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Display and design
The Moto G 3rd Gen price and features were announced by Motorola earlier this year (2015). The new mobile from Motorola upholds the legacy with a supremely engineered 5-inch HD (1,280 x 720 pixels) IPS LCD capacitive display, resulting into a pixel density of 294ppi. It has been protected by Corning Gorilla Glass which effectively protects the display from accidental damages and unwanted scratches.
The Moto Ggets a significant facelift in terms of design with some premium elements like the metal frame and a vertical metallic strip at the back. Check this. But the goodness doesn't end here, as the new device comes with IPxcompatibility, making it waterproof, and letting it survive in up to three feet of water for up to 30 minutes.
The Moto G (2015) has been powered by a 64-bit Snapdragon 4quad-core processor clocked at 1.GHz. Working in consonance with the CPU is a powerful 2GB RAM and Adreno 30GPU. The software which forms the basic substratum for all operations is the newly launched Android v5.1.(Lollipop) operating system, preloaded with some signature apps like Moto Display, Quick Capture etc.
Camera and storage
The smartphone boasts of a 13MP autofocus rear camera with an f/2.0 aperture, IR filter and colour-balancing flash. On the front, the smartphone is armed with a 5MP camera with a wide-angle lens, making your phone an awesome tool for clicking selfies. The new Moto G comes with a 16GB internal memory which can further be expanded up to 32GB.
Motorola Moto G 3rd Gen 16GB smartphone runs on Android v5.1.(Lollipop) operating system. The phone is powered by Quad core, 1.GHz, Cortex A5processor. It runs on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 4MSM891Chipset. It has GB RAM and 1GB internal storage.
Motorola Moto G 3rd Gen 16GB smartphone has a IPS LCD display. It measures 142.mm x 72.mm x 11.mm and weighs 15grams. The screen has a resolution of HD (720 x 1280 pixels) and 29ppi pixel density. On camera front, the buyers get a MP Primary Camera and on the rear, there's an 1MP camera with features like x Digital Zoom, Auto Flash, Face detection, Touch to focus. It is backed by a 2470 mAh battery. Connectivity features in the smartphone include WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, and more.
Motorola's Moto G (3rd Generation) has grown slightly around all edges, which is likely due to the bigger battery and the moisture-protection seals. Unlike its precursor that only had a nano-protection finish against splash water, the Moto G is now protected against the ingress of fresh water in compliance with IPXThat means it can be submerged in water up to a depth of one meter for 30 minutes. In contrast to Sony's Xperia MAqua, it is not dust-proof.
The review sample's height ranges from 6.to 11.millimeters and weighs a high 15grams. However, neither measurement gets annoying in everyday use. Quite the contrary: The smartphone is pleasant to hold and makes a high-quality impression. The fact that it is made completely of plastic does not change that. The rippled back proves to be very slip-proof. The Moto G also did not make any noises during our warping attempts. Only firm pressure on the screen's Gorilla Glass panel can provoke slight wave formation.
The gaps are exact and do not give reason for complaint. The back also closes flush and homogeneously. The micro-SIM and micro-SD card slots can be accessed after removing the back cover. The battery is hidden underneath another plastic layer and is not as easy to access.
The Moto G does not exhibit any manufacturing weaknesses. The smartphone's outside colors can be personalized when the device is ordered via the Moto Maker.
Following tradition, Motorola also relies on the latest stock Android version in the 3rd generation. Thus, Android 5.1.Lollipop is installed. Even additional apps are limited to a minimum, and only the Moto app and an aid for migrating data are preloaded. There are no third-party apps found.
The Moto app is known from other devices, such as the Moto X. It enables defining guidelines for the smartphone according to location or time. Besides that, two gestures can also be enabled that either turn on the flashlight or camera. Furthermore, the screen's notification behavior in standby can be controlled.
Communication & GPS
Motorola's Moto G (2015) accesses the Internet via HSPA+ (max. 4MBit/s) or LTE Cat.(max. 150 MBit/s) on the go. The latter connection has a wide frequency coverage, which, unfortunately, cannot be said of the HSPA alternative. The smartphone usually preferred the LTE connection in the tests. The connection quality was good and did not display any irregularities in a major city.
The smartphone's Wi-Fi module only supports the IEEE 802.1b/g/n standards and consequently only transmits in the 2.frequency band. The components' range is nevertheless decent and largely convincing. However, the signal decreases strongly at a big distance to the access point (AP). It was as much as -8dBm with a Devolo AP, and -8dBm with a Fritz!Box. We could, however, enjoy an HD stream via Netflix without interference.
The Moto G 3rd Generation does not sport NFC, either. Bluetooth version 4.0 is again on board and functions impeccably. The connection proved very stable, and audio streaming was possible at a distance of 1meters between speakers and smartphone without any interruptions.
GPS Test outdoors
The Moto G utilizes both the GPS and Glonass satellite networks for localization. It took a moment before satellites were found indoors but was then relatively accurate. It was much faster outdoors and even more precise.
We tested the accuracy of Motorola's Moto G (2015) in everyday use by comparing it with the bike computer Garmin Edge 500. Both devices were taken on the same bike route, and the review sample made a good impression. Although minor localization inaccuracies are seen in narrow streets and in the woods, they are barely noticed in the sum of the test route..
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