Hands-on: the all new Moto G [VIDEO]

While the new Moto X may be the powerhouse to get Android enthusiasts and power users excited, the Moto G should excite folks who don’t have much of a budget to splurge on smartphone. Like its predecessor from last year, the new Moto G provides a pretty powerful experience for those short on change. A quad-core processor, HD resolution and an 8 megapixel camera for under $200? Sign us up! You can find the full specs and details right here. We’ve got a nice gallery of photos sitting below, as well as hands-on video for those who want to see the thing in action. Be sure to give all that a good look-see straight ahead.

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  • Itchy_Robot

    Tech heads riddle me this …. I currently own a Galaxy S3 and am very happy with its abilities. What is the difference between this new Moto G and my Galaxy S3 (besides the lack of 4G)? Would they be similar in capabilities? It’s nice to know that there is a cheap replacement just in case my S3 shits the bed.

    • DurteeDee

      Larger screen newer chip set great battery I guess, I will assume the Samsung camera is better….but I think if you buy it as an oops phone you may just use just to use it

      • Itchy_Robot

        Thanks, I just read that the MotoG has 1gb RAM. My S3 has 2. I guess this old phone of mine is still holding its own. I must say it still works great for my uses. You really can’t beat the S3, especially since it can be had for $150 or less from Craigslist.

        • DurteeDee

          Yea that is the LTE variant… It is showing its age, the s4 snapdragon powering isn’t as great as it used to be, but I am using a droid ultra so works fine for me .

    • https://plus.google.com/108596272537415356460/posts Jason Farrell

      Compare the phones: http://www.phonearena.com/phones/compare/Samsung-Galaxy-S-III,Motorola-Moto-G-2014/phones/6330%2C8898

      Basically, going from a S3 (2012) flagship to a Moto G (2014) mid/low-ranger is still a slight downgrade. Unless you’re hurting for cash, I’d side-grade or upgrade.