If you are buying a smartphone to impress others, the Moto G 3rd gen probably isn't for you because there are no standout specifications to boast about. Having said that, casually dunking your phone in a glass of water while talking to your friends would be sure to catch their attention. On a serious note, though, we are happy to see water resistance make an appearance at this price point, and it's about time this feature became standard across all smartphones.
That's not the only reason we recommend you get the Moto G 3rd gen - while the camera and battery performance are indeed at an acceptable level, we particularly liked the overall stability and experience that the smartphone offers; something we believe users at every price point deserve.
The smartphone industry has a specifications problem and the tech press must share a large part of the blame. We are living in a world that's obsessed with octa-core processors, 13-megapixel cameras, and gigabytes of RAM, but we don't spend enough time talking about the thing that really matters - how it feels to use a phone on an everyday basis.
In a bizzaro alternate reality where the iPhone 6 launch happened in India and Apple hosted a Q&A at the event, we bet the first question Tim Cook would have been asked is how the company expects to sell a flagship phone that's "just" dual core with "only" 1GB of RAM. Thankfully, most sensible people don't judge the iPhone based only on its specifications - Apple has never even officially acknowledged half of them, unlike most other manufacturers who alternate between talking about the "price to specs ratio" and the "experience" depending upon which device they are talking about and whether they are the segment leader at that point or playing catch-up.
However, when it comes to entry-level smartphones, people rarely look beyond specifications. There seems to be an expectation that the customer in this segment is someone who doesn't care about things like stability and user experience, worrying only about how good the phone's spec sheet looks.
best phone i use all moto g phones. (1,2) now using 3rd generation. You buy that phone dont think ,
I got my product today only. I like the phone, you can get good product with less than 13K.
but Frame is not metal its only Fiber type.
My rating 4/5 rating.
-bigger battery tahn preveious one
-heigher camera resolution
-4g is introduced
- 2 gb varient are also avalible
-no improvements in full hd dislpay...
-no improvents in ppi still 294
-1 gb ram variant basicalls lags for normal users on lolipop
over all this is now becoming affordable with somewhat better spec at reasonable price
i will sujjest better go for this phone
because cons are very less as compared to pros so basically for normal user it wont affect alot but for high end user it shoudn't be preferable to buy.
Its water resistant up to 30 minutes in 3 m deep water. That's a USP.
I hope a price cut for moto g 2nd gen. . Coz I'm going to buy one next month. .
if you are not guarantee above the information then why are you sharing the features in this website.