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Review: Motorola Moto G vs. Samsung Galaxy Grand Neo – Phone overlook …

Review: Motorola Moto G vs. Samsung Galaxy Grand Neo – Phone overlook …

Review: Motorola Moto G vs. Samsung Galaxy Grand Neo – Phone overlook …
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With technology expanding every day we see phones & tablet smart devices get better and better, this is why today we go over the battery life, specifications, display and camera. These are merely a comparison as every user has there own preferences in type of operating system and ease of use.

Released two months ago, the Samsung Galaxy Grand Neo is based on the Galaxy Grand smart device and much as its predecessor it features optional Dual SIM capabilities. However, is this feature enough to make it better than the Moto and how do its specifications compare to the Motorola mid-range price smartphone? Design Closely resembling its predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy Grand Neo keeps up with the trend of the Galaxy smartphone line having a simple, yet stylish design. Even though the device is 5.66 x 3.04 x 0.38 inches the device is easy to grip. However, its overall weight of 163 grams makes it a bit tiresome to the hand when extensively used. Specifications For a smartphone in its price range, the Samsung Galaxy Grand Neo doesn’t stand out with as powerful specifications. Even though it features a Quad-Core 1.2 GHz Cortex-A7 processors, backed up by a BCM23550 chipset and as much as 1 GB of RAM that are enough to run some business and lifestyle applications, the smart device is not powerful enough to run almost any high-end mobi…………… continues on StreetWise Tech

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How Motorola became a smash hit in India
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Summary: It was one of the first brands to exclusively harness the power of the internet as a sales channel thereby slashing its distribution costs

For a company that was down and out, to become one of the best selling brands in the world in under a year—that too, selling what is rapidly becoming a commoditized product, namely the smartphone—is the kind of fairy tale story that anyone would die for. The company in question, in case you haven’t guessed already, is Motorola. And the country most responsible for Motorola’s success is India.

India is perhaps the most competitive market for cell phones today because of the sheer number of brands here, product segments and the assembly line of models being rolled out on a continuous basis. Indian customers don’t get deals on phones vis a vis their telecom provider so the buying process is all the more exhaustive. In fact the Indian is notoriously value-driven so winning here is not a joke.

And yet Motorola has effortlessly done so, selling a staggering 1 million phones in under six months (Indians bought 44 mill…………… continues on ZDNet

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