Motorola's wallet-friendly formula hasn't changed much since last year's Moto G, but that's OK -- the company changed just enough to make the 2014 version one of the best budget smartphones out there.Read Full Review
- Camera is much better than the original's
- Near-stock Android 4.4.4 is a treat
- Feels snappy despite aging internals
- No LTE
- Screen isn't as crisp as last year's model
Sporting a comfy design and a crisp 5-inch display, the unlocked Motorola Moto G offers a quality Android experience on the cheap.
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While the average rating of this would probably be like a 7, I dragged it down because of how easily it shattered after being dropped once, gently, from waist height. Horrible build quality.
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