Rohit, 30 Nov 2017Don't worry oreo is not out for g5 plus yet but it will get update maybe in next 2-3 months Yes. And that is why I asked how he has the 8.0. Some beta tester can have it, if they have it on g5+ but not anybody else. They said the best case scenario is maybe around February. Ifi I am right.
gabistar, 30 Nov 2017Mine is still 7.0 so who is your provider? Or how did you get the new 8.0? I think they said t... moreDon't worry oreo is not out for g5 plus yet but it will get update maybe in next 2-3 months
kk, 29 Nov 2017moto e4 plus has been updated to 7.1.1 but moto g5 plus is still on 7.0Yeah right , g5 plus has better specs while e4 plus is stuck with mtk quad core soc and maybe e4 plus stuck @7.1 but g5 plus will get oreo soon
AnonD-719233, 29 Nov 2017My g5 plus has 8.0 alreadyMine is still 7.0 so who is your provider? Or how did you get the new 8.0? I think they said they don't know when they will have it ready either, I mean from moto side.
kk, 29 Nov 2017moto e4 plus has been updated to 7.1.1 but moto g5 plus is still on 7.0My g5 plus has 8.0 already
gabistar, 28 Nov 2017And for taking 4k videos, would you use the internal memory of moto g5 plus, or use the extern... moreFor 4K I think Samsung evo plus 95/100mbps sd card is fine, don't know if device supports higher class sd card or not.
Rohit, 28 Nov 2017I wouldn't suggest u to use sd card as internal storage, use sd card as portable storage for m... moreAnd for taking 4k videos, would you use the internal memory of moto g5 plus, or use the external micro sd card storage? Cuz burst mode, etc needs a very good speedy card. And do not want to have any problem with the slower sd card while doing it.
But the internal memory is limited to do long 4k videos etc, plus I wouldn't want to move the taken video every time to sd card after I used the internal to take 4k video. That would be why I did think I would do the sd card as internal. But I see your point.
gabistar, 28 Nov 2017Hi, I have the Moto G5 Plus Usa version 4 GB Ram, 64 GB Internal Memory. I would have two q... moreI wouldn't suggest u to use sd card as internal storage, use sd card as portable storage for media content etc .I had tried 3 sd cards (sandisk 48/80mbps+Samsung evo 95mbps) everytime I got error message sd card is slow, u can get some fast sd cards but maybe they don't support these devices.
I have the Moto G5 Plus Usa version 4 GB Ram, 64 GB Internal Memory. I would have two question. Could you guys help me with that. Thx.
I would like to get a new Micro Sd Card at least 128 GB and Add to my phone as ADDITIONAL INTERNAL MEMORY and Take 4k Movies. Or use Apps from it. So...
Nr 1 question: What would be the fastest speed from my phone end, what my phone could use to WRITE AND READ THE MICRO SD CARD as internal memory?
Nr 2 question: Which Micro Sd Card is really capable of doing that speed in real life and not holding my phone speed back? And make the 4k videos also.
Because as additional internal memory if u don't have the fastest speed u get an error message when the phone would test the card (format) and it is not hitting that speed what it would need to. It can be automatic also, but still.
So It would be nice to know, which is the fastest speed, what my moto G5 plus would need from the micro sd card, to match with that speed. I know at least U3 v30 A1 mark would I need to do 4k. But what is the top speed of being the best as additional internal memory?
A lot of cards say they do like 100 Mb/s Read and 90 MB/s Write speed, but in real life, or real usage it is only 40 Mb/s Read and 30 Mb/s Write speed. Like Samsung Evo Select. When they suppose to do it as 100 Mb/s and 90 Mb/s.
So I just wanna find a memory card which would be a good internal memory for the phone, and would not hold back the phone speed. When i do 4k or using an installed app from it or anything else. Thx again..
AnonD-480092, 31 Oct 2017Bt u cant use 2sim +sd card together U can use 2 sim plus sd card.
Moto G5 Plus have a big problem with not being able to keep a stable wifi-connection!
pistachio, 25 Nov 2017ok,, just sayin....................LG is a much more thoughtful company. I just realized that ... moreOn G5+ you do not need to press any button to turn the screen off, just touch the fingerprint sensor, I can not find that option on every other Android phone!
pistachio, 24 Nov 2017Build Quality: Phone is sturdy and feels solid in hand. Size is good and the width fits comfo... moreInstall Nova Launcher or any other launcher from Google Play and you can do far more customizations than those you want to do!
The US versions, and some in Sweden, have a compass, and 3 gb ram!
pistachio, 25 Nov 2017ok,, just sayin....................LG is a much more thoughtful company. I just realized that ... moreYou only need to move G5+ and the screen lights up showing notifications..., and you only need to touch the fingerprint scanner, not press any button at all, to unlock G5+!
pistachio, 25 Nov 2017I have discovered two more additional surprises which are annoyances, no 3......arrgh!!!! ... moreok,, just sayin....................LG is a much more thoughtful company. I just realized that to wake up and sleep my Moto G5 I have to button press. Now that is ok but on my old LG K10 and I think all LG's you can just doubletap the screen to go off or on,,, it's fast, immediate and you can do it while it is lying flat without even picking it up....... this is just a simple easy and best way / I mean, how many times a day do you just want to check notifications..... this constant button pressing is a hassle once having become used to the doubletap..... Lenovo should RETHINK it's ease of use.......I once swore by Motorola,, best built, sturdy and easy... but now... well... I am rethinking my choice !!
pistachio, 24 Nov 2017Build Quality: Phone is sturdy and feels solid in hand. Size is good and the width fits comfo... moreI have discovered two more additional surprises which are annoyances, no 3......arrgh!!!!
Cast; Unless you have Chromecast you Cannot cast screen.
Reboot; Nope! It's OFF or Nothing / Only Power Off
Screenshot; one way only and it takes Both hands. Press Volume down & Power till you hear the snap sound.
These aren't dealbreakers - still LG does all these without a hiccup. You could never know all this without owning and using the phone for a few days AND having spent many hours setting it up. By then it's too late to return it.....(if you wanted to)
I feel like I was fooled by Motorola / Lenovo.
I honestly feel LG is more intuitive and user friendly.