hi, 05 Nov 2014but here we are not talking just in brazil...we are talking every where..and by the way motoro... moreThe point is that the phones will compete on the same price range elsewhere. They won't compete with the 2014 Moto G, but with the 2013 Moto E/G. Plus, you seem to underestimate the value of "new" versus "last year". They should be a fine choice for the target demograph. Maybe not for you, surely not for me, but they do fill a fair niche, and should sell reasonably well.
Anonymous, 06 Nov 2014press once vs tap twice...
You wouldn't know until you actually get used to G3.
You get to knock on every mobile phones.
Anonymous, 05 Nov 2014Turning up/down the volume is totally normal when you use your smartphone for mp3 player or GP... moreI own a LG G2 and i never had a problem before, power button seriously? it has the knock feature tap twice and you wont need the useless power button again (:
Anonymous, 05 Nov 2014Why does LG make so many low-end devices that look the same???lol... to promote it's flagship?!
LGuser, 05 Nov 2014It just look like LG G Fino and Bello..I think they forget about them... They have identical specs though..... LG you lost me with your so call strategy.... I don't know what the heck are you thinking....
Steve Max, 05 Nov 2014A 2014 Moto G is more expensive than that in Brazil. Again, the lower of those is on the same ... morebut here we are not talking just in brazil...we are talking every where..and by the way motorola 2013 is way better than the more expensive of them,,,,better screebn and ppi..stock android provided good experience,.,,plus 5.0 android upgrade..im sure than any of them will perform betetr than 2013 moto g or will get an update..that is the fact so ...the choice is urs...
hi, 05 Nov 2014the fact is that in this price pint...a moto g is better and it is midrange ..samsung and lg o... moreA 2014 Moto G is more expensive than that in Brazil. Again, the lower of those is on the same price bracket as the Moto E, and the more expensive of the duo is now at the same price as the 2013 Moto G (and will be cheaper when the price settles).
Also, margin means the manufacturers' profit on each unit sold, not the price point. All the taxes and etc make it impossible to sell a smartphone below ~$100 in Brazil.
Steve Max, 05 Nov 2014Maybe because not everybody buys flagship devices? Maybe because it's better to sell one low-e... morethe fact is that in this price pint...a moto g is better and it is midrange ..samsung and lg overprice products so these are not cheap at all and they are s..pid because insted of over pricing a phone that is not worth the money then atleast manufacture a decent mid range...in a 10 $ price point as u started it is ok.
hi, 05 Nov 2014this is a waste of time and money insted of manufacturing low end devices 2...why not create a... moreMaybe because not everybody buys flagship devices? Maybe because it's better to sell one low-end device with a margin of $10 than to sell no flagships? Maybe because people value choice? Maybe because they already have a flagship device on the market?
Maybe because they're not as stupid as you believe?
haqy, 05 Nov 2014Two more crappy model from LG..please respect those who buy these phones
this is a waste of time and money insted of manufacturing low end devices 2...why not create a flagship 1.
famineboy, 05 Nov 2014Lol 480 x 800 screens, nice for third world markets, even so Brazil deserves better.Low res screen could be an advantage. I prefer them over weak batteries and lags.
Lol 480 x 800 screens, nice for third world markets, even so Brazil deserves better.
I Don't understand why someone will choose these models if they can choose Moto E (BRL 450) and Moto G (around BRL 450 650). Both much better than they.