Moto G2 Review :- After the substantial impact of the Moto G, The Moto family is again all set to wow the buyers with it’s all new member the Moto G2. Starting off with the Moto G, The Moto G as we all know was a break in star by the Moto family, reason being it was a perfect gadget with all the necessary or above necessary features within a price range that was decent enough to suit everyone’s pocket.
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Now let’s talk about the aspirant star, The all new Moto G2 will be available to the users by the second week of September hopefully. However there are no comments regarding the complete specs by the Moto Owners. But here are some leaked specifications of the all new smartphone.The Moto G2 is expected to have a 5 inch screen panel with a 720p HD screen resolution. In addition to this the smartphone is expected to have a Snapdragon 400 chipset with 1.2 GHz of cortex A7 processor, which is of the same league as its ancestor Moto G. The all new MotoG2 will run on an android platform with android 4.4.4 kitkat preinstalled in it. Talking about the camera, now the camera is somewhat upgraded here as the Moto G2 seems to have a 8 MP of rear camera along with a 2 MP of front facing camera for video calling purpose. As far as other specifications are concerned the smartphone seems to have 1GB of RAM and 8 GB internal storage (no comments about the micro sd card).
This is all we have about the Moto G2 review till now. Now let’s take a quick look at the key specs of the smartphone.
- 5 inch 720p HD screen
- 8 MP primary camera
- 2 MP secondary camera
- 1.2 GHz of cortex A7 processor
- Snapdragon chipset
- 1 GB RAM, 8 GB internal memory
Though the cost of this smartphone is not yet confirmed. Some say its higher in cost than the Moto G others say its lower in price than the Moto G. In the end I would just like to conclude by saying that if the smartphone ranges lower or somewhat around the price range of Moto G then it’s worth else if it’s much costlier than the Moto G then I would say its not a fair deal, as paying much money just for an extended screen size and an upgraded camera is not worth it as all the other specs are somewhat similar to the Moto G.
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