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21st October 2014
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With a 4.5" high-definition screen, a quad-core processor and Android 4.3, Moto G is an incredible phone at an incredible price. It's time to say hello to Moto once again.
Screens on budget phones are always small and low-resolution, right? Not so. At least not in the case of the brilliant Moto G.
With an amazing, expansive 4.5" HD display that covers the whole of the phone from edge to edge, it serves up some of the best, clearest images around. The upshot? This is a great handset for watching videos, web browsing and enjoying games wherever you are.
Because the Moto G features a powerful quad-core processor it can handle all that incredibly easily and a lot more besides. And because the up-to-the-minute 4.3 version of Google's brilliant Android operating system is at the heart of this phone, it runs with amazing zip.
Other standout features of the Moto G include a 3.5mm headphone jack, 16GB of on board storage with scope to boost this by adding a micro USB, a 5-megapixel rear-facing camera and a 1.3 megapixel front-facing camera and 720p, 30fps video recording.
Moto G users also get to choose from tens of thousands of apps and games and get the best Google apps built-in when they buy the handset.