Motorola Moto G 5-Inch (2nd Gen UK Stock) Dual Sim 8GB SIM-Free Smartphone XT1068

November 8, 2014 - Comment

Mobile Phones Product Features Motorola MOTO G Touch Mobile Phone (2nd generation) 5 inch 720p (1280×720) HD IPS display with 294 ppi Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor with 1.2 GHz quad-core CPU 8GB Storage Camera: Rear 8MP, Front 2MP You can post this "Motorola Moto G 5-Inch (2nd Gen UK Stock) Dual Sim 8GB SIM-Free Smartphone

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Product Features

  • Motorola MOTO G Touch Mobile Phone (2nd generation)
  • 5 inch 720p (1280×720) HD IPS display with 294 ppi
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor with 1.2 GHz quad-core CPU
  • 8GB Storage
  • Camera: Rear 8MP, Front 2MP

Comments

Chang K. Park "parkck2" says:

amazing value 4 money This is the smartphone bargain of the year. Very similar in appearance and performance to NEXUS 5, which itself is good value, for half the price. The phone is nicely compact and slim despite the 5″ screen which is very sharp (effectively retina). No need for a case as it has gorilla glass 3 and rubberised back, no delicate aluminium to get dented and scratched. Don’t bother with a screen protector – watch Youtube key scratch videos to see how tough the glass is. Just bear in mind that 3rd party apps can’t write to the SD card until the android lollipop update arrives. You can store your pics vids and music on it no problem tho. Current OS is kitkat 4.4.4. Virtually no crapware unlike LG and Samsung so plenty of room left on built in 8 Gb memory. It runs smoother than my galaxy note 2. Battery life is just fine. Even the camera is not bad and has a flash. No 4g but so what, 3g still way faster than my home broadband and means the phone company sucks money from me slower. Dual sim…

Antoine Camilleri says:

Awesome value, yet Motorola have listened to customers and implemented certain features which were missing from the now 7 month old :○ Micro SD card support○ Dual front facing stereo speakers○ Better front and rear cameras○ 5″ displaySimilarities: (5″ model called 2nd generation or XT1068 whilst previous model is the XT1033)Both sport the same processor, 1GB RAM, non removable 2070mAh battery and 720 x 1280 display (albeit larger). Weighing 149g, it is a mere 6 grams more than its 4.5″ predecessor.Differences:○ The cameras are a much welcome improvement: 8MP rear and 2MP front vs the 5MP / 1.3MP. Photos and videos look much better○ Supports micro SD storage. Another key factor for me○ Front firing stereo speakers offer beefier and better sound quality, yet not as loud as the older…

S. Woolger says:

I jumped ship from the iPhone…… My iPhone 4 had outgrown it’s upgradeability and finances wouldn’t allow me to get a newer iPhone let alone an iPhone 6, so I decided to look at Android. I also own an iPad Air and a Macbook so having Apple and Android products side by side seemed like it may prove tricky.Well a week in to this “experiment” I can honestly say that Android has far exceeded my expectations, the Moto G is a gorgeous phone, great screen, fast to load apps and it does everything and more than my iPhone did.I’ve had some great photos off of it and it will last all day out cycling with Strava on, which are my two key uses for it.The OS interface is quick to learn and will be even slicker when the guaranteed Lollipop upgrade appears.Running the phone on a GiffGaff sim makes for super cheap phone ownership and running costs.I’m almost tempted to sell my iPad Air and get a Tesco HUDL2 so my portable devices are both Android.A…

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