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Moto G 3rd Gen – What the top web reviews say

Moto G 3rd Gen – What the top web reviews say

Is the new Moto G 3rd Gen on your mind? We compile the best reviews from around the web to help you decide if Motorola’s bold new phone is for you

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The Moto G has time and again been proven to be one of the best phones in the budget smartphone segment. It performs well, the features pack a punch for the price and it stands up well to consistent software updates. This is one of the reasons why it is Motorola’s most popular phone since the company’s inception. Does the new edition — the Moto G 3rd Gen – possess the same features? Will it carry on in the same tradition as its predecessors?

Here’s what the reviews say:

Engadget’s Chris Velazco has reviewed the phone in detail and believes that the Moto G 3rd Gen “wins the crown for ‘the best cheap phone’.” According to Velazco:

Even with all that new competition, the Motorola Moto G’s blend of performance, clean software and a mostly solid camera make it the best bang for your Android buying buck… for now, anyway. - Chris Velazco, Engadget.
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Read the full review here.

Twitter user @jameshay12 agrees with Engadget’s review:

According to Indian Express‘s Debasish Sarkar, the Moto G 3rd Gen is “still the budget benchmark”. Sarkar’s review is more about how everyday people can use the phone and what advantages it can offer to them. He says,

This is the only smartphone in this price range which is water-resistant. You cannot swim with your new Moto G, however, you need not worry about rains or accidental spills. The battery easily lasts a day of regular usage. - Debasish Sarkar, Indian Express.
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Read the full review here.

Twitter user @Mendelson9 also had observations about the phone’s battery life:

Nimish Sawant of Firstpost Tech has a detailed review that concentrates on multiple aspects of the phone. Sawant’s review places an emphasis on the phone’s performance and UI. Sawant adds,

Features such as Moto Display, Quick capture and chop twice to activate the flashlight add value to the user experience. And thanks to the stock Android experience, there are no unnecessary slowdowns. - Nimish Sawant, Firstpost Tech..
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Read the full review here.

Sawant is not the only one who enjoys the phone’s features. Twitter user @ecksmc1972 also has some views about the Moto G 3rd Generation’s UI.

To round it all off, this review from GSM Arena encapsulates perfectly what the new Moto G 3rd Gen is all about. Here’s a snippet:

The newcomer features a beefier 64-bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 chipset and 2GB of RAM on board, as well as a 13MP main camera with 1080p video capture and 5MP front-facing unit. However, the above specs are not the new Moto G’s trump card. The device’s IPX7 water-resistant body and customizable colors promise to put the smartphone head and shoulders above its competitors. - GSM Arena.
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Read the full review here.

Twitter user @CosRyan explains why he loves the Moto G 3rd Generation:

Our verdict of the Moto G 3rd Gen:

The Moto G 3rd Gen is easily one of the best budget smartphones in the market at the moment. Backed by Motorola’s years of engineering experience coupled with great upgrades in user experience and design, this phone is definitely one you should consider.

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