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Saturday, 15 February 2014

Motorola Moto G - GUITHING review!

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The American telecommunication major, Motorola has finally launched the much awaited feature mid-range Moto G in India.
The device was launched exclusively on a leading online store in India. The 16GB model of Moto G went out of stock within 15 minutes after its release. Moto G's launch is certainly going to affect the popular local mid-range phones of brands like Micromax, Karbonn & Lava. 

Display and Design:

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Motorola Moto G has got soft finish matte on the back and has innumerable interchangeable colorful cases. It features 4.5-inch HD (1280x720p) screen with a pixel density of 329 ppi (pixel per inch), best among the smartphones in mid-range segment.

Processor, RAM and Storage:

Moto G powers a 1.2 GHz quad-core processor. Motorola's phone houses a processor made from the industry leader Qualcomm. In terms of storage, Motorola loses points as it fails to plant a microSD card slot in the Moto G limiting its memory capacity.
It is also packed with 1GB RAM.


Motorola Moto G, ships with 5.0-megapixel camera and according to few hands on reviews, it is one of the best camera among the smartphones in its class.

Mobile Operating System:

It is to be noted that the Motorola's Moto G is running on the latest Jelly Bean version 4.3 and is also slated to receive the new v4.4.2 KitKat in few days time.

In India, Moto G (8GB) is priced at Rs. 12,499, whereas 16GB is available for Rs. 13,999.

Pros: affordable, immediate availability of KitKat update

Cons: no microSD card slots

Here's an Unboxing Video for our readers.