Motorola is back with a bang
Motorola’s back with a bang with its global smartphone revival with the keenly priced Moto G handset.It is A mid-range handset with a low-end price tag and Android KitKat – okay Moto, Moto G handset up in two storage sizes – 8GB and 16GB.Motorola has enhanced the Motorola G with a new 4G iteration as well, which will be a little costlier, but does also pack in a microSD slot for some Storage expansion.The soft curved edges of the Moto G make it relatively attractive and the plastic feels solid and well built.Weighing in at 143g the Moto G has a pleasing and a well balanced presence in the hand without being overbearing.It also comes with a rubberised rear plate which slightly hugs the side of the handset too, and the Motorola Moto G fits comfortably in the palm, providing a decent level of grip for the user.The Moto G features a water repellent coating which means you’ll be able to whip it out in the rain without fear of a short circuit, but it is not waterproof.
The rear cover can be swapped for a different color, which Motorola is pushing as a big customizable feature of the phone. The 2070mAh non-removable battery inside the Moto G is claimed to give you all day battery life,The Moto G comes with a 4.5-inch, 1280 x 720 display and boasts a 329ppi pixel density. To put that in some perspective that’s a bigger, higher resolution and more defined display than the iPhone 5S – not bad for a handset which is a third of the price.Of course a HD display isn’t the only key factor in a smartphone, but Motorola has managed to equip the Moto G with a 1.2GHz quad-core Snapdragon 400 processor and 1GB of RAM.The camera on the rear of the Moto G is only 5MP. so let’s see how the Moto G got on in real life.