Sanket, 03 Mar 2016I have purchase Moto G Turbo edition before 1 month. I am getting good experience till Now. I ... moreDoes it have heating issue? as i am scared to buy phones now which use Qualcomm snapdragon processors. as there is design flaw in their last chip. and most phones got returned or rejected by customers and the same been confirmed by Samsung.
Do you face any heating issue dude by the use of 3g, wifi, game, etc
Anonymous, 01 Mar 2016i am confused in moto g3 and turbo edition plzzz suggest me which one i should buy?Definitely turbo is a better option if you afford to a bit more..
I have purchase Moto G Turbo edition before 1 month. I am getting good experience till Now. I noticed that This mobile is something different than other handsets.
1. Good gaming experience with it. Large size 3d game running smoothly.
2. Camera is awesome primary as well secondary.
3. Rocking processor.
4. Different touching experience and look.
5. Reasonable price.
Anonymous, 01 Mar 2016i am confused in moto g3 and turbo edition plzzz suggest me which one i should buy?Go for Moto G-TE if you can afford an additional Rs. 1500 because Turbo is better.....with better processor, Turbo charging and dust proof too.
Pranav, 14 Feb 2016Is the battery backup of moto g turbo is that bad?Moto g turbo battery is not bad....but i m not able to unlock fifa 14 full game on my moto G turbo...when i m trying it is not connecting to play store.if anyone has any solution please post..
I have a question about the Moto G Turbo's video shooting capability. I know that it has slow motion capability. Whether anybody can tell me whether it is 60 fps or 120 fps slow motion?
papai, 02 Mar 2016is this phone otg pendrive supported? yes even older gen G2 supports otg
Shreyash, 02 Mar 2016Moto g turbo is 64bit processor or 32bit processor???? has it compass ????G turbo supports a 64 bit octa core processor . for more info google for snapdragon 615 .
If you are a student and crazy about games then this 1 is for u...forget about the battery life becoz at the end of the day u are at home...plus provided with a turbo charger which gives u around 50% battery in just 30 min....heating might be an issue but does not heat that much...you get an instant cooling option by dropping it in a jar filled with water as it's water resistance...just kidding do it at your own risk..just go for it!!!
Moto g turbo is 64bit processor or 32bit processor????
has it compass ????
the home button is not working the notification are not flashing on screen resolve it plzz
i am confused in moto g3 and turbo edition plzzz suggest me which one i should buy?
Anonymous, 24 Feb 2016The battery life is very badPeople are getting the Motog3 with the trusted,but slowish processor mixed-up with the Turbo with probably a faulty overheating processor.
People also think that charging with USB cable is one of the fastest method of charging when it is probably the slowest method of charging.
Anonymous, 24 Feb 2016I am planning to buy this phone... plzz tell me is this phone has heating problem or not.... It appears that people are getting the Moto G 3rd Gen. 2015, Model No: XT1541 UK (also XT1540 USA, and XT1550 India) mixed-up with the Turbo version, which probably contains one og the faulty processor that overheats.
For example ask Google does the particular processor's model number overheats?
If the answer is yes, then don't buy the Turbo version, or any device that has any processor that overheats.
Rahul, 27 Feb 2016Should i buy this phone or notI don't have time to properly review the Motorola Moto G Turbo Edition, but if you don't have any idea of now to workout what should be the best phone you should buy I shall give you some tips:
This website is worldwide,and not just for the country that you are in.
I live in England the UK.
For example last year I purchased the Motorola Moto G 3rd Gen. 2015, Model No: XT1541, which in the USA would be XT1540, and in India you would get the cheaper and superior xt1550:
Verify using for example www.YouTube.CO.UK
One reason for purchasing the Moto G 3rd Gen. 2015, Model No: XT1541 UK version besides that buying Indian version that would have cost only about £120-£125 for a superior version (2 SIM cards, 2 Gb RAM 16 Gb ROM Earphones, and USB mains adapter) than UK version costing £209 Sterling so I only purchase the 1Gb RAM with 8Gb version, which if I purchased from Motorola UK I think would cost me at the time £179 - rip-off.
At the time, Motorola UK/Europe were boasting to me that they could charge whatever they want since then they have lowered their prices, far too little far too late: Probably due to the fact that they realised that their profits were loweredthen they otherwise would have been.
One reason why I didn't purchased a Moto X; Play or Style was because their processors despite being faster than the Motog3 XT1541 probably had overheating problems in any smartphones that contained them.
The only solutions when for example Intel have created a faulty processor that overheats is to either run it at a much slower speed, or the best method is to wait until for example Intel creates a processor that doesn't overheats.
People, are probably getting the Motog3 mixed-up with Moto G3rd Turbo XT1557.
The XT1557 probably contains one of the overheating faulty processor that people have forgotten about.
To be certain ask Google the question if the particular processor google
Harshal2798, 17 Feb 2016Surely go for moto g turbo No overheating *heat you feel on display is not over heating over... morePlease guide me about the battery life. I use wifi 90% of the time on my mobile. How much is the standby time with wifi on, and how much is the Talk time hours of the battery.. Incase of fully charged
Moto G Turbo is not VoLTE,
So we could not do Video call or voice call.