Motorola Moto G ReviewIt was in August 2012 that Google acquired Motorola. Each of us expected something amazing from this company (who said the recent Nexus?). But let us get down to brass task, beginning to analyze the most badass low-end device of the market place.
Moto G features a built-in Snapdragon 400 processor as well as an Adreno 306 GPU, for rapid actions together in computational and also graphics tasks. The hardware is surely not top-notch, however simultaneously will really by no means let you down (It's a quad core!). The main deficiency of this phone is unquestionably its internal storage, regrettably (and Google enjoys doing this) is definitely non-expandable. This will certainly keep several potential buyers from buying the device, mainly because for most of them 8 or 16 GB aren't sufficient. We mentioned the lacks of this smartphone, nevertheless we should name the good things also: the display (4,5” 720p) of the Moto G is definitely amazing as well as full of brilliant colours. It mounts a 2070 mAh battery, and that is enough to cover a day. But Motorola had to economize on something, so the phone isn't provided with a NFC chip plus a high-speed online connectivity.
DesignWhile being hold inside a hand, the device feels strong and even more "high quality" than expected. It does not equip a big display, consequently its measures are controlled.
Efficiency and SoftwareThere's definitely nothing to mention about Motorola's software, that performs much better than its competitors.
It handles the RAM well, closing unnecessary apps without causing delays. Actually during the web browsing, in the most quite heavy web sites, it performs nicely (even with Chrome as default browser).