SUPER STAR, 29 Nov 2013is moto g having a version on dual sim available in market now?In certain markets
If you like bloatware go for s3! If you like optimized performance for a great price go for the G!
jamal, 28 Nov 2013well i would choose the galaxy s3 since it's more powerful and now you can get kitkat on an s3... moremoto g got software update guarantee but s3 doesn't...look at the spec between nexus 4 and s3....almost everyone filed so much of complaints about lagging issue and others but nexus doesn't....BTW, motorola has full of experience in making phones but samsung just know to develop only and not to stabilize and advancing all of it...for example, like BADA OS....all BADA users suffer lagging issue and updates...trust me, i was using the phone and make my days like lost in the forest with a phone that out of juice[lagging and freeze]
heart robber, 28 Nov 2013What about android version?It Tells you under the Features section what the OS is, cant you read?
AnonD-77011, 28 Nov 2013guys I have to choose this phone or galaxy s3, which one do you think it's better? in my count... morewell i would choose the galaxy s3 since it's more powerful and now you can get kitkat on an s3 but you have to take it to your network and ask them my friend has done it with his!
Plays all big games very well! Little bit of lag in SG Deadzone on ultra high graphics - but what midrange phone doesnt! Worth the money!
1- Built-in rechargeable lithium-ion, 2070 mAh
Mixed usage up to 24 hours.
2- 4.5 inches diagonal (11.3 cm)
1280 x 720 HD, 329 ppi.
3- 720p HD video (front and rear)
Capture 30 fps (MPEG4, H.264)
Playback 30 fps (MPEG4, H.263, H.264, VP8)
AnonD-77011, 28 Nov 2013guys I have to choose this phone or galaxy s3, which one do you think it's better? in my count... moreThe Moto G is better in most cases against the S3, but your sacrificing NFC, expandable memory, having an AMOLED screen. But if you can survive without those, you will do fine
Well... I don't have much experience in the Smartphone market, only 1 year with a xPeria U and few touches on a s3 mini and a nexus 4, so...
It's insanely faster than the xU with ICS, also a lot faster than the s3 mini in everyday tasks (installing apps, switching from apps, downloading and reading files... feels more fluid and responds more quickly), just like the nexus 4, but I had no time to try a heavy workload or games.
I think that if you need a lot of storage, a good camera or like the AMOLED display, go with the s3. If you want performance (a lot of people blame the UI from Samsung phones as laggy) and cleaner software, go with moto G (and save some bucks)!