After partnering up with Google and producing the first-generation Moto G, Motorola looked to create one of the best budget smartphones out there today and succeeded. After being taken over by Lenovo, the second-generation looked to build from much of the success from the first-generation Moto G. Motorola proved it didn’t really matter who was the parent company to their division and they have succeeded yet again for the Moto G 2014 handset.
We’d be surprised if the Moto G range didn’t continue into the foreseeable future, as they are packing just about as much punch in a device that you could ask for considering the price. With that said, they still create enough appeal for people with more money to prefer buying its big brother phone in the Moto X.
Moto G owners can expect a watered-down version of the Moto X every time they buy it with less specs, less performance and design cuts from the body.
Device Type: Smartphone