A Big CON: NO e-compass
Motorola needs to stop this technique of omitting important features that do not really add cost to its cheaper devices.
The e-compass was available in the first android devices from 2008. Its not 2018.
Also, all the of the budget phones from nokia, xiaomi , zte, have these features.
Motorola isn't really known for its camera, so it's understandable that the camera needs more improvement. After all, Moto G5S Plus is a good and well-rounded device.
Very good smartphone to the price, at least Motorola didn't forget that a midrange smartphone is used to be affordable cough a8 cough.
Btw, don't listen to Samsung fanboys.
This looks very viable. It's definitely a phone to consider.
And no mention about lack of compass in the review.
Lately, your reviews are disappointing.
Anonymous, 20 Jan 2018Good review, adequate device, but nothing special. Hopefully Lenovo or Moto will soon have ... moreReally? You Are gonna pay 600$ for 660 model instead of buying 845 model at 900$... well maybe...
Let's be real - this phone is bad.
But everyone overlooks pretty much it's every flaw and tries to find good things about it, just because it's cheap...
Hi, GSM ARENA! Just had this phone on hand several days before and I saw a low light switch when taking photos. Can you tell me whether you took LL ppicture for photo comparison tool with this thing turned on?
G5+ has a main better camera and slightly better battery life, it's a shame there's no proper review for it
This Phone is a Tough Competitor for Xiaomi MiA1, because it has the same specs and also a bit cheaper than MiA1 (here In Indonesia). but i'd Say Moto wins the match
Yes the camera sure is a big Homework for MOTO, but i give them a Thumbs Up for the design, connectivity, and build Quality