l540, 16 Aug 2015Total bullshit... I have Lumia and its garbage.. Lack of apps and available apps are pathetic.... moreAnd also you get updates timely with Windows phones, and NO security flaws. Android has a critical security flaw called the stage fright bug, which can enable hackers to hack your media, camera, and control your phone. They hack by sending MMS to your phone. Google released a patch and seems it still doesn't fix the vulnerability. http://www.xda-developers.com/stagefright-explained-the-exploit-that-changed-android/
jd, 16 Aug 2015Just admit you fail to win..and your point is useless!Do you understand English? I've told you a numerous times to tell what wrong thing I told. You're not saying that, so it means you know that I'm correct, but simply telling I'm wrong, the first sign of a fool troll
Anonymous, 16 Aug 2015It's said that windows 10 can run android apps. Also, windows doesn't have security flaws like... moreTotal bullshit... I have Lumia and its garbage.. Lack of apps and available apps are pathetic... Android is much much better than windows...
JB, 16 Aug 201532GB Sandisk SDHC Class 10 is Support in Moto G3?Yes it should work. As long as you don't put more than 32GB in it
Anonymous, 16 Aug 2015Android will get killed by windows 10 one day, trust me.In motog3rd gen:: battery getting heating while mobile network is on:: charge per day 3hour only if using continuously 3hour is getting down into 2hr.charge reducding 1minutes itself.battery life is not good.plz don't buy this mobile.In this mobile, camera quality is too good that is attracting the customer..
Did any one tell me how to clean ram in motog 3rd gen I m trying to clearing with 360 security but showing that u divice is in optimal state cnay u help me any one plz...
kp, 16 Aug 2015can i do a factory reset before using moto g3 first time ??No need to factory reset.In Moto devices you hardly need chance to reset your Smartphones in future.
Anonymous, 16 Aug 2015I dont thinkso? Windows 10 and app store people been waiting a decade. roll the dice.It's said that windows 10 can run android apps. Also, windows doesn't have security flaws like android and has better RAM management.
[deleted post]Who is the one who told the crap that Snapdragon 410 overheats? You. So who is the one who got owned? You. What did I say wrong, care to explain? You're keeping on proving that you're getting owned. What did I say wrong, even you know I didn't say. So yeah, you are getting even more owned after each comment of your's. Instead of blabbering 'You are wrong so got owned', tell how I'm wrong. Talk facts, not some nonsense.
Dearest friends.As a good midrange smartphone,it is really satisfactory!But they promised affordable price for absolute majority of the lowest income!!Where I remember Moto first generation,I saw happiness and satisfaction in their eyes!!But now when they see the price with two variants(start of discrimination),their hopes will be vanished with headaches!!!Anyway as a good usual midrange smartphone,qualities are good.Please read gsmArena.com review too.Hopefully Motorola reads it too plus opinions!!!Thanks GSM,Motorola,and all of you.Please first test then buy!!!Good luck all
Anonymous, 16 Aug 2015Please bhai log..tell me thd truth about this phone..some are saying that vertical lines are s... moreeverything is smooth and fine. Camera is good, sound quality is good.
Battery is awesome. that vertical line problem was with only few devices that have been replaced. I'm using it and it never heats.
A user review for those who want an honest comparison b/w the Mi 4i and the Moto G 3rd gen:
I was initially unsure about which phone to choose between the Mi 4i and the Moto G, but then I got the opportunity to use both so here's a review based on the comparison. My review is based on average usage pattern of a couple of calls, a lot of texts, Hike/WhatsApp/FB messages, some browsing, a little (not very graphic intensive) gaming, watching videos on YouTube and on the phone, single SIM usage, and 60-70% time on Wi-Fi. I won't go into configurational details but base my review on the day to day performance as I found it. These are my conclusions:
1. Performances: Day to day performance is fast, zippy and completely lag-free on both. Coming from my Samsung phone, both phones feel really amazing. I found the Moto to be slightly snappier (with 18 apps running!) when compared to the Mi 4i (with 6 apps running), but the difference might be too minor to notice in day-to-day performances for most users.
2. Heating Issues: The Moto heats up a little when charging, but apart from that it is completely free from heating of any kind. Unlike other reviewers, I'll have to laud Xiaomi's efforts with the Mi 4i though: the new upgrades have reduced the heating levels to a bare minimum, and now it only warms up a little with heavy use. However, the Moto in contrast experiences nothing of the sort at all.
3. Battery: The battery on the Moto G can last easily over a day, but it would be wrong to expect more of the 2470mAh battery. However, with the same usage pattern, the Mi 4i's battery easily lasts two days for me.
4. Display: The screen is where it really lags: pixels, I'm afraid, are very much visible and you'll be rather disappointed if you're viewing it from a 6-10inch distance. There's also a yellow-ish tint. In comparison, the Mi 4i's screen is way nicer. However, brightness and viewing angles are exceptionally good on both devices, and sunlight legibility was equally good on both.
5. Camera: The camera on the Moto G is disappointing if you think it's a 13MP/5MP shooter, esp. if you're coming from the Mi 4i's superior performance. The camera on the Moto is faster, has a minimal interface; the Mi 4i provides far more options in terms of filters, etc. Video quality on the Moto is better than on the Xiaomi in my experience.
6. Storage: Device storage is where the Moto G beats the Mi 4i hands down. I had no problem storing and accessing my entire season of FRIENDS on the Moto, something I wouldn't dream of on the Mi 4i. You get 5GB on the Mi Cloud on the Xiaomi, while you get Google+ backup on the Moto so cloud storage probably isn't something you need to worry about. Both devices have USB-OTG though, and it works just fine on both.
7. User interface:
- Vanilla Android on the Moto with it's superior bloat-free feel is amazing, particularly after TouchWiz! Though both devices have the same amount of RAM, the Mi 4i's bloatware eats into the RAM and leaves only about 900MB RAM with NO active applications. This might explain why the Moto feels smoother despite the lower core-config.
- I personally prefer the comfort of an app drawer as well as folders: something which only the Moto G offers. Even Nova Launcher keeps crashing on the Mi 4i, which is a negative for someone who might want to customize the UI. Both the Lenovo K3 Note and the Mi 4i lack the app drawer I've come to love, offering only folders and buttons in an Apple-esque fashion. However, others prefer the latter kind so it's really upto you.
- If you care about the quick-access buttons on the notification tray, the Moto G might be a bit of a shocker for you. For instance, there's no "Silent" button or dedicated "Mobile Internet" button. Switching on/off the mobile data is a two-step process which should have been a one-step process, and that's kinda annoying for me. The Xiaomi's configuration in this department - only in this, mind you - like most phones, is pretty standard: hence it's probably a little easier to use.
9. Assisting features: Moto additions to stock Android are actually useful, such as the active display. However, the mi 4i offers notification lights even if not the active display. Overall, I find the active display on the Moto to be more useful than the light - but then, if you're used to the notification lights, you might be missing that on the Moto.
10. Telephony: Both phones offer superior calling facilities and there's no call drop. The active noise cancellation works really well on both devices.
11. Build Quality: Both phones have solid build quality, but the Moto G feels much nicer and sturdier in my hand than the Mi 4i. It's heavier and bigger though, which means I'm afraid of dropping it half the time. I'm guessing guys won't have this problem, but for us girls, the Mi 4i is definitely much easier to hold. The Gorilla glass + water protection (IPx7 rated), however, makes me feel safer using the Moto. The Mi 4i has survived 2 drops in as many months so far, though, so I wouldn't worry too much if I were you.
12. Speakers: Despite the single speaker on the Moto, it's extremely loud and clear in terms of the sound quality! Listening to music is a pleasure, particularly vocals. The Mi 4i is slightly less loud in my experience, and the speakers (located on the back) tend to get muffled if you keep it on a desk or pillow: but this might be subjective. This is something you don't need to worry about on either phone, though, because both are fairly decent in this category.