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Motorola New Moto G (2014) Review: In Depth

Motorola New Moto G (2014) Review: In Depth

Motorola New Moto G (2014) Review: In Depth
News from Recombu:

The sequel to last year’s fantastic Motorola Moto G is here! The New Motorola Moto G is a bigger phone than the original game-changing Moto G, but is it better? Check out our full review.

Motorola New Moto G (2014): Design

Motorola hasn’t gone for a revolutionary new design with the New Moto G, instead simply taking the original Moto G’s curvy frame and boosting it in size. The only real difference is some crafty speaker rearrangement, which we’ll cover later (that’s called a teaser, kiddies).

That increase in size does unfortunately mean that the New Moto G isn’t quite as comfortable to play with one-handed. We had to balance the phone on our fingertips and stretch our thumb to reach the top corners, eventually reverting to two-handed use for fear of dropping the damn thing.

Of course, if we did drop the New Moto G, we’re pretty sure it would come out unscathed. The plastic shell is solidly built and the rear plate is very firmly fixed on, to the point that we snapped a fingernail trying to prise the damn thing off.

When you do finally get inside the New Moto G’s innards, you’ll find dual SIM card slots and a micro SD memory card slot…………… continues on Recombu

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Related News:
Nexus 6 / Nexus X / Moto S Release Date: Google, Motorola Are Both Quiet on …
News from The Epoch Times:

Motorola and Google are still keeping mum on the upcoming Nexus phone. 

Both tech companies are reportedly working together to build the Nexus 6, the 2014 replacement for the Nexus 5 flagship Google Nexus smartphone. 

Rumors have it that the Nexus 6, which is being developed under the code name “Shamu,” could be called the Nexus X or Moto S due to copyright reasons. 

The Nexus X will supposedly by carried by Sprint and Verizon in the United States, and could retail at Best Buy starting at $ 499.99. 

The Nexus X (model number XT1100) has either a 5.3-inch or 6.3-inch 2K display resolution, a 2.7GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 with an Adreno 420 GPU, and has a 13 mega-pixel rear camera and a 2.1 mega-pixel front camera.

Unlike notable flagship phones like the Apple’s iPhone 6 and Samsung’s S5 and Note 4, the Nexus X won’t comecontinues on The Epoch Times

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