Negi, 12 Jul 2014It's a good phone,no hanging issue,i purchase this phone last month end of the june.moto g 4g is dual sim
airbasah, 09 Jul 2014I don't know man. I'm a Malaysian too. I've googled regarding your question. Soyacincau says i... moreIt's already available at Ipmart.com.my. It cost about RM 730+ with Motorola warranty upto 1 year.Trust me this site is trustful. I've orded an Xperia J last year and recieved it in good condition.
Is it going to to be launched in india or not if yes then when plz reply soon
mjm, 11 Jul 2014I ordered mine tuesday from Orange Portugal and it arrived on thursday. It does not play mp3 ... morePut the mp3 file that u want to use as ringtone into "ringtone" folder under internal storage.
It's a good phone,no hanging issue,i purchase this phone last month end of the june.
I ordered mine tuesday from Orange Portugal and it arrived on thursday.
It does not play mp3 as your ringtone unless you have some mp3 rings app installed.
Great phone; no problem with the microSD card whatsoever.
Anonymous, 05 Jul 2014When will it come to M'sia?I don't know man. I'm a Malaysian too. I've googled regarding your question. Soyacincau says it will be released this Friday. Not sure if it's true. Can't wait for this phone!
I have also had the SD Card problems reported by others.
I bought this phone from Tesco in the UK a week ago and in many ways it is very impressive. It is smooth, responsive, the screen is very good and ALMOST everything works as it should. However, potential buyers need to be aware that it has been launched with a problem regarding the SD card slot (a major feature of the new model). My first card (a SanDisk 32 GB class 10) would not work in the phone, despite being fine in other devices. On researching the issue I came across this thread on Motorola's Community Forum: https://forums.motorola.com/posts/7e59cc7baf?page=1 It appears this is a very common problem for users - particularly, but not exclusively, for those trying to use high speed SD cards. Some slower speed cards seem to work for some users. Motorola has admitted there is a fault and said there will be a software fix, but are presently being a bit vague about how and when it will be fixed. For me switching to a Samsung 32GB Pro MICRO SD MEMORY CARD CLASS 10 UHS-I did the trick. It works fine for me so far. However, if you are considering buying now, be aware that you may need to either fiddle around with SD cards till you find one that works, or wait for a fix to come from Motorola. You can read about if for yourself on the above forum and make up your own mind.
Incidentally I tried to paste a review of the phone on Tecso's website which said exactly the same as above and they have so far blocked it without explanation. However, I think their customers and people generally have the right to know and decide for themselves.
Will this phone work on 4G networks in Caribbean? (Which are basically run off Erickson equipment...)
aadi, 07 Jul 2014But will that work in India...???It will not get 4G in India. It was made with 4G for North America and uses those bandwidths. It may not even get 3G in India.
saf, 06 Jul 2014Why wait until released in India buy direct from Motorola or from Amazon job done But will that work in India...???
The LTE band supported for this phone is not supported by operators providing 4G support. At least this is what I could make out from some internet sites. In India LTE is band 40(2300Mhz). Which is not supported by MotoG LTE. SO cant use 4G in India with this phone.May be that is the reason Motorola has not launched this product in India. Please correct me if I am wrong.
Moto G 4G problems - Various big brand and no name MicroSD cards not recognised by phone! Particularly doesn't seem to like Class 10 UHS-1 rated cards!
Also a problem with headphones, some like B&W P3s not recognised as connected. Cheap ass stereo ones seem to be ok, plug in high quality phones and it's a gamble!
I'm considering returning mine even though it's my backup phone.