BY jakewriter | Feb 17, 2014 11:09 PM EST
Moto G Reviews on the Internet reflect the high demand for bargain phones. This is particularly true of emerging markets like India.
Clearly Motorola's Moto G is a product that sells great features for an affordable price. For consumers worrying about the cost of phones Moto G packs in a lot. The Moto G review explains that Moto G smartphone's affordability for consumers across the world.
Google planned to create region-specific phones and the Moto G was made for India. However, since Motorola was spun off to Lenovo, this strategy might change.
The Moto G can be described to be a candybar shaped phone with no contours. An initial look at the Moto G might look like the Moto X, its elder sibling. But the Moto G is thicker and has curved edges or a nice grip.
The Moto G consists of 4.5-inch screen and the front panel has a black piece of Glass. There is no logo or branding on the front side of the phone.
Discussing the camera, the 1.3 megapixel front camera is located on the lefts side of the earpiece. Incidentally the Google Nexus 7 has a front panel. Most Motorola phones have a nano-coating. The right side of the phone houses the volume and power button and the 3.5mm audio jack sits on top of the Micro-USB port, which is place at the bottom.
The back of the phone houses a 5 megapixel camera with LED flash. When you peel the back panel, you're accessing the Sim; you can use a Micro-SIM as well. A variant of the Moto G made for India includes a dual Sim Moto G.
With an overall solid construction, the Moto G is 4.5 inch 720x1280-pixel IPS LCD; this is a density of 328 pixels. This is somewhat sharper than the 329 pixels available in Apple's iPhone 5S.
he Moto G might come with an android 4.3 straight out of the box, but you would need to update that to Android 4.4.2 Kitkat when it arrives.
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