Getting up close to the Moto G 3rd gen

The launch of the Moto G Third Generation has created a lot of buzz, and rightfully so. Check out what this budget android phone has to offer and all the exciting features you can rely on, if you have your heart set on it.

The third generation of the impeccable Moto G 3 is here and we’re all excited about it. Since its launch it has already established itself as the benchmark for reasonable android devices. Delivering on quality and an affordable price it has everything your checklist would need.

Getting To The Build and Design: The Company now owned by Lenovo decided to stick to some of its basic specifications from the second-generation phone. From its dual-front grilles, one still stays as the earpiece while the other is the speaker outlet. Moving away from chrome inserts, they are subtler.

With a stable back cover, completely fitted with a metallic strip that houses the 13 MP camera, you can certainly count on the Moto G to give you a stylish look.

Deep Into The Display: Providing you with a fairly decent display the Moto G has a 5-inch HD (720x1280p) display. Viewing angles maintain accuracy and the touch response is absolutely flawless.

Software Specifications: Equipped with Android 5.1 Lollipop the Moto G third generation is quite close to the Google nexus phones.

There’s a host of features tech freaks would love to get their hands on, like Assist, a customizable Do Not Disturb, Help, Moto Migrate, etc. Another cool feature you would like to get acquainted with is the double karate chop that turns on the torch and the way you can twist the phone to capture an image in camera mode.

The Experience: This time around Motorola has upgraded the processor and doubled the RAM. Powered by a 64-bit 1.4GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 quad-core processor, The Moto G (third generation) also houses Adreno 306 graphics and 2GB RAM.

You can also rely on all your basics such as Bluetooth, WiFi and GPS. Let’s not forget you get to use FM, even on speaker as long as you plug in your earphones to enable the antenna. The phone has a fairly strong battery life and can be trusted to last the entire day even with the highest brightness level and continuous use of 3G.

So What’s The Verdict: Priced at Rs.12,999, the Moto G is definitely a good buy. Affordable and providing you with a host of good features, it’s rare to find a phone in such a price range with a water resistant body. However it’s not the least priced, and there could be arguments of it not being as low as budget freaks would expect it to.

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