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Thursday, 6 February 2014

Moto G launches today in India - Available on Flipkart.com [Review + Video]

23:55 Posted by kashyap bhansali , , No comments
Moto G

Motorola's comeback model Moto G has stunned the Indian budget smartphone market. The powerful Android device is not only credited for bringing in some pretty decent specs at a budget price but will soon be the most up to date Android device launched in India so far.

This is now available to buy on flipkart.com . One amazing fact : the 16 Gb model has already been  sold out just within a few hours of its launch !  :)  


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The screen has great viewing angles, and looks great in general. I dare say I like the color and viewing angles better than on the Nexus 5. The blacks don't become a light grey at the extreme corner angles. Obviously, the 5" 1080p is more of a pleasure to use than the 4.5" 720p overall, but one has to comment on just how rich and beautiful the Moto G display is. The size means that it has a PPI of about 329. The iPhone 5's retina display, for comparison, sits at 326ppi. The vast majority of people will need no more than what this display has to offer. And, and it's wrapped in Gorilla Glass 3.  

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The Quad Core 1.2Ghz Snapdragon 400 was fast enough for me. According to some benchmarks I've seen, it supposedly runs about as fast as the Nexus 4. The difference seems to be that this CPU simply sips on the battery. But, I'll get to more on that later. The GPU seemed fast enough for me on the benchmarks I'd run. Not the fastest, but by no means slow. The device doesn't have as much RAM at 1GB as higher end phones which tend to come in at 2GB. However for the average person this will not matter. Android's memory management is pretty good. While a power user might be able to occasionally catch blips associated to the lack of extra ram, the average user will never see it.



For a casual user, the battery life will simply be phenomenal. With some light-ish use , the 2000 mah battery will have enough juice to power it for a whole 24 hours ! That's just crazy.


This phone feels great in the hand. It has a good weight.  The phone feels solid despite having a user removable back plate. Oh, and you can replace the back plate with colorful replacements, or flip covers.

Cons? There's no "advanced" features. There's no LTE (4G) radio on board. There's no NFC sensor for sharing links or doing financial transactions. There's no wireless charging, nor any 802.11ac support for the WiFi. However the average user might not really care about, or need, those things. However many are reporting real-life 3-4Mb/s transfer rates on their Moto G's... I get 12Mb/s on my DSL.


But I guess at the price I can't complain. 

Pros? This phone feels great in the hand. It has a good weight.  The phone feels solid despite having a user removable back plate. Oh, and you can replace the back plate with colorful replacements, or flip covers.



At this price I don't feel like mentioning any cons for this phone . It is one of the best smart phones one can get at the mere price of Rs.12,499 in India at this time . 


I strongly suggest everyone to go for Moto G instead of the Old crappy iPhone 4 which Apple plans to dump in India . 
 I laugh when i see the old iPhone 4 is being sold for Rs.15000 in India . ( What the Hell ! :P XD)   

Who will  buy crap (iPhone 4 ) when there is Moto G ?! Moto G at this price is a sure shot Winner according to me when it comes to the Best Budget Smart Phones available in India.    

Being a Google product it will the only budget android smartphone , it will be the first to receive the latest updates for the Android OS . 

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