Tuesday, 9 September 2014

Moto G versus Moto G(2nd generation)

And it's actually happening. The latest installment of the most trending yet successful smartphone- The 2nd Generation Moto G a.k.a Moto G(2014) is here to provide it's competitors some sleepless nights. The basic idea behind the Moto G line-up is to provide consumers with quality smartphones that goes easy on the wallet without compromising on user experience. It's quite an disappointment that often budget android smartphones are stuck running older outdated software or consists of hardware which are long gone owing to the previous generation flagships, power-hungry fits the term precisely . The Moto G, however, is a breathe of fresh air in this regard. Using the mind blowing combination of top notch specifications and a soothing user experience , Moto G has been stealing hearts from it's first launch in the early 2013s'. And needless to say, Moto G(2014) stands tall with no exception.
The First Look:
Compared to the old Moto G, the new Moto G (2014) has a bigger screen size. The older one had 4.5 inch whereas the latest one is of 5-inch HD display [720×1280 (294 ppi i.e pixels per inch)] . The screen resolution, however, has remained the same -at 720p. It uses Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 S-o-C 1.2 GHz quadcore processor and runs on the latest Android KitKat OS. Both the ending terminals of the smartphone provides stereo equipped speakers.The inbuilt memory was a big downer in the old Moto G as it was fixed either with 8GB or 16 GB space but the new one comes with 16GB inbuilt storage capacity with the option of expanding it up to 32 GB using external SD cards.Overall the build quality has been improved, it added two front mounted speakersGorilla Glass covering the touch screen and made the device water repelling.

On the other side of things, Motorola continues to stick with their version of the pure Android experience, adding only small tweaks here and there to enhance the over all user interface. Motorola too guarantees that the Moto G will receive at least one software update to Android L, launching sometime this fall.

The new Moto G is priced at a quite tempting Rs 12,999 whereas the old Moto G 16 GB was priced at Rs 13,999.The new Moto G is made available through FlipKart and the e-retailer has also launched few promotional schemes to entice the consumers.

Motorola, besides the Moto G, has improvised the Moto X as well. The new Moto X has 2.5 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 quadcore processor, runs on Android KitKat, 2G RAM and 16GB inbuilt memory. It has a 13 megapixel rear camera with auto-focus and dual LED flash. The new Moto X also sports a 2 MP front camera. It also has NFC capabilities. In the new Moto X, the company has added many a new software and improved the older ones as well.  

If you’re looking for an exceptional smartphone at an exceptional price, the new Moto G(2014) might just be for you. 
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- Arnab Chowdhury

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