The affordable Moto G series, first introduced in 2013, is now bringing 5G to the masses.
When Apple announced the impressive iPad Pro yesterday, and the brand new iPhone 6s and 6s plus, I was quite shocked that Apple still thinks that 16GB (iPhone) or 32GB (iPad Pro) is sufficient storage. With no way to further add storage, you could make a very costly mistake by buying… [Click for more]
Yesterday, a new company hit the scene and launched two new handsets – one of which almost identically matches the Moto G on specs. But it’s up to £80 cheaper, so can it really compete on the same level? The Wileyfox Swift (see my unboxing here) being cheaper than its Motorola counterpart is somewhat… [Click for more]
The entry level phone from brand-new company Wileyfox is the Swift, a 4G smartphone that will set you back just £129, and is powered by Qualcomm’s sprightly quad-core Snapdragon 410 chipset. Competing head on with the latest 3rd generation Moto G, the specs are remarkably similar on paper. Like the… [Click for more]
Today Motorola launched a new Moto G that finally comes with an upgraded chipset, improved camera and, for the first time, water proofing. At the same time, Motorola also unveiled two Moto X models, including a cheaper variant that offers incredible battery life. Moto G (3rd Edition) Along with the Moto E,… [Click for more]
Having now got every single budget Motorola smartphone (bar one) since the first Moto G hit the shelves in November 2013, with the Moto E marking its debut soon after, I thought it was as good a time as any to see how each successive model compares against the last.
After a release of the 4G version of Motorola’s second generation Moto G in some markets late last year, the company has today announced its UK release. £159 gets you the Moto G 4G (2nd Gen) and it’s on sale now via the Motorola website, and from next week (week commencing… [Click for more]
No you haven’t stumbled upon an old article. It’s very much September 2014, even if Motorola has opted to announce two new handsets today with the same name as those released a year ago, namely Moto G and Moto X – the second generation. Motorola also gave more information about its forthcoming… [Click for more]
Motorola has one again come up with something that is sure to help grow its market share even further in 2014, after the huge success of the Moto G last year propelled the firm to a 6% share of the UK market .
Google has launched Google Play editions of the Motorola G, but I really can’t see the point whatsoever.
Motorola has today announced that Android 4.4 (KitKat) is now rolling out to UK and European users of the Moto G, one day before it is due to make another announcement that could see the launch of the flagship Moto X in the UK.
Motorola’s best chance of success to date lies in the budget Moto G (and it’s great news for all of us)
This week Motorola announced the Moto G, an Android smartphone at an incredibly low price. But it isn’t like any other cheap Android phone that has come before it.