The smartphone lovers and those people who are going to buy a budget phone should have an eye on the new sensational Motorola Moto G. The reason behind this device become more popular is its powerful features and build quality all with a best possible lower price. There aren’t very much bad about this smartphone, but let’s look at its major pros and cons to see whether Moto G is worth the money. As we getting into the advantages of Moto G:
Perfect Display Size and Resolution
The device sports a 4.5 inch screen with 720p resolution with 326 ppi pixel density feels perfect since it doesn’t feel too big on your hand but you wont feel anything missing while watching your stuff on it. Corning Gorilla Glass 3 takes care of unwanted scratches and protects your phone without any additional screen guards.
Powerful Processor and Enough RAM
Quad-core 1.2 GHz Cortex-A7 fits decently all your processing needs and you can play big games without any lag. The chipset is Qualcomm MSM8226 Snapdragon 400 and Adreno 305 GPU empowers the device for performance.
The device now comes with android 4.3 but as you know Motorola is owned by Google so they’ll roll out Android 4.4 Kitkat upgrade for Moto G before the Nexus 4.
There are some other important reasons to stick with Moto G. One is the choice of colours that we have available to choose from. As a reply to iPhone 5c comes in 5 different colors, you can select from 19 different colours for Moto G. When you get bored with the current colour oof the device, buying a new shell will completely give a new look for the device.
Another reason why you should buy Moto G is the price range of the phone. I must say the phone is very cheap considering and comparing the specifications with what other phones have from brands like Samsung or Sony. In India Moto G costs 12-13k (Flipkart) and less that 15K from any other seller.
There are not much cons about this phone. As per the user reviews they all like to give a higher rating for the device as they feel very comfortable with the device.
No MicroSD Card Slot – Limited Storage
The phone doesn’t have an expandable memory slot. So you must adjust with whatever internal memory you’ve got. There is 8GB and 16GB variants for Moto G with price difference of 1-2k
Thick and Heavy
Just looking the dimensions of the phone, 129.9 x 65.9 x 11.6 mm (5.11 x 2.59 x 0.46 in) and weighing 143 grams, these figures are on a little upper side. Result is a thicker and heavier phone usually what people is uncomfortable with. But Motorola has managed to feel less through a much elegant design.
While discussing the camera and picture quality, Moto G is not upto mark. Moto G is fitted with a 5MP rear and a 1.3MP front facing camera. For video calls and self portraits, the front facing camera is great however the rear camera doesn’t deserve much applause. It is not sufficient for the phone when other features are considered.