Moto G is a newly launched budget-priced smartphone from Motorola. When compared with other devices of Motorola, this Moto G doesn’t have anything new as such. This is a musical smartphone and to give best musical experience, the phone focuses more on quality of the music features. There is nothing much to expect from Motorola Moto G for the given price, it is an unexceptionally designed and is not the smartphone that comes in the line of powerful featured smartphone. Motorola Moto G is completely designed for music lovers, if you love music then for sure you will fall for Moto G smartphone. Shells add pops of color with functional protection, while screen film protectors guard your display. Currently Moto G is available only at Flipkart.


The phone has a shiny black front panel, candy bar design with curvy back and rounded corners that take care of ergonomics. The phone is made from plastic materials but feels durable and its rubberised back is interchangeable and you can even opt for a flip cover as well.


When checked with Moto G Specs, it sports 4.5-inches (11.43cm) high-definition touch screen display followed with scratch resistant corning gorilla glass and water-repellent coating surface. Moto G weighs bit heavy of 143 gram and a bit thick at 11.6mm. Why to carry two phones when you’ve got Moto G. Yes, Moto G is a dual sim smartphone that gives you the option to use more than one number and network.  Moto G features the narrow power/ screen lock keys which are made of metal. Moto G is designed for all the things you want to do– streaming YouTube, checking Gmail, browsing on Chrome, finding your way on Maps, and more. Motorola applications bundled with the phone is Moto Care where you could get user guide featuring Tutorials, FAQs, How-To’s and actionable tips. It also offers a shortcut key to get in touch with Motorola’s customer care. The app Motorola Migrate allows to transfer content and settings from one phone to another.

There is no much details about the battery life, but undoubtedly for the given, Moto G Price offers high-stamina standby time. Moto G features 5-megapixel rear camera and 1.3-megapixel front-facing camera. The picture clicked from this phone camera are not of high-resolution and high-quality. The front-facing camera is just for calling purpose as you know, with 1.3MP can’t be clicked very good photographs. The Bluetooth 4.0 connects very well with other devices and you can share pictures, videos and much more files. Even the Wi-Fi connectivity of this smartphone connects very quickly to networks. There are many smartphones filled with powerful and latest technology based that are available for budget-price. But in Moto G you can’t think of having any latest powerful technology for the given price. It’s a simple smartphone with simple features and applications bundled with. As said, Moto G is a music phone so the manufacturer Motorola has given much importance to music quality.


For music lovers, Moto G is an excellent choice to enjoy songs along with dynamic quality sound effects. The 3.5mm universal audio jack boosts the player to delivery good voice clarity musical experience. Have quality media streaming in Motorola Moto G and catch up on hit shows and movies in the comfort of your home with Google Chromecast. If you are expecting good memory storage phone then Motorola Moto G will for sure will bring down your expectation. There is no expandable memory and even the 2070mAh battery is non-removable.

Moto G Deal In Flipkart offers the smartphone at a pocket-friendly price. Motorola Moto G runs on Android 4.3 Jelly Bean OS and in coming days, Motorola has said that the OS can be upgraded to advanced and fastest Android 4.4 KitKat software. The Moto G is powered by 1.2 GHz Quad-Core Qualcomm Snapdragon Processor. Motorola is offering the smartphone Moto G India Price at Rs. Rs 12,499 for the 8GB optional and Rs 13,999 for the 16GB optional. You can also buy the smartphone Moto G Price at Flipkart is Rs.12, 499 only. What are your waiting for!!! Order your Moto G now at Flipkart.

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