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Moto G 3rd Generation New Unlocked £89.00 with code @ Motorola

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Enter Code In Checkout MOTOROLA MOTO G3 Operating system Android(TM) Lollipop 5.1.1 System architecture/processor Qualcomm® SnapdragonTM 410 (MSM8916) processor with 1.4 GHz quad-core C…
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MOTOROLA MOTO G3

Operating system

Android(TM) Lollipop 5.1.1

System architecture/processor

Qualcomm® SnapdragonTM 410 (MSM8916) processor with 1.4 GHz quad-core CPU, Adreno 306 with 400 MHz GPU

Memory (RAM)

1 GB , 2GB (Available on 16GB model only)

Storage**

8 GB or 16 GB, removable storage supports up to 32 GB microSD card (sold separately)

Dimensions

Height: 142.1mm (5.59 inches)
Width: 72.4mm (2.85 inches)
Curve: 6.1-11.6mm (0.24-0.48 inches)

Weight

155g (5.47 ounces)

Display

5-inch, 720p HD (1280 x 720), 294 ppi, Corning®Gorilla® Glass 3

Battery†?

2470 mAh, mixed usage up to 24 hours

Water Resistant*

Yes, IPX7

Networks

GSM/GPRS/EDGE, UMTS/HSPA+, 4G LTE

Bands (by model)

Moto G - GSM (XT1541)
LTE (1, 3, 7, 8, 20)
UMTS/HSPA+ (900, 2100 MHz)
GSM/GPRS/EDGE (850, 900, 1800, 1900 MHz)

Rear Camera

13 MP
f/2.0
Field of view (FOV) 76 degrees
CCT dual-LED flash
Auto focus
Quick Capture (twist wrist to launch camera)
Tap anywhere to capture
4X digital zoom (drag to zoom in/out)
Slow motion video
Burst mode
Auto HDR
Panorama
TVideo iHDR
Manual focus and exposure controls
Timer
Active viewfinder (recognizes QR codes and barcodes)

Front Camera

5MP
f/2.2
Field of view (FOV) 72 degrees
Display flash
Fixed focus
Tap anywhere to capture
4X digital zoom
Slow motion video
Burst mode
Auto HDR
Tap to focus
Quick Capture

SIM Card

Single Micro-SIM

Connectivity

Micro USB, 3.5mm headset jack

Bluetooth® Technology

Bluetooth version 4.0 LE

Wi-Fi

802.11 b/g/n (2.4 GHz)

Speaker

Earpiece, loudspeaker, 2-mic support

Video Capture

1080p HD video, 30 fps (MPEG4, H.264)

NFC

No

Location Services

GPS, AGPS, GLONASS

Sensors

Accelerometer (2), Ambient Light Sensor, Proximity, Sensor Hub
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6 Likes
Picard123
Why do people keep on posting deals for the 1gb/8gb version of this phone?
In 2016, a phone like that is virtually obsolete and definitely not future proof.
This is just £90 down the drain.
COLD.
Don't vote cold for the deal because you don't like the product. The voting system is designed for people to vote whether or not deals are good, not whether the products are good. That's what reviews are for.
5 Likes
Don't forget to also use promo code ukwelcome10, to take the price all the way down to £79.01. It is also worth mentioning that using the 2 codes on the 16GB storage/2GB RAM version makes it only £109.01, well worth considering.

Edited By: SUMMONER on Aug 27, 2016 08:34: ..
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Wadadli_Cooler
Picard123
Why do people keep on posting deals for the 1gb/8gb version of this phone?
In 2016, a phone like that is virtually obsolete and definitely not future proof.
This is just £90 down the drain.
COLD.
Its perfectly adequate for most normal people with a life. I agree its not 'cool' enough for pale teenagers with acne and no real-wold friends.

People with a life don't need more than 1GB RAM and 8GB storage...

http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-KQx6EN416m8/VdhFMGqMLFI/AAAAAAAATXw/jj2GT-MkJfE/s1600/alrighty-then.gif

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5 Likes #1
Don't forget to also use promo code ukwelcome10, to take the price all the way down to £79.01. It is also worth mentioning that using the 2 codes on the 16GB storage/2GB RAM version makes it only £109.01, well worth considering.

Edited By: SUMMONER on Aug 27, 2016 08:34: ..
#2
thanks
#3
What's the first code please OP?
1 Like #4
Takademus
What's the first code please OP?

promo codes: UKCRM165 and ukwelcome10

Edited By: SUMMONER on Aug 27, 2016 07:29
2 Likes #5
don't bother with the 8gb one , spent the last few months continually clearing cache and removing apps just to make space to do updates on mine . get the 16gb

edit to say that was after doing the marshmallow update from lollipop

Edited By: browntoa on Aug 27, 2016 08:31: add update
#6
so doesn't a memory card get used for storage with marshmallow
#7
Out of Stock
#8
Why do people keep on posting deals for the 1gb/8gb version of this phone?

In 2016, a phone like that is virtually obsolete and definitely not future proof.

This is just £90 down the drain.

COLD.
2 Likes #9
Picard123
Why do people keep on posting deals for the 1gb/8gb version of this phone?

In 2016, a phone like that is virtually obsolete and definitely not future proof.

This is just £90 down the drain.

COLD.


​its a nice phone for price
6 Likes #10
Picard123
Why do people keep on posting deals for the 1gb/8gb version of this phone?
In 2016, a phone like that is virtually obsolete and definitely not future proof.
This is just £90 down the drain.
COLD.
Don't vote cold for the deal because you don't like the product. The voting system is designed for people to vote whether or not deals are good, not whether the products are good. That's what reviews are for.
#11
browntoa
don't bother with the 8gb one , spent the last few months continually clearing cache and removing apps just to make space to do updates on mine . get the 16gb
edit to say that was after doing the marshmallow update from lollipop

Spend £10 on an SD card
#12
Picard123
Why do people keep on posting deals for the 1gb/8gb version of this phone?

In 2016, a phone like that is virtually obsolete and definitely not future proof.

This is just £90 down the drain.

COLD.

For non-gamers it's a good deal. 1gb/8gb with an SD card never bothers me.
3 Likes #13
Picard123
Why do people keep on posting deals for the 1gb/8gb version of this phone?
In 2016, a phone like that is virtually obsolete and definitely not future proof.
This is just £90 down the drain.
COLD.
Its perfectly adequate for most normal people with a life. I agree its not 'cool' enough for pale teenagers with acne and no real-wold friends.
4 Likes #14
Wadadli_Cooler
Picard123
Why do people keep on posting deals for the 1gb/8gb version of this phone?
In 2016, a phone like that is virtually obsolete and definitely not future proof.
This is just £90 down the drain.
COLD.
Its perfectly adequate for most normal people with a life. I agree its not 'cool' enough for pale teenagers with acne and no real-wold friends.

The only people who think it's "perfectly adequate" are the mugs who just spent £90 on one and are trying to justify the bad purchase in their own minds when they could have got significantly better for less money.
#15
I have this phone already, it's really good. Many people think it looks like an iPhone 6 because it is the same size. It has nice features such as if you twist the phone it will turn the camera on. The camera is good quality especially for an android phone. I'm paying around £15 a month for this phone on tesco mobile so I think it's definitely worth it.
#16
Deal is ok. I paid 99.95 in john lewis on monday
#17
as it's stock android it runs quite well considering the specs
3 Likes #18
Picard123
Wadadli_Cooler
Picard123
Why do people keep on posting deals for the 1gb/8gb version of this phone?
In 2016, a phone like that is virtually obsolete and definitely not future proof.
This is just £90 down the drain.
COLD.
Its perfectly adequate for most normal people with a life. I agree its not 'cool' enough for pale teenagers with acne and no real-wold friends.
The only people who think it's "perfectly adequate" are the mugs who just spent £90 on one and are trying to justify the bad purchase in their own minds when they could have got significantly better for less money.

You sound like a very angry person oO
5 Likes #19
Wadadli_Cooler
Picard123
Why do people keep on posting deals for the 1gb/8gb version of this phone?
In 2016, a phone like that is virtually obsolete and definitely not future proof.
This is just £90 down the drain.
COLD.
Its perfectly adequate for most normal people with a life. I agree its not 'cool' enough for pale teenagers with acne and no real-wold friends.

People with a life don't need more than 1GB RAM and 8GB storage...

http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-KQx6EN416m8/VdhFMGqMLFI/AAAAAAAATXw/jj2GT-MkJfE/s1600/alrighty-then.gif
#20
What a useless deal. You don't tell us the codes. List the spec for 2 phones.. a made of a deal!

And it was posted a few days ago...
2 Likes #21
Word of warning, do not buy the 8GB version - you will forever be deleting things, clearing the cache or wiping your phone! Especially after the 6.0.1 update. Phones with 8GB storage, which is actually just 5GB for the user, should not be allowed in 2016-17...

And having an SD card makes no difference - the internal storage will still fill up over time and slow your phone to a grinding halt.
1 Like #22
Alasdair91
Word of warning, do not buy the 8GB version - you will forever be deleting things, clearing the cache or wiping your phone! Especially after the 6.0.1 update. Phones with 8GB storage, which is actually just 5GB for the user, should not be allowed in 2016-17...

And having an SD card makes no difference - the internal storage will still fill up over time and slow your phone to a grinding halt.


​They should be allowed if they are sensibly priced like 02 - £69 or Vodafone - £79

Where the MotoG lacks in memory/storage, it makes up in build quality, ease of use etc
#23
Picard123


The only people who think it's "perfectly adequate" are the mugs who just spent £90 on one and are trying to justify the bad purchase in their own minds when they could have got significantly better for less money.

Which significantly better phone would you recommend then ?
1 Like #24
Bought 8gb version for the wife. No games on it. Just BBC, Facebook, Kindle App, Watsapp and Google Drive and the thing is unusable. It keeps running out of storage no matter how much you move the stuff to the SD card or Google Drive. Niece took it home and wiped everything clean off it just to do a system update. I wouldn't touch the bloody thing because I am fed up of wasting hours trying to reclaim a few megabites of storage space. Lovely phone, does everything and more but 8 GB version is rubbish. Your photos and received messages etc would fill it up in no time.

PS. I haven't voted it cold. Would buy the 16gb version without hesitation.

Edited By: Razi on Aug 29, 2016 07:06
2 Likes #25
Razi
Bought 8gb version for the wife. No games on it. Just BBC, Facebook, Kindle App, Watsapp and Google Drive and the thing is unusable. It keeps running out of storage no matter how much you move the stuff to the SD card or Google Drive. Niece took it home and wiped everything clean off it just to do a system update. I wouldn't touch the bloody thing because I am fed up of wasting hours trying to reclaim a few megabites of storage space. Lovely phone, does everything and more but 8 GB version is rubbish. Your photos and received messages etc would fill it up in no time.
PS. I haven't voted it cold. Would buy the 16gb version without hesitation.
Sure 16GB would be better but I personally never had a problem with the 8GB Moto G 1st & 2nd gen. Different strokes...
#26
NFC, are you sure?
2 Likes #27
For this posting that 8gb is enough stop your nonsense please. I have customers in my store everyday with the issue of running out of space on their phone. Regular people who just use their device normally. Stop buying 8gb phones, 16gb should be the minimum you consider.
#28
I merged my wife's 8gb storage with sd card and she stopped complaining about lack of storage even though our 5yo son keeps downloading some games onto the phone.
#29
Out of stock? I press 'build yours' and no way to add to cart...
1 Like #30
tranceazure
so doesn't a memory card get used for storage with marshmallow

The SD card will not store or operate a lot of apps in Marshmallow Andropid 6 despite claims it does!

You still need internal memory. Minimum requirements if you are running a lot of apps is 2GB Ram and 16GB internal memory.

8GB was adequate a couple of years ago but not today with the latest apps

Spend more and get the MOTO G4 about £150
#31
tranceazure
so doesn't a memory card get used for storage with marshmallow

What he says in post 30^^^
Yes it does.
But that doesnt mean that every app will go onto that portion of the memory



Edited By: poisondwarf on Aug 29, 2016 09:37: add
#32
Wadadli_Cooler
Picard123
Why do people keep on posting deals for the 1gb/8gb version of this phone?
In 2016, a phone like that is virtually obsolete and definitely not future proof.
This is just £90 down the drain.
COLD.
Its perfectly adequate for most normal people with a life. I agree its not 'cool' enough for pale teenagers with acne and no real-wold friends.
Also great for aggressive online trolls who throw insults while hiding behind monitors.
1 Like #33
cullies
tranceazure
so doesn't a memory card get used for storage with marshmallow

The SD card will not store or operate a lot of apps in Marshmallow Andropid 6 despite claims it does!

You still need internal memory. Minimum requirements if you are running a lot of apps is 2GB Ram and 16GB internal memory.

8GB was adequate a couple of years ago but not today with the latest apps

Spend more and get the MOTO G4 about £150

Agreed, it's becoming increasingly annoying to manage the storage on my Moto G 2nd Gen, and as apps get more bloated they are constantly force-closing due to low memory conditions, eg: I can no longer play my music while using the sat nav, which is a big pain. 1GB/8GB really isn't enough any more.
#34
konicky

Which significantly better phone would you recommend then ?

The Xiaomi Redmi 3 / Pro would be the obvious choice (unless you're on O2).
#35
Picard123
konicky

Which significantly better phone would you recommend then ?
The Xiaomi Redmi 3 / Pro would be the obvious choice (unless you're on O2).
That's a lot more expensive, especially if you're buying from a UK retailer.

Wileyfox swift is an alternative, £95 from Amazon.

You could risk it with a cubot or doogee, but even the good cheap imports are still cheap imports with their various quality issues...
#36
jacksonliam
Picard123
konicky

Which significantly better phone would you recommend then ?
The Xiaomi Redmi 3 / Pro would be the obvious choice (unless you're on O2).
That's a lot more expensive, especially if you're buying from a UK retailer.
Wileyfox swift is an alternative, £95 from Amazon.
You could risk it with a cubot or doogee, but even the good cheap imports are still cheap imports with their various quality issues...

£86 for the 2gb/16gb version. Reliable seller as well (HK Goldway):

http://www.aliexpress.com/store/product/Original-Xiaomi-Redmi-3-Metal-Body-Mobile-Phone-16GB-ROM-Snapdragon-616-Octa-Core-5-0/311331_32593665671.html

Edited By: Picard123 on Aug 29, 2016 11:54: .
#37
Picard123
jacksonliam
Picard123
konicky

Which significantly better phone would you recommend then ?
The Xiaomi Redmi 3 / Pro would be the obvious choice (unless you're on O2).
That's a lot more expensive, especially if you're buying from a UK retailer.
Wileyfox swift is an alternative, £95 from Amazon.
You could risk it with a cubot or doogee, but even the good cheap imports are still cheap imports with their various quality issues...
£86 for the 2gb/16gb version. Reliable seller as well (HK Goldway):http://www.aliexpress.com/store/product/Original-Xiaomi-Redmi-3-Metal-Body-Mobile-Phone-16GB-ROM-Snapdragon-616-Octa-Core-5-0/311331_32593665671.html
Mi 4C - £87http://www.aliexpress.com/store/product/Original-Xiaomi-Mi4c-Mi-4c-4G-FDD-LTE-Mobile-Phone-Snapdragon808-Hexa-Core-5-0-inch/311331_32476798619.htmlhttps://www.androidpit.com/xiaomi-mi-4c-review
Last Chinese phone i bought installed apps by itself and has popups on the actual phone. I will be buying UK/EU only from now on, as at least i could send it back.

Edited By: RyanBest on Aug 29, 2016 11:25
1 Like #38
JustWakeUpLink
Picard123
Why do people keep on posting deals for the 1gb/8gb version of this phone?
In 2016, a phone like that is virtually obsolete and definitely not future proof.
This is just £90 down the drain.
COLD.
Don't vote cold for the deal because you don't like the product. The voting system is designed for people to vote whether or not deals are good, not whether the products are good. That's what reviews are for.


​I voted cold because it's a bad deal.
#39
RyanBest
Picard123
jacksonliam
Picard123
konicky

Which significantly better phone would you recommend then ?
The Xiaomi Redmi 3 / Pro would be the obvious choice (unless you're on O2).
That's a lot more expensive, especially if you're buying from a UK retailer.
Wileyfox swift is an alternative, £95 from Amazon.
You could risk it with a cubot or doogee, but even the good cheap imports are still cheap imports with their various quality issues...
£86 for the 2gb/16gb version. Reliable seller as well (HK Goldway):http://www.aliexpress.com/store/product/Original-Xiaomi-Redmi-3-Metal-Body-Mobile-Phone-16GB-ROM-Snapdragon-616-Octa-Core-5-0/311331_32593665671.html
Mi 4C - £87http://www.aliexpress.com/store/product/Original-Xiaomi-Mi4c-Mi-4c-4G-FDD-LTE-Mobile-Phone-Snapdragon808-Hexa-Core-5-0-inch/311331_32476798619.htmlhttps://www.androidpit.com/xiaomi-mi-4c-review
Last Chinese phone i bought installed apps by itself and has popups on the actual phone. I will be buying UK/EU only from now on, as at least i could send it back.


​You don't say what phone it was...

The one from HK Goldway with the Global ROM is as clean as a whistle.
#40
There's a lot of Motorola haters on here (_;) had this phone for 4 months and haven't had a problem with it :)

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