[highlight color=#336699 ]Introduction[/highlight]

    Motorola’s hugely successful budget handset reaches its third iteration. Will it continue to reign supreme?

    If you cast your eyes back to the Motorola Mobility event that happened in July this year, the company announced a flurry of new devices covering both budget and flagship price-points. The Moto G represents the former end of the spectrum, costing just £150 from most online retailers. As the third iteration in an already successful legacy, it has some big expectations on its shoulders. Thankfully, the company has continually improved the device and it remains a competitive handset. We have high hopes for the third version and expect it to be no different.

    Technical Details

    Price: £159.99

    OS: Lollipop v5.1.1

    Processor: 1.4 GHZ Snapdragon 410

    Screen: 5.0-inches

    Resolution: 1280 x 720 pixels

    Memory: 1 GB RAM

    Storage: 1GB RAM (8GB) / 2GB RAM (16GB)

    Micro SD compatible: Yes, up to 128GB

    Rear camera: 13MP

    Front camera: 5MP

    Video: 1080p

    Connectivity: 4G

    Dimensions: 142 x 72 x 11.6 mm

    Weight: 155g

    Battery: 2,470 mAh

    Thomas Wellburn

    Deputy Editor at What Mobile
    Tech, mobile and gaming enthusiast. Has a passion for Techno and music production. Will watch cat videos for several hours at a time.
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