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)!
heart robber, 28 Nov 2013What about android version?4.4 kitkat version....
AnonD-210146, 27 Nov 2013There's nothing new ... Just an Other Cheap Device by Google What about android version?
guys I have to choose this phone or galaxy s3, which one do you think it's better? in my country the price difference is about 50 euros(moto g cheaper than gs3)
PAndit, 28 Nov 2013there's only a data cable in the box ... No adopter, no headphones ! That's why it's so cheap ... moreI'm in Brazil and mine came with data cable, earbuds and an adapter to charge from the wall... Bought the 8GB dual-chip version
I am from Bangladesh.. i feel i should go for Symphony xplorer 150 which is less then $~150 got 8GB internal with 32gb extendable SD card.
Y no Card slot? thats too bad.. that is bottle-necking everything. pls come up with a Moto G2
Freefaller™, 26 Nov 2013@ james79 £10 - £15 for a charger? What planet do you live on? I purchased one... moreI must have been thinking about headphones and charger - as I know chargers are no more than £10.
CJ, 27 Nov 2013Moto G cost above 250$ while nokia 520 below 130$.Moto G costs 199$ not 250$... Get your facts right
PAndit, 28 Nov 2013there's only a data cable in the box ... No adopter, no headphones ! That's why it's so cheap ... moreYes nobody gets to use the stock earphones. But the lack of wall charger can be disappointing. However, Motorola seems to presume that all users may have their own USB charger
there's only a data cable in the box ... No adopter, no headphones ! That's why it's so cheap
but overall it's a great phone with good specifications
davidrosso, 27 Nov 2013Don't see 1700/2100mhz listed in the specs. That means no 4G/HSPA on Tmobile in the US unless ... moreGSMArena needs to update their specs, Motorola is selling both an "Global" "(UMTS/HSPA+ up to 21 Mbps (850, 900, 1900, 2100 MHz)" AND a "US GSM" "UMTS/HSPA+ up to 21 Mbps (850, 1700 (AWS), 1900 MHz)" model on their website. There's also a CDMA model coming in Jan. Of course the Moto G does not have LTE, so not really 4G.