I've been thoroughly impressed with my Moto G. I almost never buy top-of-the-line devices anymore, but this sure feels like one. Motorola really made some smart decisions with where they trimmed costs, because it never really feels like the phone is lacking. The best part is that arguably the three greatest cost-saving cuts (lack of LTE, a faster processor, and a larger screen) end up improving the device by allowing a longer battery life, while never really feeling like they're missed.
The People's Smartphone. Google dubs its latest highlight "Moto G" that is sold by the subsidiary Motorola. The smartphone fuses high-performance hardware with a reasonable price. We checked whether this strategy adds up.