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Motorola Moto G (2014) Review: The Best All-Round Budget Smartphone – Forbes

Motorola Moto G (2014) Review: The Best All-Round Budget Smartphone – Forbes

Motorola Moto G (2014) Review: The Best All-Round Budget Smartphone – Forbes
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Motorola scored big with original Moto G but in fairness the company was shooting into an empty net. As recently as 2013, budget Android smartphones were almost universally terrible. Now as Motorola returns with its new Moto G in late 2014 the competition is hotting up.

Amusingly perhaps the biggest rival comes from Motorola itself. At $ 180 contract free the first Moto G was a steal, but the superb Moto E that followed was almost as good for $ 50 less. And now Google is giving away the magic recipe. The Android One initiative dictates specifications, supplies stock Android, promises fast delivery of updates and results in slick handsets for under $ 100.

Consequently the 201…………… continues on Motorola Moto G (2014) Review: The Best All-Round Budget Smartphone – Forbes

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Leak Tips 5.9-Inch Motorola ‘Shamu’ Nexus Phone
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You have to laugh at the rumored codename for Motorola’s new Nexus device: Shamu. But it’s fitting, given that new leaks suggest that the smartphone has drifted into the fabled phablet territory.

And, boy, is it going to make a splash.

Though previous leaks said the Motorola Shamu had a 5.2-inch screen, a “recent device” that 9to5Google is “directly familiar with” puts the Nexus X phone’s screen at a whopping 5.92 inches. For those of you who have spent a lot of time in the Apple Store lately trying to justify the size of the iPhone 6 Plus in your tiny little hands, the rumored Nexus X phone comes with a screen that’s all of 0.4 inches bigger. Good luck.

The giant screen will allegedly support a resolution of 2,560 by 1,440, giving it a pixels-per-inch count of 498—quite a bit higher than the iPhone 6 Plus’s 401 ppi. Motorola will allegedly pack a 3,200 mAh battery into the smartphone, 900 mAh more than what you get from its smaller…………… continues on PC Magazine

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