Smartphones that come at a budgeted price might not be able to grab as much attention and popularity as their more expensive counterparts, but they are in great demand, especially in Indian markets. The launch of the Motorola Moto G was the company’s attempt to capture the cost-conscious sector by offering top-notch features at an affordable price.
There are plenty of good things about this incredibly inexpensive handset. If you have a look at the Motorola Moto G Specificationlist, it will definitely leave you impressed.
- The device features a capacitive touch screen of 4.5”, which offers a resolution of 720 x 1280 pixels.
- The phone is powered by 1.2 GHz quad-core QUALCOMM Snapdragon 400 processor. It has a RAM of 1 GB and offers internal storage of 8GB.
- The rear end camera is of 5 megapixels whereas the front camera is of 1.3 megapixels.
- Moto G runs on Android 4.3 and even features Java support. But the browser doesn’t support Flash.
- In terms of connectivity, you have Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. Other Motorola Moto G Features that you can count on include FM radio, ability to charge via Micro USB, dual SIM feature and 3G support.
- If you consider sensors, the device offers ambient light sensor, accelerometer, proximity sensor and magnetometer.
- The device comes in white as well as black. The best part is that it features coloured replaceable back plates.
What do you get in the Moto G box?
The Indian version of the Moto G includes the handset, a charger and headset. The USB cable is missing and you will have to buy one for transferring phone data. Other than these, the package includes a user manual and some documents related to the warranty.
The first impression
Even if the device weighs 143 grams, it feels good to hold it because of its ergonomically rounded corners and curved back. After holding the device you will agree that the construction is simply excellent, with the back panel fitting snuggly, resulting in no wobbles or creaks.
The first thing that you will notice about the device is its glittering black front panel. The absence of hardware buttons and brand logos adds a pinch of class to the looks of the device. On the right side you will find two chrome finished buttons sitting neatly on the handset. One of them is the power key and the other is the volume rocker. The left edge is absolutely plain with no buttons or ports. The Motorola Moto G Price falls in the Rs 15,000 bracket making it a great budget performer.You can check more details to get in times of India.