DJ45123, 19 Apr 2015Can I use moto g2 4G's battery on moto g2???
Coz battery drain too fast on 3G version of g2
... moreI don't think so as the battery is non-removable and mostly the Moto G (3G) wont support the 4G's battery. Consider taking some other measures to increase battery life like minimizing gaming, cleaning up your phone by deleting/uninstalling unwanted apps and files, etc.
If you feel there is a battery defect, then return the device to motorola for repairing under the warranty period (unless you have tampered with the hardware).
The Motorola Moto G (2nd Gen.) is an exceptionally outstanding phone in its class. At a price of INR 13,000 this smartphone has one of the best features compared to other handsets like Karbonn, micromax, etc. I have seen some people commenting on the features which lack on this phone, like NFC, battery life, etc. But they never thought about how much Motorola is giving them. This phone is pretty unique to other competitors' phones in the same price range. Why? There are two main reasons:
1) ANDROID SOFTWARE: Out of the several 10-12 android phones I have used, moto g2 gave me the most enhanced experience. This is because of the pure android UI and fewer inbuilt apps, which minimizes background processes. No offence to other phones, but the UI they use is too fancy, leading to poorer performance, so moto is way better. Plus, motorola is one of the first companies to provide up-to-date software, like Android 5 due to close contact with Google.
(Suggestion: Improve your phone performance by installing less 3rd party apps and by deleting unwanted stuff from your phone)
2) DESIGN & FEATURES: Compared to other phones with 'flat' designs, motorola has given moto g2 a curved one, which results in a firm grip, along with a 'semi-rubber' back. And due to the gorilla glass, the moto g2 is much more durable than other phones. And the features... this includes all the main features like expandable storage, 1GB RAM, dual front facing speakers, etc- all this in a 5 inch phone with a 1.2 GHz quadcore processor phone; I don't think customers should expect anything more or extraordinary as their expectations are unlimited. The 4G model has recently been introduced, but expecting an NFC or a 3000mAh battery is too much for a 13k phone (or else it would have been priced at 15-16k !!!)
RECOMMENDATION: So if you are looking for a high-end smartphone, I would suggest you to go for the Moto X (2nd gen) or the Motorola Nexus 6. Companies like Sony, HTC and LG also make good high-end phones, but out of all of them, the Motorola Moto G (2nd Gen) will give you a bang for the buck.
ONCE AGAIN TO ALL THE CUSTOMERS: Do not keep high expectations from this low price range phone. It is built to satisfy your basic wants. Expect some minor/major improvement in upcoming models and a few new features.
NOTE: Don't ever get carried away by any product's specifications. Always read other customers' opinions and try it out yourself, or else face the consequences.
CONCLUSION: Frankly, in my opinion, Motorola is one of the only companies which gives you an assured quality. That is why it is good to spend some extra 2k to get a phone with almost the same specifications, but better ratings. That is what a smart buyer will always do.
Phone rating: 4.8/5
Anonymous, 20 Apr 2015i wish to buy this phone..any suggessions plz..Don't buy
if u want to buy take my phone
v cant share songs in this phone but still its too good to use but m not satisfied with battery thing there r some negative points with this phone but still i take it as the best phone in the wrld
I want to use smartphone as a offline gps device which:
1. Doesn't require data connection for navigation
2. Have good gps catching capacity ( currently using mediatek processor which doesn't catch gps)
2. Is Qualcomm processor better than Mediatek or Intel processor fo gps?
Anonymous, 20 Apr 2015i wish to buy this phone..any suggessions plz..it's a great phone.
Prem, 18 Apr 2015Cannot Connect to wifi using static ip..I want result... to buy this phone...Somebody telling its not gud phone..And another somebody telling its good phone... pls tell real result
Skealy, 16 Apr 2015I bought moto g2 before 3 months
Regularly i used to charge my mobile for the whole night.
... moreits funny you charged your phone whole night. who advised you to do so. You want best results from battery you have to charge it only when it goes below or upto 10% and straight upto 90% at least and remember not to use the phone during charging to improve the battery retaining capacity.
Its very simple - longer you connect the phone with charging wire, lesser is the life of phone.
I love this phone. It is and operates like a budget phone, so don't expect flagship performance. Sometimes, it gets hot, but close the many apps you have running and it will be fine. Depending on your usage, you can get up to the entire day out of the battery. Use it too heavy and you will be in need of recharging in about 3 hours. (Have a mobile power brick onhand). I very nice phone for its price, but its not for power users.
Okay so I've had this phone since the end of December. First things first idk what everyone is talking about the phone getting hot or whatever I've never experienced this at all. Another thing people say the battery sucks, well I'm sorry to break the news to you um THIS ISNT A FLAGSHIP DEVICE. That being said its not meant to handle heavy usage it wasn't made for that, this is a very reasonably priced mid-range phone. Now I'm no heavy user in terms of gaming but I do use social media and I ternet and watch YouTube videos quite a bit throughout my day and my battery lasts me as long as I'm awake. I wake up around 8:30am and goto bed around 11-12 every single day and my phone will be anywhere from 40-70 percent depending on how much I used it that day. So really the battery is fine. Another thing I have android 5.0.2 on my phone and I experience no lag hardly at all meybe every once in a blue moon but its not an all the time thing by any means. The screen is very good I know its the same resolution a last years moto g blah blah blah but honestly its still fine on this phone I have no complaints about that. The front facing speakers are awesome I love the sound quality they produce. The cameras are actually very good especially the front facing snapper, seeing as I use Snapchat its good to have a good front facing camera. The design of the phone is quite good the only real complaint I'd say I have is I wish it was a little more appealing, yes it is a beautiful phone but in some aspects it could've been thinner. Not a whole lot just a few areas on the sided and back of the phone could've been made thinner but I'm just being nit picky about that. If your looking for a great mid range daily driver phone this should be your choice I know there are others out there but they don't cost $180 and honestly that's why I chose this phone cause I got great specs for a very affordable price I would recommend this phone to anyone I know who needed a new phone
Can I use moto g2 4G's battery on moto g2???
Coz battery drain too fast on 3G version of g2
Experts plz reply fast
Hi the mobile functioning is too good...but the battery life is very bad.it just comes for three or two hours when I use Internet ..that too for normal browsing..apart from that In just one month time my mobile hangs many time though i donot have much apps installed in my mobile .nearly three times my touch did not work and I struggled a lot to get rid of this problem..I do not know if this issue is ly in my mobile or for many..I never though moto ll be like this. I was eagerly waiting to get this..now in one month I fed up buying this.I plan to excahge it.since it hangs a lot.Ku touch is a prob.I don play games no games installed.even kids won't use my mobile..very bad rating I give on this product moto g2.
Very good phone at this price. Only problem is with the battery life
the only fault they made is that the jack input dosent support all types of cables so you will find some trouble when connecting it to a speaker or a car AUX