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Moto G (Gen 3) review
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Moto G (Gen 3) review

motorola-moto-g3-2015The Moto G helped Motorola make a big comeback in emerging markets like India. Thanks to its excellent price to feature ratio and smooth performance, the phone ended up becoming the benchmark for budget Android devices.
Motorola Moto G (3rd gen) The new Moto G, when compared to the 2014 variant, offers a better camera, bigger battery, 4G support and is water-resistant. On papers, the Moto G might not stand out. However, Motorola seems to have added just the right upgrades. It comes in 8GB and 16GB ROM options at Rs 11,999 and Rs 12,999, respectively.

Both the versions support 4G. While the 8GB internal storage offers 1GB RAM and the 16GB variant has 2GB RAM. Both supports microSD cards. Rest of the features are the same.
Features :
5-inch 720p HD display
1.4 GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 410
Android 5.1.1 Lollipop
RAM – 1GB (for 8GB version)/2GB (for 16GB version)
Storage- 8GB/16GB (32GB expandable)
13MP rear camera with Dual Tone LED Flash
5MP front camera
2,470 mAh battery
Dual SIM (Micro)


The third-generation Moto G is a great budget smartphone combining upgraded hardware and smooth performance. The improved camera makes the device one of the best camera phones in this price range. 4G connectivity is now standard but more RAM makes multitasking a breeze. It's also the only phone under Rs 15,000 to come with a water-resistant body.Moto G (third-gen) is a great Android phone for those who don't want to spend a lot of money. It offers a smooth user experience and is designed to last long.

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