Clearly the best phone you can buy on a decent budget, Moto G or the Motorola G with its two variants of 8 GB internal memory variant for Rs 12,499 and 16 GB internal memory variant for Rs 14,999 on Flipkart.
What I would think if I hadn’t bought a new phone less than two months ago is why should you buy a Motorola phone when they absolutely sucked before absolutely or almost vanishing from the market despite having trendsetters like Moto Razr among many others before Android was as popular as it is today.
With better than average features like a 1.2 GHz Quad core processor and 4.5 inch screen, it is just right to be a phone which is light, fits in most pockets and packs a serious punch. The battery as is the case with most budget smartphones on the face of it seems to lack the satisfactory juice but Motorola claims that it can give up to 24 hours of battery backup which is better than decent.
One of the best features I would have liked on my Nexus 5 is the dual SIM feature because let’s face it, even if you don’t use it, it’s always nice to have the option. Moto Migrate caught my eye which promises to replicate/transfer all your data from your existing Android smartphone to the Moto G through wireless services.
With the usual package of better-than-its-price-features for connectivity and sensors, the Moto G makes for a phone you just cannot avoid despite remembering the years of absence from the public memory.
Here are the salient points you need to know before purchasing the smartphone-
Amazing value for money
The only negative points are –
The camera is average
No slot for a MicroSD card, as is the case with several new smartphones