Moto G3 - A compact and innovative design for smartphone users
20th October 2015Category : ReviewPublished by :Yuvan Subramani Reading Time : 5 Minute News Sourced : India
It perhaps could have been the inspiration and the break through model of smartphone for Motorola, as we could observe a lot of departures from the previous conventional and unerring smartphone design of Moto products as far as this particular model of smartphone released by Motorola is considered. Yes, we are talking about Motorola's Moto G 3rd Generation. This smartphone stands as a pretty innovative model of Motorola smartphones, if previous specifications and features of previous smartphone models of Motorola are anything to go by.
The release of Moto G3 in the month of July 2015, stands sandwiched improvements in both technological and consumer-based concepts. Primary fields of multi tasking and efficiency in working under all types of conditions have been taken care of very well by the team, that has had a good run in updating itself to the demands of the large consumer base and it has also been good with reaching out to its consumers with adept and innate business strategies, that have been so well applied and found success in various quarters of the smartphone industry.
First up, one should not directly jump into the aspect of analysing specifications of Moto G3, expecting it to be well in advance of the previous models. They are special nevertheless, however, summing up to a greater good of giving the people a complete smartphone, even though individualistic features of the phone might not be that appealing to certain people, who go looking for specific needs as far as a smartphone for official and personal uses is concerned.
However, without further ado, let us analyse the feature of this unique brand. Moto G3 is pretty lighter compared to its predecessor Moto G2, carrying with it an aura, powered by a weight of 155 grams and a mobile thickness of 11.6 millimetres. It runs on an Android OS, version 5.11 as it is very relevant to the concept of smartphone operating systems, as far as atleast Motorola is considered, as a specialized smartphone brand. The screen size is of 5 inches and it carries with a amazingly amusing camera, which is a win-win package, with a 13 mega pixel primary and a 5 mega pixel secondary camera. The camera also has multiple impressive features like face detection, panorama etc.
Moto G3 has a storage capacity of 8 giga bytes and 16 giga bytes variant and is powered by a 2 GB RAM. It also allows an external storage of about 32 GB with the help of a microSD card. The battery, however, is a modest battery of capacity that is pretty good, of about 2470 mAh, which characterized by a Lithium-Ion component. The one major disadvantage however, is the non-removable battery, which could make the job of repair tedious.
The sound systems also help us quite a lot, by supporting active noise cancellation, which is actually quite a staple thing in Motorola smartphones nowadays. It also has an additional feature package, of video and photo editing and document viewer.
It may be a bit lagging in loading certain apps, but that could also be more dependent on the internet or broadband connection, which varies according to the variant. Also, it could be pretty tough to hide apps with a dedicated application that could be downloaded, as rooting of a phone could be difficult, but that is just common to any smartphone.
So, as a conclusion, Moto G3 is a welcome improvement to the conventional model of smartphones, and it is also worth the money, as it is a best bet, even comparable to the modern day craze of the technologically addicted society, the Apple iPhone.