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.
manu, 17 Feb 2016I want to purchase a phone. which is batter moto g3, moto g3 turbo, Lenovo k4 noteGo 4 moto g3
guys pls hlp me...i am confused of buying moto g turbo edition...is thr any gamin prob in it..it seems games downloaded with more than 150mb is getting stuck...is it true...pls hlp me guys...!! is thr any other prob..
BT7474, 24 Feb 2016It shouldn't have an overheating problem.
When I carried out enormous amounts of research b... moreAs per Flipkart, the model on sale in India is XT1557. Is it a valid model for sale in India? Does this model have heating issues?
I use a Zenfone5, thinking of Moro G Turbo purely for fast charging facility.
The battery is good. 2G heavy web browsing last for 12 hours while my Atrix last for 8 hours at most. Charged 100% with 2G standby overnight read 97% next morning. I do encounter a wifi bug which I m sure wifi was OFF. But it shows on the next morning that wifi dominate battery consumption lead to 73% remaining. Reboot fixes this. I keep app install minimum.
Pathetic battery backup after 20 days of use I called flipkart they said go to service centre if they said prob in phn we ll replace ... I did same BT battery backup is still same after service centre said a software issue is solved now it ll work fine ... Battery backup is not more than 5 hours on 3g and WiFi.. Worst phone by Motorola.. I used moto 1 2 & 3 now I had moto g3t ... BT this the worst phone don't buy it guys
I have charged the phone upto 100 percent at 2pm and after 3.30 hr I.e at 5.30 pm battery lost to 50 prcnt nd by 8 pm battery down to 10 percent ..... I.e my battery backup time is about 6 hrs
anyone else found the same problem
kunal, 24 Feb 2016pls friends do not buy moto g3, or g turbo mobile. i have both mobile, 2 times i repaired but ... moreDear friend your buyed product may be duplicate moto. In original such problems never appeared. I also have both phones.
lakshmi, 21 Feb 2016I am using moto g3 turbo for last 5 days it is heating up even if I use for 5 minutes guys any... moreContact your local Motorola.
Anonymous, 24 Feb 2016The battery life is very badGSMArena agrees with me, and I agree with what the majority of actual professional experts say:
Verify by checking www.youtube.co.uk .and www.youtube.com for example.
Anonymous, 24 Feb 2016The battery life is very badIt has one of the best battery storage.
check with www.YouTube.co.uk www.youtube.com and Professional Magazine Reviews done on the internet.
Therefore, the person who claims that it is useless can name out of all the smartphones how many have better storage - can last longer.
People usually says that it can last all day with normal use.
The person can state what smart he or she has and how long it last for.
I have RAVPower; RP-PB19, and RP-UC10, which I use if necessary when not using phone, and Bose QC20 earphones, so I have so far got plenty of battery storage:
I can charge phone when it is in my pocket, but usually it is charging when it is in my backpack. It is completely 100% safe because they switch off automatically when the battery reaches its limits.
Anonymous, 24 Feb 2016I am planning to buy this phone... plzz tell me is this phone has heating problem or not.... It shouldn't have an overheating problem.
When I carried out enormous amounts of research before buying in probably August 2015 in the UK I don't think any person was claiming that there was an over heating problem, even in India.
I looked at; XT1541 UK, XT1540 USA, and XT1550 India on Google, in www.youtube.co.uk www.youtube.com www.Amazon.co.uk www.Amazon.com etcetera.
For overheating problems I would search for Moto G playing games Reviews
(it would take me too long to find my original notes but the following link should give you an example what I researched):
Some people measured the phone with a proper temperature measuring device.
If you are going to buy one contact your local Motorola for your country any where in the world: http://www.motorola.com/sites/country-selector/index.html
I would ask your local Motorola is there a problem, and what is the procedure for getting a replacement or refund?
Find out probably from people who carry out reviews, which is the best place to buy the phone from, because it appears that the recent phones sold in India are probably counterfeit, because the problems shouldn't be occurring.
Therefore, something is seriously wrong.
I notice that people who are complaining appears to be just from India, and if so something is seriously wrong with the phones being sold in India.
People should state what the Model No: is for example XT1550 would be phones only legally allowed to be sold in India I think, XT1541 UK, and XT1540 USA.
Hope that helps.
I had finished answering questions, but saw your question.
I purchased the 1GB RAM with 8GB ROM, because it would have cost me about August 2015 £209 for the 2GB RAM with 16GB ROM, whilst in India for a superior model and package would have paid only about £120 to about £125 when I worked it out at the time.
But you should buy the 2GB RAM version, because should be cheap enough, and upscale to Marshmallow 6.0.
I have had no overheating problems with mine even when I use RAVPower; RP-19 and or RP-UC10 charging it inside a cloth pouch. Sometimes charging whilst placed on top of the 6 port charger or external battery.
atindet, 20 Feb 2016plzz any one who have moto g te plzz tell me about ur battery backuptime The battery life is very bad
Anonymous, 23 Feb 2016if design is not good then why did u bought it You dont like the design and you still purchased that..