets fixed.
FOR $200 THIS PHONE DOESNT LEAVE YOU WANTING! (unless you want more than 8GB storage)
The camera's low light performance is OK, It has a flash!
Great Phone, it's trimmed Android experience is faster than a touchwiz SGS-IV.
Battery life is phenomenal even 3G gaming.
Gaming on the Moto g is smoother than a SGS-III
It has a FM Radio!
GPS gets your position faster than a SGS-IV.
3G HSPA+ is up to 42Mbit which is faster than your average home internet connection. (same speed as 4G from 2011)
Bluetooth audio streaming quality is just as good as a SGS-IV, But the Moto G transmits title and track info correctly UNLIKE any Galaxy S.
This phone is better than a $200 tablet. enough said.
AnonD-5096, 29 Dec 20131) Moto G has 329 ppi and Nokia 720 has 217 ppi but Nokia 720 has clear black display and also... morehaha..man how can you compare WP OS with Android OS phone..
There are many things which are + in MotoG and - in your 720..Use any Motorola phone with android and you will come to know what it is worth of..
I like Nokia phones also..but after using WP OS for some time it gets monotonous where as with Android.. do whatever you want to do man..!!!
Moto Defy was my first Motorola phone (after Nokia, LG, HTC and Sony) and i love Motorola now..looking forward for Moto G...
which tool do i need to remove the non-removal battery,and hw can i do that?
is there any external non-removal battery available in the market??
Plz tell me@all
AnonD-5096, 29 Dec 20131) Moto G has 329 ppi and Nokia 720 has 217 ppi but Nokia 720 has clear black display and also... morepoint 4 is BS. I still got an old Moto Defy running CM11 (Kitkat) very smoothly. It's a single core 1ghz processor.
Why don't you go troll somewhere else. Moto G is a budget phone. a decently specced budget phone. It's not trying to be anything more than that.
sanjay, 30 Dec 2013It will be released in mid January and price are 11300 and13600 for 8gb and 16gb respectively.still they did't announce officially
I had an HTC One for 6 months, and it was the best I have had by a long shot. It was stolen, and there was no way I could shell out for another one. I used my old iPhone 4S for a while, but felt like I went from a Ferrari to a go cart. I got the Moto G about a month ago, and felt back in business again! It is not quite the HTC One, but it is barely off a step! I have no complaints about it, and there are actually things about the G that I like better, like battery life, and the almost pure android. The G updated to Kitkat a week ago, and got even better than before! Also, the camera is not a problem for me at all. It almost seems like people are being overly critical of the camera on this phone out of desperation to find a kink in its armor.
I recommend this phone very highly. Motorola really pulled a hat trick with the G.
Quad-core with 1GB RAM is weird. 8/16GB storage with no microsd card support is another disappointment. Maybe it was done to avoid competing with Nexus 5 but still heavy users will struggle go get things done.