Can somebody tell me aboutbthe battery backup of motog4 , what it lasts long with full use of net,gaming etc ???
Dipayan.Dasgupta, 27 Dec 2016This will be the last phone to get any software update. Several times the finger printing sens... moreVR needs Gyroscope.And Moto G 4 Plus is perfectlycompatible over VR lenses.
This will be the last phone to get any software update. Several times the finger printing sensor is irresponsive. If you are a VR fan then don't buy this. VR doesn't work. There is no Compass. Using LTE will quickly drain your battery. Playing games non stop will heat up the device.
NOTE: It has 3 GB RAM and not 4 GB as mentioned above. Out of that only 1.5 GB is available for use. Rest 1.5 GB is used by the system apps.
If none of the above concerns you then this is the best phone you can get at the current price.
what is the android version after updating the phone at letest update(NOT NOUGAT) 6.0.?
plz anyone answr me
jaya, 26 Dec 2016what is the correct thickness of the moto g4 plus 9.8mm or7.9mm ? Both sizes found9.8 is the thickest part and 7.9 is the lightest part
PavanRzx, 24 Dec 2016Which one did you buy? If it is G4+, then is there any heating problems like what they say and... moreG4 plus have Snapdragon. But, its just Snapdragon 617..
Famous for heating issues and many manufacturers avaoided 616&617 due to this.
If u can live with heating, G4 plus is great choice.
Anees7, 25 Dec 2016does it have compass? or can we install on G4+?It doesn't have compass sensor.
what is the correct thickness of the moto g4 plus 9.8mm or7.9mm ? Both sizes found
ario, 24 Dec 2016which should be the best power bank for g4+ ????
plzz any1 tll meAny power bank which works will be fine, if charging is only thing you want.
And if you are looking for best results then prefer Motorola power bank. Always use original accessories if you want best results.
Most of people avoid original power bank since it is costly and then keep searching for alternatives. Other best alternative is branded ones like Sony, Samsung, Nokia and so on. But again these are costly when compared to cheap Chinese ones.
Now upto you to take decision. I have seen you posting same questions from past few days. Some have even answered your question but somehow you don't trust the genuine suggestions.if you keep asking different people, you will end up being confused and taking wrong decision.
I am facing display issue for MOTO G4+. Display comes with overlapped behind screen and when I minimise multiple screen or close, still i will able to see those screen behind with overlapped with screen i have opened currently. Anybody faced similar issue?? Any solution??
I am eagerly waiting for a price drop.. Then, I will sell the shit redmi note 3 and will buy this one... ;) :)
Satyam, 26 Dec 2016Moto m or moto g4 plus , which one should i buyDefinitely g4 plus
It has laser auto focus and snapdragon 615
Swamy, 23 Dec 2016phone heating while charging and when we are looking internetwhat about taking photos and recording videos???
It's two months since purchase phone some times taking auto-touch and issue is very pathatic.
Given to services center but still not satisfactory response.
Buying one of these phones is quite confusing at times. Trying to figure out which model your getting and how much RAM before buying is a pain, and most carrier stores seem to not know either.
The basic knowledge is that there are 3 basic models that should be easy to identify, 16GB model with 2GB of RAM, 32 GB model with 3GB of RAM and 64GB model with 4GB of RAM. Sadly this info is untrue and most people selling you a phone does not even know this. I bought a 32GB model being told it had 3GB of RAM, only to find out once I checked at home that it was 2GB. Debating taking it back because of this.
Other than this I have to say this is an amazing phone for the price. Coming from a Galaxy S3 was a massive jump in quality and performance. Even though I only got an increase from 1.5GB RAM to 2GB rather than the 3GB I thought, that 0.5GB RAM made a massive difference, but thats also because this thing runs almost stock Android which removes the bad bloat penalty on many other phones. Motorola (Lenovo) is keeping the philosophy they had while under Google for a clean and bloat free ecosystem and it pays off in spades.
If your like me and flagship phones have too many issues for their price and offer specs that make no sense (4K screens sigh) and you just want a decently priced, great performing and high quality phone, this is hands down a winner. There arent many phones on the market in this price range that can hope to compare to this phone (especially if you get a 3GB or 4GB RAM model).
I don't get why people complain about the fingerprint reader on the front, I much prefer this as its extremely easy to use when you want, but it doesn't get in the way and get accidentally pressed like I find I do on phones with them placed on the back, usually right where I like to put my finger.