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Moto G 3rd Gen 8GB PAYG £79 + £10 Bundle @ Vodafone - £89.00

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Messiah
Is 8gb fine now with marshmallow?
No, 8GB is not enough for an Android phone period. Even with an SD card you will constantly be running out of space. Unless you want to root it and use a custom ROM that allows apps with widgets to work off the sd card. For less money you can get more grunt http://www.gearbest.com/cell-phones/pp_326823.html?wid=21


Edited By: colgrigson on Aug 07, 2016 00:07

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#1
Is 8gb fine now with marshmallow?
#2
They should be getting cheaper by now.
#3
Dam they went quick, showing out of stock for online purchase now oO
5 Likes #4
Messiah
Is 8gb fine now with marshmallow?
No, 8GB is not enough for an Android phone period. Even with an SD card you will constantly be running out of space. Unless you want to root it and use a custom ROM that allows apps with widgets to work off the sd card. For less money you can get more grunt http://www.gearbest.com/cell-phones/pp_326823.html?wid=21


Edited By: colgrigson on Aug 07, 2016 00:07
1 Like #5
it's crazy how the 3rd gen keeping its price well ..still waiting on 16GB one dropping in price soon the 4th gen be cheaper the way its going
banned#6
I actually bought one a week ago and found it to be very good for the money. In few days I am getting my S7 Edge upgrade so this will be up for sale here.
#7
£69 at O2 for a pristine refurb.
1 Like #8
Had to send back my MotoE due to 8gigs not being enough for installing apps. I am only looking for min 16 gigs now.
3 Likes #9
£90 for 8GB/1GB seems a lot if you are just going to be texting and phoning.
This is a relic.
3 Likes #10
£90 for 1gb/8gb?

You've got to be mad to buy this.
1 Like #11
I rooted and installed clockwork mod on a sub-£100 64gb Fire Phone well over a year ago following advice from this site and I'm still not seeing anything that comes close. Has anyone got any recommendations that aren't cheap Chinese imports? (had my fingers burned with one in the past) Thanks in advance.
#12
spend 60 quid more and get Moto G4th gen. double the memory and much better screen
2 Likes #13
I love how 80% of people in this thread have no idea what they're talking about.

This is still the best phone out there at this price (unless you want to risk going for one of the less well-known Chinese brands), and 1GB/8GB is more than adequate for light users, particularly if you use Google Photos to back up all your photos/videos and free up space.

(Source: Owner of this phone for the past 11 months).

Edited By: DJW12 on Aug 07, 2016 13:44
#14
I know many are saying this is a relic.. which I'm not denying lol

However, for the price it is very good and the battery life is great
1 Like #15
Messiah
Is 8gb fine now with marshmallow?


Simple answer: No
#16
IMO this us the best of the MotoG fones in terms of build quality, feel & ease of use. The 8gb was fine perhaps a year ago but typically with time you want to do more with your mobile.
The 8gb you can manage- the 1gb is the real problem.

No idea why the 16gb wont drop in price even with the release of the G4
#17
Moto G 3 was a great phone, but if you use a lot of Apps 8Gb just ain't enough.Many Apps need internal memory not SD.

its also pushed with only 1GB ram
#18
Gollywood
IMO this us the best of the MotoG fones in terms of build quality, feel & ease of use. The 8gb was fine perhaps a year ago but typically with time you want to do more with your mobile.
The 8gb you can manage- the 1gb is the real problem.
No idea why the 16gb wont drop in price even with the release of the G4

strange theres no drop on the 16GB one its the one i want but hope it drops to say 100 mark atleast
#19
jorock
Gollywood
IMO this us the best of the MotoG fones in terms of build quality, feel & ease of use. The 8gb was fine perhaps a year ago but typically with time you want to do more with your mobile.
The 8gb you can manage- the 1gb is the real problem.
No idea why the 16gb wont drop in price even with the release of the G4
strange theres no drop on the 16GB one its the one i want but hope it drops to say 100 mark atleast

It has dropped, if memory serves me the launch price for the 16GB was £209.
2 Likes #20
Messiah
Is 8gb fine now with marshmallow?


no. I have one and it's still useless. Very little can go on the memory card so storage is always full with only a handful of apps yet there is next to nothing on the SD card.
1 Like #21
MrReynolds
Had to send back my MotoE due to 8gigs not being enough for installing apps. I am only looking for min 16 gigs now.


16 is the absolute minimum now if you want more than just fb on your phone
1 Like #22
DJW12
I love how 80% of people in this thread have no idea what they're talking about.

This is still the best phone out there at this price (unless you want to risk going for one of the less well-known Chinese brands), and 1GB/8GB is more than adequate for light users, particularly if you use Google Photos to back up all your photos/videos and free up space.

(Source: Owner of this phone for the past 11 months).


i hate mine with a passion. it's not worth having unless you're a low user. sick of no storage, crashes how slow it is etc etc.
#23
Got 1.45GB of apps installed on mine and still 1.2GB free.
1 Like #24
simonbrown
Got 1.45GB of apps installed on mine and still 1.2GB free.


Congratulations
#25
4Real2016
jorock
Gollywood
IMO this us the best of the MotoG fones in terms of build quality, feel & ease of use. The 8gb was fine perhaps a year ago but typically with time you want to do more with your mobile.
The 8gb you can manage- the 1gb is the real problem.
No idea why the 16gb wont drop in price even with the release of the G4
strange theres no drop on the 16GB one its the one i want but hope it drops to say 100 mark atleast

It has dropped, if memory serves me the launch price for the 16GB was £209.


It hasn't dropped in the same proportion as the 8gb
#26
8GB Moto G (3rd Gen) reduced to clear in Tesco (in-store) - unfortunately at £99.
#27
Gollywood
4Real2016
jorock
Gollywood
IMO this us the best of the MotoG fones in terms of build quality, feel & ease of use. The 8gb was fine perhaps a year ago but typically with time you want to do more with your mobile.
The 8gb you can manage- the 1gb is the real problem.
No idea why the 16gb wont drop in price even with the release of the G4
strange theres no drop on the 16GB one its the one i want but hope it drops to say 100 mark atleast
It has dropped, if memory serves me the launch price for the 16GB was £209.
It hasn't dropped in the same proportion as the 8gb

I never said it did, but it depends on who you are comparing it to, all the lowest price deals for the 8GB have come from one of the networks who eat the cost, not a retail outlet, the 16GB hasn't ever been on sale at a reduced price from any network AFAIK.

Edited By: 4Real2016 on Aug 07, 2016 18:28
2 Likes #28
DJW12
1GB/8GB is more than adequate for light users, particularly if you use Google Photos to back up all your photos/videos and free up space.
(Source: Owner of this phone for the past 11 months).

Of course it isn't adequate.

The only people who say that are people who have bought the phone and have to justify the purchase in their own minds when there are infinitely better and more future proof phones in the same price range. It's graphical performance in particular is nothing short of abysmal:-

http://images.anandtech.com/graphs/graph9525/76906.png

http://images.anandtech.com/graphs/graph9525/76904.png


Edited By: Picard123 on Aug 07, 2016 22:32: .
#29
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MrReynolds
Had to send back my MotoE due to 8gigs not being enough for installing apps. I am only looking for min 16 gigs now.

16 is the absolute minimum now if you want more than just fb on your phone

FB is actually a huge memory and storage hog, particularly if you use Messenger as well (pretty unavoidable if you're a FB user).
#30
Picard123
DJW12
1GB/8GB is more than adequate for light users, particularly if you use Google Photos to back up all your photos/videos and free up space.
(Source: Owner of this phone for the past 11 months).
Of course it isn't adequate.
The only people who say that are people who have bought the phone and have to justify the purchase in their own minds when there are infinitely better and more future proof phones in the same price range. It's graphical performance in particular is nothing short of abysmal:-http://images.anandtech.com/graphs/graph9525/76906.pnghttp://images.anandtech.com/graphs/graph9525/76904.png

Yeah p8 lite at similar price makes more sense.
banned#31
OOS
#32
My partner is a very light phone user and even she struggles with the 8gb version ( even with a 32gb card added ) I got the 16gb version, double ram and it works 10x better than hers.
#33
Back in stock

Edit: out of stock again X)

Edited By: 4Real2016 on Aug 08, 2016 11:14: edit
#34
I have this phone & love it. I'm not on any social media, don't play any games. Just use it for calls, texts, WhatsApp & a bit of browsing. I clear the cache regularly & my phone still flies.

My wife has the same phone. Is addicted to YouTube, FB etc etc. Her phone seizes up regularly.

It really depends what you need it for
#35
Doesn't Marshmallow offer adoptable storage for SD cards or has Motorola turned off this feature?
#36
Picard123
DJW12
1GB/8GB is more than adequate for light users, particularly if you use Google Photos to back up all your photos/videos and free up space.
(Source: Owner of this phone for the past 11 months).
Of course it isn't adequate.
The only people who say that are people who have bought the phone and have to justify the purchase in their own minds when there are infinitely better and more future proof phones in the same price range. It's graphical performance in particular is nothing short of abysmal:-http://images.anandtech.com/graphs/graph9525/76906.pnghttp://images.anandtech.com/graphs/graph9525/76904.png

Nope, it multitasks almost as well as my Nexus 5x. As long as you're not using too many memory-intensive apps (such as Google Play Music, Snapchat, etc) simultaneously, you'll be fine.

Also most people don't use their phone for hardcore gaming, so your point about the graphics capabilities is mostly moot.
#37
DJW12
Picard123
DJW12
1GB/8GB is more than adequate for light users, particularly if you use Google Photos to back up all your photos/videos and free up space.
(Source: Owner of this phone for the past 11 months).
Of course it isn't adequate.
The only people who say that are people who have bought the phone and have to justify the purchase in their own minds when there are infinitely better and more future proof phones in the same price range. It's graphical performance in particular is nothing short of abysmal:-http://images.anandtech.com/graphs/graph9525/76906.pnghttp://images.anandtech.com/graphs/graph9525/76904.png
Nope, it multitasks almost as well as my Nexus 5x. As long as you're not using too many memory-intensive apps (such as Google Play Music, Snapchat, etc) simultaneously, you'll be fine.
Also most people don't use their phone for hardcore gaming, so your point about the graphics capabilities is mostly moot.

You're in pure lalaland.....
#38
Picard123
DJW12
Picard123
DJW12
1GB/8GB is more than adequate for light users, particularly if you use Google Photos to back up all your photos/videos and free up space.
(Source: Owner of this phone for the past 11 months).
Of course it isn't adequate.
The only people who say that are people who have bought the phone and have to justify the purchase in their own minds when there are infinitely better and more future proof phones in the same price range. It's graphical performance in particular is nothing short of abysmal:-http://images.anandtech.com/graphs/graph9525/76906.pnghttp://images.anandtech.com/graphs/graph9525/76904.png
Nope, it multitasks almost as well as my Nexus 5x. As long as you're not using too many memory-intensive apps (such as Google Play Music, Snapchat, etc) simultaneously, you'll be fine.
Also most people don't use their phone for hardcore gaming, so your point about the graphics capabilities is mostly moot.
You're in pure lalaland.....

Of course... you can't prove me wrong so you resort to ad-hominems. You've clearly never used a stock Android phone before, they don't require nearly as much RAM or memory as phone with skinned versions of android such as Touchwiz.
#39
DJW12
Picard123
DJW12
Picard123
DJW12
1GB/8GB is more than adequate for light users, particularly if you use Google Photos to back up all your photos/videos and free up space.
(Source: Owner of this phone for the past 11 months).
Of course it isn't adequate.
The only people who say that are people who have bought the phone and have to justify the purchase in their own minds when there are infinitely better and more future proof phones in the same price range. It's graphical performance in particular is nothing short of abysmal:-http://images.anandtech.com/graphs/graph9525/76906.pnghttp://images.anandtech.com/graphs/graph9525/76904.png
Nope, it multitasks almost as well as my Nexus 5x. As long as you're not using too many memory-intensive apps (such as Google Play Music, Snapchat, etc) simultaneously, you'll be fine.
Also most people don't use their phone for hardcore gaming, so your point about the graphics capabilities is mostly moot.
You're in pure lalaland.....
Of course... you can't prove me wrong so you resort to ad-hominems. You've clearly never used a stock Android phone before, they don't require nearly as much RAM or memory as phone with skinned versions of android such as Touchwiz.

You are in la la land dude.....
#40
Picard123
DJW12
Picard123
DJW12
Picard123
DJW12
1GB/8GB is more than adequate for light users, particularly if you use Google Photos to back up all your photos/videos and free up space.
(Source: Owner of this phone for the past 11 months).
Of course it isn't adequate.
The only people who say that are people who have bought the phone and have to justify the purchase in their own minds when there are infinitely better and more future proof phones in the same price range. It's graphical performance in particular is nothing short of abysmal:-http://images.anandtech.com/graphs/graph9525/76906.pnghttp://images.anandtech.com/graphs/graph9525/76904.png
Nope, it multitasks almost as well as my Nexus 5x. As long as you're not using too many memory-intensive apps (such as Google Play Music, Snapchat, etc) simultaneously, you'll be fine.
Also most people don't use their phone for hardcore gaming, so your point about the graphics capabilities is mostly moot.
You're in pure lalaland.....
Of course... you can't prove me wrong so you resort to ad-hominems. You've clearly never used a stock Android phone before, they don't require nearly as much RAM or memory as phone with skinned versions of android such as Touchwiz.
You are in la la land dude.....

k.

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