Moto g 3rd gen:
Moto g 3rd gen launched in Indian market recently let’s see how it look and functions. This article is about moto g 3rd gen pros and cons. As you know 3rd generation Motorola g phone is most awaited phone since 2015. Moto G was the most successful phone in company’s history. Moto G produces budget android handset with good looking design and performance that you can expect at paid price.
Unboxing Moto g 3rd gen:
Unlike other Motorola smartphones it comes with basic retail package. It comes with couple of booklets and white colored charger. Moto g family never offered bundled accessories so it is not exception if you are looking for earphone, screen guard for 3rd gen then you will get disappointed.
Moto G 3rd gen is design is similar to moto g it is said it’s design quintessential . The design is not stand in front of crowd but in hand it feels good. Back strike gives good friction to offer secure grip. In physical aspect 142.1 x 72.4 x 11.6mm, the Moto G 3rd has a slightly larger than the second generation. Weight is 155 grams only 6gm heavier than its predecessor, despite being waterproof and with significantly bigger battery.
Moto G 3rd Gen comes with 13MP auto focus default mode. You can go to setting and change the exposure and focus controls. It capture good photo outdoor and well tilt conditions also. However low light performance could be better. Extra feature introduced into it is HDR with auto focus, torch, capture. Camera a quality is similar to Nexus 6 at price at such low price tag. 5 MP front facing camera is also impressive for selfies and video calling.
Finally we are able to take 1080p video recording on moto g 3rd gen. Cam recorder is simple and easy to use similar to predecessor.
Performance and CPU:
Buying high end feature by offering $40 is always great than buying 1GB ram variant .Motorola Moto G (3rd gen) comes with Adreno 306 GPU in charge of graphics. It has okey Auntutu benchmark score 23283 as well other benchmark score but moto g delivers good system experience. Application works smoothly without lag while switching from one application to other.
Another advantage is software update for this phone is faster from Google than it’s competitor’s.
It have better battery life than predecessor combined with energy sipping and Android lollipop to endure impressive battery backup up to 75hr.
Bluetooth 4.0 alongside Wi-Fi b/g/n with Wireless Hotspot support. Wired connectivity is covered by a microUSB 2.0 port with USB host. Although missing of NFC or IFC port doesn’t impact much Moto G 3rd Gen does have an FM radio as well as Satellite Navigation with GPS.
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Pros and cons of Moto G 3rd Gen
Pros moto g 3rd gen:
- Active noise cancellation with a dedicated microphone
- IPX7 water-resistant body
- Customizable body through Moto Maker
- price tag
Cons moto g 3rd gen:
- No NFC
- Non-removable battery
- No stereo speakers
- Moto Maker is available on selected market channel.