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Motorola Moto G 3rd Gen (4G - 16GB - 2GB) Black



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Product Description

Quad core processing power in a great value product. 4.5" display. 5MP rear camera with a VGA front facing camera. Great 24hr battery performance with a 2390mAh battery. Personalize with colored bands.



Advanced water resistance

IPX7-rated protection keeps your phone safe from splashes and accidental drops in water.

*Designed to withstand immersion in up to 3 feet of fresh water for up to 30 minutes provided the back cover is properly sealed. Not designed to work while submerged underwater. Do not use while swimming, or subject it to pressurized streams of water. Not dustproof. See Motorola.com for details.

13 MP camera

Capture true-to-life photos with a 13 MP camera that includes a color-balancing dual LED flash.

Pure Android experience plus Moto innovations

Simplifying what you’re doing. Anticipating what you’re going to do. Your phone does it for you.


All-day battery

Go about your day without stopping to recharge.

* All battery life claims are approximate and based on a standard mixed use profile. The mixed use profile is based on Motorola devices on major 4G LTE networks with excellent coverage and includes both usage and standby time. Out-of-box settings are applied to the mixed use profile to project batteryperformance. Actual battery performance will vary and depends on many factors including signal strength, network configuration, age of battery, operating temperature, features selected, device settings, and voice, data, and other application usage patterns.

4G LTE speed

Browse the web, stream music, play games, and watch videos at blazing speed.

5” HD display

With a sharp, 5-inch HD display, every photo, video, and game looks its best.


  • Product Dimensions: Width: 72.4mm Height: 142.1mm Curve: 11.6mm
  • Operating System: Android OS Lollipop
  • Display: 5” HD
  • Weight: 155g
  • Battery: 2470 mAh All Day Battery
  • Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 processor, 1.4 GHz quad-core CPU
  • Memory: 16 GB RAM 2GB
  • Camera: 13MP rear facing; 5MP with display flash front facing
  • Bluetooth Technology: Version 4.0 LE

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  1. The Best "Bang For The Buck" Smartphone

    Posted by Abdul Wahab on 31st Oct 2015

    When it comes to budget smartphones, no one does it better than Motorola. For two long years, the Moto G has reigned supreme over every other cut-price handset around, and the latest 3rd Gen Moto G is easily its best yet. However, a lot has changed since the 2nd Gen Moto G launched last year, as Motorola's latest model now has to contend with the incredible Vodafone Smart Ultra 6, whose budget-defying specs completely redefined what I've come to expect from a £125 handset.

    Of course, the Smart Ultra 6 does come with some caveats, namely that you have to be a Vodafone customer in order to use it (which isn't necessarily ideal if you're happy on a different network) and it has a huge 5.5in display, which may not suit everyone's needs (or pockets). Enter the 3rd Gen Moto G.

    This new version is a much more refined handset than its chunky-looking predecessor, and while the specs haven't leapt forward quite as much as I'd hoped, Motorola's superb build quality and sheer number of features more than make up for it.

    Moto G 3rd Gen yellow and blue shells
    ^ If you choose to customise your Moto G using Moto Maker, you can personalise the rear shell cover and metallic accent

    That said, with prices now ranging between £159 and £209, the 3rd Gen Moto G isn't a straightforward budget bargain like its predecessors - especially when there are now two different specifications available. For instance, the cheapest £159 model - the type available to buy through most retailers and networks - only comes with 8GB of storage and 1GB of RAM. If you want to choose your own colours and personalise the 3rd Gen Moto G with Motorola's Moto Maker service, you'll need to add another £20 onto that price, while the 16GB version (which comes with 2GB of RAM) is another £30 on top of that.

    Admittedly, the extra storage isn't so much of a problem thanks to the Moto G's microSD card slot. The main problem is the extra RAM, which affects the phone's overall speed and multitasking capability, but I''ll explain more about this on the next page.

    Regardless of which model you choose, though, the new Moto G's design is far superior to any other budget handset I've seen from Motorola so far. Taking several design cues from Motorola's Moto X series, the metal effect frame curves almost seamlessly into the removable back plate, creating lovely smooth contours.

    Motorola Moto G 3rd Gen shells
    While its overall girth of 11.6mm isn't particularly svelte, the edges taper to a pleasing 6.1mm and its weight of 155g makes it feel very strong and durable. I much prefer it to the flat, angular edges of the Sony Xperia M4 Aqua and Samsung Galaxy A3, and even the gorgeous rubbery finish on the HTC Desire 626 can't quite compare to the sheer comfort afforded by the 3rd Gen Moto G. The machined, textured finish on the power button is a particularly nice touch as well, as this makes it much easier to find in comparison to the flat volume rocker.

    The Moto G's removable rear panel is also a boon rather than a curse. These come in a variety of different colours and can be swapped in and out as you please, making it much more personal and customisable than any other handset at this price. It certainly beats having to make do with the slightly dull finishes on the EE Harrier and Vodafone Smart Ultra 6, and each Moto G grip shell and flip case also comes with a subtle ribbed texture. This feels very classy under your fingers, and provides an excellent amount of grip, which is vital if you're going to use Motorola's ingenious hand gesture shortcuts to access certain parts of the phone.

    A double karate chop will turn on the phone's rear flashlight, while a double twist of your wrist will instantly open the camera. I wouldn't feel quite so confident performing these actions on other handsets, and it's these kind of thoughtful handy features which help set the Moto G apart from the rest of the crowd.

    Likewise, when the back is properly clipped into place (and you're reminded as such as soon as you turn on the phone), the Moto G becomes waterproof thanks to its IPX7 rating, meaning it can be dunked in up to one metre of water for up to 30 minutes without taking damage. It's not entirely watertight, though, so if you do happen to drop it down the loo, you'll need to make sure you take off the back and give it a quick wipe, as we found a fair few droplets still lingering beneath the shell during our testing.

    Underneath the rear panel, you can access the micro SIM card slot and microSD. There's full 4G support, of course, but it's a shame the microSD card slot only takes cards up to 32GB. Still, that should be plenty for most users, in addition to the 8GB or 16GB of memory provided – although only 4GB or 12GB is actually available to the user after taking Android and other apps into account.

    As far as I can tell, the 3rd Gen Moto G uses an almost identical screen to the one used on the 2nd Gen Moto G. Both have a 5in 1,280x720 resolution display, which I think strikes just the right balance between screen size and pixel clarity, and our colour calibration tests bore very similar results.

    New Moto G 2015 with Moto G 2nd Gen and Moto E
    ^ The 3rd Gen Moto G (left) has a much more refined design than the 2nd Gen Moto G (centre) and the 2nd Gen Moto E (right)

    For instance, our colour calibrator showed it was displaying 85.4% of the sRGB colour gamut. This is around average compared to other budget phone displays, and while it obviously can't compare to the rich vibrancy of the Galaxy A3's Super AMOLED display, our resulting colour gamut had a very even spread across all the main primary colours. Reds were weakest, but skin tones looked much more natural than rival phone displays, such as the HTC Desire 626, when I lined them all up side by side. I also preferred it to the 2nd Gen Moto G's screen, which also looked very warm and pink compared to the new model.

    Black levels were reasonably dark at 0.36cd/m2 on max brightness, and the screen's contrast levels of 1,061:1 provided plenty of detail. Likewise, the Moto G's viewing angles were excellent, even at more extreme angles. However, you'll struggle to make out darker images and video scenes when using the phone outdoors, as its peak brightness of 339.38cd/m2 is only really suited for web browsing and using apps with lighter backgrounds when you're out in the sun.

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