Moto G review

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Outside of Google’s Nexus line of products, good, inexpensive Android phones have been hard to come by. Instead, the word “cheap” has frequently gone hand in hand with “nasty” when describing handsets in the £100-150 (or $160-200) price range. That’s outright, with no contract signed. But with its new budget phone, the Moto G, Motorola is seeking to change this.In its recent presentation from Brazil, the new, fully Googlified Motorola took aim at both the low-cost competition and rival Android device manufacturers in general. The former, it said, typically consisted of compromised, out-of-date hardware that in turn delivered a lackluster user

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