Moto G Review
Motorola’s new Moto G exemplifies the budget Android phone, but if you prefer your data LTE-flavored, it’s best to wait for that model.
Update: There’s a new low cost Motorola on the market in the form of the Moto G (2014). So if you fancy the latest budget Android blower you’ll want to check out the 5-inch, 4G enabled, quad-core 2014 edition – although it will cost you a little more.
- Motorola Moto G (2014) review
Motorola kicked off its global smartphone revival with the keenly priced Moto G handset, which was quickly followed by the 4G enabled Moto G 4G.
Both have since been replaced by the larger, 5-inch Moto G (2014) edition, although it will set you back a little more and the bigger screen may not suit everyone’s tastes.
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- Buy Motorola Moto G – No Contract Phone (U.S. Cellular) at Amazon US for $89.99
The first generation Moto G is a mid-range handset with a low-end price tag and Android KitKat – enough to pique the interest of many savvy shoppers..
First things first then, the Motorola Moto G price. You can pick the 3G handset up in two storage sizes – 8GB and 16GB. The former will now set you back around £100/$150, while the larger size is still a very palatable around £155/$199.
Source: John McCann
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