Motorola’s New Moto G4 Is A Budget Phone Steal
Motorola’s Moto G4 is a steal in the budget phone category and it comes packed with almost all of the same capabilities the Motorola G4 Plus possesses. The history of the multinational telecommunications company is an interesting one. The American company split into Motorola Mobility and Motorola Solutions before being acquired by Lenovo in 2014.
The G4 comes with improvements in hardware design while still remaining affordable. It runs at $199 for an unlocked phone. G4’s 5.5-inch screen is bigger and brighter with a full HD displace and speedy octa-core processor. It’s also water-resistant and allows users to utilize microSD cards for more storage.
CNET commented that while the upgrades on the Motorola G4 Plus make for a better phone, it might not be worth the extra cash, “Spending a bit more fo rthe aforementioned Moto G4 Plus gets you a fingerprint sensor (for easy unlocking), a slightly better camera and–at the top end–double the RAM and even more built-in storage. But neither phone has NFC or contactless payment options.”
The battery life of the G4 is pretty solid and was proven to last 13 hours and 20 minutes before dying. Reviewers also appreciate the streamlined software and easy to navigate interface.
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