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Yes, Moto G blah, blah, blah... 4G, micro sim, blah, blah, blah.

something a little different but the same (and maybe better?)

Dual sim
4.7" screen
HD video
13mp rear cam with flash
2mp front cam WITH FLASH
16gb data storage
2gb ram
android 4.2.2
LTE
free delivery
possibly makes tea (unconfirmed at this time)

as good (minus kitkat) as g in most areas and better cam, unless it's made of chocolate buttons...

okay, tell me i'm wrong in soooo many ways!
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#1
2mg ram???
#2
ro888
2mg ram???

ooopsie! amended.... ta.
1 Like #3
It's £40 more than a Moto G with 4G.

I'd have to go with the G for the price and the company.

Edited By: steluca5 on Jun 26, 2014 16:41: Research
#4
Pixmania has it at £167 plus £6.90 Delivery....or £155 inc VAT and delivery if you are a VIPix Club member!

Edited By: willysnapper on Jun 26, 2014 16:33
#5
willysnapper
Pixmania has it at £167 plus £6.90 Delivery....or £155 inc VAT and delivery if you are a VIPix Club member!

even better if pixmania are good... i'm just happy to see something that's trying to pee on the moto g's shoes.
#6
willysnapper
Pixmania has it at £167 plus £6.90 Delivery....or £155 inc VAT and delivery if you are a VIPix Club member!

pixmania is e3 duo (1 GB RAM, 4 GB Storage), this one is e3 duo plus (2 GB RAM, 16 GB Storage).

Edited By: raj75 on Jun 26, 2014 16:42
#7
this is dual sim sooo.. has at least one feature the moto doesn't
#8
It's worth the extra £40 over the Moto G just for not being as pig ugly. The Moto G may be many things, but pretty ain't one of them. The better cameras and double the amount of RAM help as well. I'm actually quite tempted by this. Heat from me.
#9
PurplePerson
It's worth the extra £40 over the Moto G just for not being as pig ugly. The Moto G may be many things, but pretty ain't one of them. The better cameras and double the amount of RAM help as well. I'm actually quite tempted by this. Heat from me.

... and it's got a front cam flash! surely it's THE camera for the selfie generation?
#10
raj75
pixmania is e3 duo (1 GB RAM, 4 GB Storage), this one is e3 duo plus (2 GB RAM, 16 GB Storage).
My bad, searched for "plus" but damned Google returned that!....must be a conspiracy! X)

Edited By: willysnapper on Jun 26, 2014 17:02
#11
marineville
... and it's got a front cam flash! surely it's THE camera for the selfie generation?

I hadn't even noticed that. That's a brilliant feature as well. Not for me though... I'm not nearly pretty enough. X)
#12
Proper comparison http://www.gsmarena.com/compare.php3?idPhone1=6116&idPhone2=6355 the Moto G has Gorilla glass which is a big plus. All depends what you want but you are pretty much just paying for the camera.
#13
OP has mentioned LTE... But I can't find that info or 4G anywhere in the specs page.. I think this phone is 3G only.
#14
steluca5
It's £40 more than a Moto G with 4G.

I'd have to go with the G for the price and the company.


What did I miss .....

maddogb
this is dual sim sooo.. has at least one feature the moto doesn't


marineville
PurplePerson
It's worth the extra £40 over the Moto G just for not being as pig ugly. The Moto G may be many things, but pretty ain't one of them. The better cameras and double the amount of RAM help as well. I'm actually quite tempted by this. Heat from me.

... and it's got a front cam flash! surely it's THE camera for the selfie generation?


Exactly ..... lol.
#15
Carbonize
Proper comparison http://www.gsmarena.com/compare.php3?idPhone1=6116&idPhone2=6355 the Moto G has Gorilla glass which is a big plus. All depends what you want but you are pretty much just paying for the camera.


Personally speaking, the Gorilla Glass is pants!, as it does nowt when it comes to protecting the Phones Screen from Cracks & Smashes?, so ..... :-(

Lol. :-)
#16
maddogb
this is dual sim sooo.. has at least one feature the moto doesn't

Brazilian Moto G's are dual sim too.. ;)
But I get what you mean haha.
#17
erm... i now can't see LTE in the spec, in which case...

YAAYYY! MOTO G LTE ALL THE WAY... (and expired)
#18
marineville
erm... i now can't see LTE in the spec, in which case...

YAAYYY! MOTO G LTE ALL THE WAY... (and expired)

it is still good for non-4G users and could be the cheapest on phones with 2 GB RAM.. also dual sim is a bonus.

Edited By: raj75 on Jun 26, 2014 18:29
#19
It's a good deal, but someone has mentioned on here the CUBOT X6.....it has a genuine 8 core 1.7 Ghz processor, 5" IPS screen, 16GB storage, dual sim & 1GB RAM & ANTUTU benchmark scores only just below the new Galaxy S5 & all for around £130

Edited By: corred1964 on Jun 26, 2014 18:59
banned#20
ACER Liquid E3 DUO Plus ... Blah Blah Blah Blah
#21
dog poo media tek cpu, nuff said ;)
#22
What size of sim does it take ?
#23
lol Moto G rival? it's double the price, cold!
#24
This seems like a fairly good deal to me for a mid-range smartphone. I personally like using dual SIM phones for their flexibility, and it's probably only the Lenovo imports that can compare in terms of dual SIM phones in this price range, unless anyone else knows of any others?

I think I might hold out for a price drop to something like £120 - £140 - the likes of Expansys tend to pick up on Acer phones and may have deals like this closer to the end of 2014 or early 2015. It's just a shame that it doesn't support 4G, for forwards compatibility, but that isn't a real issue for me at this point in time.
#25
nlackjane
This seems like a fairly good deal to me for a mid-range smartphone. I personally like using dual SIM phones for their flexibility, and it's probably only the Lenovo imports that can compare in terms of dual SIM phones in this price range, unless anyone else knows of any others?

I think I might hold out for a price drop to something like £120 - £140 - the likes of Expansys tend to pick up on Acer phones and may have deals like this closer to the end of 2014 or early 2015. It's just a shame that it doesn't support 4G, for forwards compatibility, but that isn't a real issue for me at this point in time.

Cubot X6 around £130 compare with 17401 score for Moto G

http://i62.tinypic.com/14lhg7a.jpg

http://i62.tinypic.com/foncqa.jpg

Edited By: corred1964 on Jun 27, 2014 09:40
#26
corred1964
nlackjane
This seems like a fairly good deal to me for a mid-range smartphone. I personally like using dual SIM phones for their flexibility, and it's probably only the Lenovo imports that can compare in terms of dual SIM phones in this price range, unless anyone else knows of any others?

I think I might hold out for a price drop to something like £120 - £140 - the likes of Expansys tend to pick up on Acer phones and may have deals like this closer to the end of 2014 or early 2015. It's just a shame that it doesn't support 4G, for forwards compatibility, but that isn't a real issue for me at this point in time.

Cubot X6 around £130 compare with 17401 score for Moto G

http://i62.tinypic.com/14lhg7a.jpg

http://i62.tinypic.com/foncqa.jpg

The Cubot looks promising - will do some more research...
#27
nlackjane
corred1964
nlackjane
This seems like a fairly good deal to me for a mid-range smartphone. I personally like using dual SIM phones for their flexibility, and it's probably only the Lenovo imports that can compare in terms of dual SIM phones in this price range, unless anyone else knows of any others?

I think I might hold out for a price drop to something like £120 - £140 - the likes of Expansys tend to pick up on Acer phones and may have deals like this closer to the end of 2014 or early 2015. It's just a shame that it doesn't support 4G, for forwards compatibility, but that isn't a real issue for me at this point in time.

Cubot X6 around £130 compare with 17401 score for Moto G

http://i62.tinypic.com/14lhg7a.jpg

http://i62.tinypic.com/foncqa.jpg

The Cubot looks promising - will do some more research...

If you want something bigger there is also the 5.5" Cubot S222 which is also dual sim, IPS OGS display & a very impressive ANTUTU score of over 17000 similar to the MotoG with 16Gb memory & 1Gb RAM for around the same price

Edited By: corred1964 on Jun 27, 2014 21:13
#28
corred1964
nlackjane
This seems like a fairly good deal to me for a mid-range smartphone. I personally like using dual SIM phones for their flexibility, and it's probably only the Lenovo imports that can compare in terms of dual SIM phones in this price range, unless anyone else knows of any others?

I think I might hold out for a price drop to something like £120 - £140 - the likes of Expansys tend to pick up on Acer phones and may have deals like this closer to the end of 2014 or early 2015. It's just a shame that it doesn't support 4G, for forwards compatibility, but that isn't a real issue for me at this point in time.

Cubot X6 around £130 compare with 17401 score for Moto G

hi corred1964, the screen shots show IMEI number, if it is your phone better hide those numbers.
#29
raj75
corred1964
nlackjane
This seems like a fairly good deal to me for a mid-range smartphone. I personally like using dual SIM phones for their flexibility, and it's probably only the Lenovo imports that can compare in terms of dual SIM phones in this price range, unless anyone else knows of any others?

I think I might hold out for a price drop to something like £120 - £140 - the likes of Expansys tend to pick up on Acer phones and may have deals like this closer to the end of 2014 or early 2015. It's just a shame that it doesn't support 4G, for forwards compatibility, but that isn't a real issue for me at this point in time.

Cubot X6 around £130 compare with 17401 score for Moto G

hi corred1964, the screen shots show IMEI number, if it is your phone better hide those numbers.

No it's not....I don't have one :-) Thanks though
#30
Not a Rigel
#31
*rival

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