The Motorola Moto G is now official and with a low price tag and high-end specifications this phone should be received very well.
Moto G Specifications
This smartphone has been dubbed as the phone to shake up the budget market and with a 4.5-inch edge-to-edge HD touchscreen display and quad-core processor it certainly does that. The big bright display delivers a fantastic rich media experience as well as being great for reading e-books or browsing.
The powerful battery and optimisations make the phone work all day and with Google Android 4.3 on board you can enjoy fantastic Google features including Google Play where a world of apps awaits. The OS can be upgraded to Android KitKat so you get the very latest Google OS even though this is a budget phone.
The 5-megapixel camera is comparable to other budget smartphones and you get HD video recording as well as panoramic shot mode and a whole host of filters and effects to add to your images.
The FM radio gives access to your favourite shows and with Motorola Migrate you can wirelessly transfer your contacts, photos and even call history from your old Android phone to the Motorola Moto G.
The interchangeable back covers come in a number of vibrant colours so you can switch up the look of the phone to suit your style and mood.
The phone supports all the popular messaging formats including instant messaging and video calling which is handled by the front facing 1.3-megapixel camera.
Motorola has packed a 1.2GHz quad-core processor and 1GB RAM into the Moto G and at such a small price that is a real value for money.
Motorola Moto G deals
Motorola has made the Moto G very affordable without compromising on features so you can get the phone on a number of monthly rental deals for free.
Overall this a great phone for the price and this could be the phone that launches Motorola back into the UK smartphone market once more.
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Written by: Carmel Brown