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Motorola Moto G (2014): Top 5 Business Features

Motorola Moto G (2014): Top 5 Business Features

Motorola Moto G (2014): Top 5 Business Features
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The 2014 Moto G packs a big 5-inch screen.
Credit: Motorola

Want a great business phone that’s affordable? Motorola’s new Moto G is a standout Android smartphone that’s hard to beat, for the price. The device packs a large 5-inch display, a zippy processor and a bunch of handy software features that will help you be more productive.  

The new Moto G is a follow-up to the original Moto G, a 4.5-inch phone that launched last fall. Both phones are more affordable alternatives to Motorola’s flagship Moto X line, which was also refreshed this month with a new 5.2-inch version.

Size difference aside, the Moto G lacks a few of the Moto X’s best features, including always-listening voice commands and 4G LTE support, so users will have to settle for slightly slower Internet speeds. But the more affordable phone still m…………… continues on BusinessNewsDaily

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A few weeks ago I found myself on the eighteenth floor of the historic Merchandise Mart building in downtown Chicago, surrounded by dozens of anxious journalists awaiting a press conference for Motorola’s new phone. We were in a room splashed with vivid hues and packed with chairs of varying shapes and sizes, arranged in a semi-circle pattern. A nearby wall had a graffiti-like mural that read, somewhat perplexingly, “We want more” and “Thank you.” At the front of the room was a makeshift stage flanked by two televisions. A giant Ma Batwings “M” was plastered on each display.

Welcome to the new, soon-to-be Lenovo-owned Motorola—it’s surprisingly like the old one.

As I waited for the proceedings to begin, I reflected on how much Motorola, long a stalwart of the U.S. electronics industry, had impacted my life. Sure, most people associate the name with the pioneering radio giant it once was. But, owing to the nature of cellular technology and mobile phones, Motorola has played an integral part in many people’s daily lives. For example, in high school I had a job selling cell phones, and I recall Motorola’s StarTAC being a tough sell. (It had a steep price tag.) Still, I was able to move inventory, a sign of things to come. Years later, I worked for Verizon Wireless, where I found myself bewildered at how well the Motorola Razr still sold well a full two years…………… continues on Fortune

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