Anonymous, 18 Nov 2013I don't understand why in this competitive world they are not giving an SD Card slot.get 16GB model, not like ppl store 100000 Apps anyhow , SD can slow down system to.
AnonD-207298, 18 Nov 2013hahaha i'm indonesian bro,i don't know where to buy it but wait on januari and we'll know. I'l... morei was about to buy lenovo p780, but i hate the fact that it still runs on JB 4.2 + heavy lenovo UI.
this phone has JB 4.3 (4.4 update guaranteed) and near-stock UI.
i hope i can wait that long :(
AnonD-9150, 18 Nov 2013January 2014 for Indonesia launch.damn, i hate waiting that long T_T
I don't understand why in this competitive world they are not giving an SD Card slot.
AnonD-207105, 17 Nov 2013i already have galaxy core and planning to buy galaxy s3 but after see this i will surely go f... moreSure. Go for Moto G rather than S3. I am an S3 user and I would suggest you not to go for S3. Samsung has already killed the phone. They're not any more reliable as they used to be when S3 was launched. Now success has gone to their head.
Very Impressive smartphone for the price.I will surely buy at least one.They are teaching other Smartphone manufacturers about, how to make a best phone at affordable price.Surely, moto g will make a sales Record, Especially in India.
Gorilla glass 3, that mean i can drop it??, what good is color backs, if you have to put in cover anyhow?
AnonD-173249, 18 Nov 2013I'm in Indonesia, planning to buy an android phone, everything about this phone sounds pretty ... morehahaha i'm indonesian bro,i don't know where to buy it but wait on januari and we'll know. I'll sell my xperia E and buy this one. :D
I'm in Indonesia, planning to buy an android phone, everything about this phone sounds pretty good, now the problem is where can i get it?
T3h_dude, the nexus 4 is actually running a qualcomm snapdragon s4 pro APQ8064 Quad-core 1.5GHz Krait 200 processor.
i think it will probably go for over 3mill when it launch in indonesia but, i'll get it anyway
AnonD-207105, 17 Nov 2013i already have galaxy core and planning to buy galaxy s3 but after see this i will surely go f... moreYou never get full 16 GB. Some of it is "stolen" when manufacturer states 1 GB = 1000 MBs instead of 1024. Next, OS itself takes some 3 GBs. Put the filesystem on that and you get 12 GBs of usable space at best. Today, that's barely enough.
t3h_dude, 17 Nov 2013You're using bloated LG software and without optimized KitKat running ART, which is what the M... moreI... don't think you know what ART acctually is and does. It has nothing to do with multicore processing and utilization, so the question of multicores in current Android devices remains.
As for bloat, I've been using stable CM 10.1.3 which is Android 4.2.2 for a month and a half now and. Despite Project Butter which allegedly addresses smoothness specifically, some three wekks after flasing I'm experiencing lags system-wide. It's now on par with latest LG stock firmware and I'm really not a heavy user (mostly talks and messaging).
If Dalvik were smooth from the begining, they wouldn't have to replace it with ART, now, would they?
Dude, I have used a nexus and they are similar in that way. And the nexus 4 is has a snapdragon s4 pro or APQ8064 Quad-Core 1.5 GHz processor. You are correct.
AnonD-59645, 17 Nov 2013I have the LG 4X, which is very comparable to Moto G in terms of specs and I gotta say hardwar... moreYou're using bloated LG software and without optimized KitKat running ART, which is what the Moto G is going to get. Obviously you haven't used a Nexus before, the Moto G is being built with similar concept.
My Nexus 4 us also using the Snapdragon 400, but slightly higher speed and better GPU, it's blazing.
i already have galaxy core and planning to buy galaxy s3 but after see this i will surely go for this.16GB version will be good if it will priced under 15K.if they gave SD card slot then it will be gr8 but ok if it have whole 16GB user accesible not only 10 or 11GB of them.
I have the LG 4X, which is very comparable to Moto G in terms of specs and I gotta say hardware list doesn't guarantee splendid performance at all, even with AOSP software.
Current Android versions, it's very clear, aren't - no, not optimized - BUILT for multi- cores. On more CPU-intensive tasks (games, unsupported codec video) my phone runs nearly exclusively at 1.5 GHz, the speed its Tegra 3 SoC reaches only when in single-core mode (in multi-core it tops at 1.4), according to BetterBatteryStats app. Also, while my 7 years old desktop Intel quad-core can run 4K videos with no problems at all (and there was not even a single thought of 4K when Q6600 came out), last year's phone plays just the sound with a black screen.
Since I'm not gonna perform complex operations, calculations, photo and video manipulation on my phone, I wonder when and where will all that raw CPU power going to manifest itself?
The UI inevitably lags after some weeks of usage, so it's obviously a software problem.