Exclusive Moto G Review: Just another Android mobile?
The most awaited mobile of recent times, Moto G, finally hit the Indian market at a price of Rs 12,499. Flipkart is show casing and selling online this mobile Moto G, however the first session of online sales were extremely good, as Flipkart has to board sold out within an hour. Later, they brought a few more orders to take. Let’s find out more about hot Moto G and check whether this mobile is worth buying.
Before going to any further more discussion, let’s have a look at the key features of Motorola’s new release “Moto G”.
- 4.5-inch HD display
- Android 4.3 Jelly Bean
- Dual sim
- 5 MP Primary camera & 1.3 MP Secondary camera
- 1.2 GHz processor with 1 GB RAM
- 8 GB internal Memory
- Wi-Fi & Bluetooth
- Rs 12,499 (8 GB) & Rs 13,999 (16 GB)
It’s been a while since Motorola release a valid mobile and actually they did well with Moto G. Motorola manufacturer’s got attention of almost every frequent mobile user. And, for the looks it got and of course with the colorful flip covers on the commercials is fantastic. But, seriously does this mobile really that good? I don’t think so. Like many others, even I thought to own one but after serious study of the mobile, my serious opinion is that, it’s just another Android mobile.
What’s the innovative feature of Moto G?
I shouldn’t have to say, it’s the innovative feature but for Android, Yes it is. Actually this feature is already there in Nokia Lumia mobiles as Transfer my data. This is the best and smart way to transfer all your data from any other mobile to your Windows mobile like Contacts, Photos etc. But in Moto Migrate feature, you can only able to migrate date from any other Android mobile to your new Moto G. And, that includes text messages and call logs as well. This is the one of the best features to count on Moto G.
Certainly this is the another best feature of Moto G, it runs with Android 4.3 Jelly Bean and that can be upgradable to Android 4.4 KitKat.
Advantages of Moto G:
- Larger & HD Display
- Upgradable OS
- Moto Migrate feature
- Scratch resistant Gorilla glass
- Easily changeable back covers
Why should I buy Moto G?
This might be your prime question, “Why should I buy Moto G” and here are my answers
* If you are a Motorola fan
* If you like fancy coloured covers
* If you hate Samsung mobiles
* Better performance
I don’t want to diplomatic on Moto G but still, if you are looking for Android mobile other than Samsung then go for Moto G. Don’t expect wonders with this hot release Moto G. Sooner or later, you will be sorry for buying a mobile for Rs 12,499 which supports 8 GB internal memory and of course that can’t be expandable. Consider Samsung Galaxy S Duos 2, Nokia Lumia 525 on your buy list before going for Moto G. Nothing fascinates you but the looks (don’t prefer black, that even worse) and the performance.
Have a look at the video of Moto G:
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