Top positive review
Great phone, great price.
on 15 May 2014
I bought this phone after giving up entirely on my iPhone 5 - I was having battery problems and I had been through more than 20 different chargers in the space of 6 months, several of these were "official" Apple chargers and really expensive but they proved to be just as useless as the £1.99 ones found here on Amazon.
Moving on to the Moto G though, I have had it for quite a while now and let me get this out of the way first...the battery hasn't died on me once. At all. EVER! The battery life on this thing is amazing, it gets me through several days of light use and just over 24 hours of more intensive usage, I always have time to charge it before it dies, this is all probably due to the "Power Save Mode" that the phone enters once low on battery, you can adjust what you consider "Low on battery!" and you can set many different options for what Power Save Mode is to you - what to keep, what to disable, etc...
The Moto G is well built, the weight is definitely one of "good quality" and although it is quite large, it fits nicely in my pocket.
The storage capacity is good, but had I known how little of it I would be using I would have opted for the 8GB model instead, though I can't complain about more space, woohoo!
Performance is good too, plays all my games really well (all my games = Clash of Clans!) the screen is large and the display is clear as day, although I don't often have the brightness set very high...I like to keep my battery up...on that note..
The charger for the majority of these new Android phones is probably the same as a cable you'll find around the house, you might use it for your camera, portable speakers, etc. so you shouldn't have trouble charging it!
The only downside to the phone, for me at least, is the camera. Coming from an iPhone 5 to this, the difference is really noticeable.
If you're in need of a cheap, well built and incredibly reliable smartphone - the Moto G is for you.
Things to note:
No socket adapter included, you will have to charge via USB port until you purchase/find a socket to USB plug, these are cheap though, and very useful too.