Motorola Moto G 3rd Generation SIM-Free Smartphone 2 GB RAM/16 GB ROM @ Amazon
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Motorola Moto G 3rd Generation SIM-Free Smartphone 2 GB RAM/16 GB ROM @ Amazon

£149.95Amazon Deals
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I wonder when all the 8gb confused comments will start?

Tesco direct £119.00

Very nice price. I have this phone (this version) and it's lovely

chrisbass

I wonder when all the 8gb confused comments will start?


And we have a winner
stv1950

Tesco direct £119.00


How many inches is it?

chrisbass

I wonder when all the 8gb confused comments will start?

stv1950

Tesco direct £119.00



10 minutes
Edited by: "chrisbass" 24th Mar 2016

what about.....

this or SU6?

Sorry , my mistake i compared price not GB

Had mine for at least a week and been really pleased with it, although the earpiece has started crackling when speaking on calls. Need to do a few more tests ensuring full reception to see whether it's a dud - but performance wise - this is ace!

anthony69

How many inches is it?


Size does matter.

Thank you. Motorola site and their codes playing up. Used your Amazon link and my Amazon vouchers - happy days!

I have this exact model and after a months use very pleased with it compared to the S4 I upgraded from

chrisbass

I wonder when all the 8gb confused comments will start?

stv1950

Tesco direct £119.00



I like to ........... after watching Motorola thread .........................not again:|

how to get heat on your thread ?

post any **** generation Motorola deal
Edited by: "jun19" 24th Mar 2016

Rom?

Argos price £159.95 with £10 voucher and 10% off if you buy instore via quidco registered card

chrisbass

I wonder when all the 8gb confused comments will start?



​Shocking how people don't seem to understand the difference esp when they post links claiming to know!!

or for the same price get a redmi note 3 pro,that would be my choice superb phone

I have waited long enough, time to get it.

£150 is good enough, just about.

Yes, that is a good price for the Moto G. But compared to the competition, it is still expensive.

And don't cite the "quick updates" as an advantage. Motorola has not been "quick" for quite a while. It should be running Android 6 by now, but it isn't.

MrPuddington

Yes, that is a good price for the Moto G. But compared to the … Yes, that is a good price for the Moto G. But compared to the competition, it is still expensive. And don't cite the "quick updates" as an advantage. Motorola has not been "quick" for quite a while. It should be running Android 6 by now, but it isn't.



Yea, I think it is still a bit expensive too. And the "quick updates" thing was just when they were owned by Google for a while? Now they are owned by Lenovo there is no reason why it would get quick updates, sadly.

Decent phone, both my parents have one. However, I've just snapped up a Doogee Valencia 2 Y100 which is great as well...and half the price with a dual sim option

Heads up: The dual sim 3G/H+ Moto G 2014 got Andriod 6.0 Marshmallow Over Air Update in the UK last week, good to see Motos getting updates on older models.
Edited by: "tightar5e" 25th Mar 2016

MrPuddington

Yes, that is a good price for the Moto G. But compared to the … Yes, that is a good price for the Moto G. But compared to the competition, it is still expensive. And don't cite the "quick updates" as an advantage. Motorola has not been "quick" for quite a while. It should be running Android 6 by now, but it isn't.



It is on Android M, so I'd say it was a fairly quick update.

markwalton400

It is on Android M, so I'd say it was a fairly quick update.




It's on M already? That's good.

troy39l

Argos price £159.95 with £10 voucher and 10% off if you buy instore via q … Argos price £159.95 with £10 voucher and 10% off if you buy instore via quidco registered card



Now that's a deal, I'm off there now. My Mrs's 8GB 1st Gen is full, time to upgrade.
Edited by: "Hucknallred" 25th Mar 2016

markwalton400

It is on Android M, so I'd say it was a fairly quick update.


The reports are mixed, but if it is true, that is indeed not bad. Certainly better than the 5.0 upgrade, which took ages.

my 2nd gen 4g is running superb on marshmallow. received the update early this week. I'm tempted by this deal as I think the 16gb version is better due to double the amount of ram. mine lags very slightly with alot of stuff going on

anthony69

How many inches is it?


Trust a woman!

MrPuddington

Yes, that is a good price for the Moto G. But compared to the … Yes, that is a good price for the Moto G. But compared to the competition, it is still expensive. And don't cite the "quick updates" as an advantage. Motorola has not been "quick" for quite a while. It should be running Android 6 by now, but it isn't.


My Moto has been running Android 6 for the last month!
Some people don't have a clue!

Hucknallred

Now that's a deal, I'm off there now. My Mrs's 8GB 1st Gen is full, time … Now that's a deal, I'm off there now. My Mrs's 8GB 1st Gen is full, time to upgrade.



​Upgrading the Wife or the phone?

How does this compare to iPhone 5s? Especially camera

I'm still assessing all the budget offerings at the moment; deciding between this, the 8GB one and the (8GB) Sony Xperia M4 Aqua.

I'm a little concerned that 8GB is getting a bit short, however, I'm not a huge user of apps and don't watch films / play games (in summary, I'm old ). The waterproofness attracts, as does using it as a camera along with email / news / sport / fb / maps.

I'm also a little concerned about the screens on the MOTO's - heard they crack fairly easily? Mine will sit in my pocket when commuting on a bike everyday so has to have a certain degree of ruggedness.

With that in mind and being a massive delboy, I'm swinging towards the Aqua at the mo.

Anyone think I'm being an idiot?

Thanks, heated and ordered.

It might be possible to get higher spec phones at this price but the feel, touch & build quality is exceptional.

I only managed to crack the screen on my Moto G 4G (1st gen) by dropping it face down onto a pavement from 5 feet. Fortunately only the bottom cracked i.e. below the soft buttons, so the display was unaffected.

Not sure the 8GB storage is an issue with the mkIII, as it has an SD slot, but the 1GB RAM is starting to become a problem with Android handsets in my experience.

If you want a cheap, but high spec device - check out the Chinese Doogee Valencia 2 Pro Y100 (I keep banging on about this handset, but it works well!).

Seems to have gone up to £169... since yesterday.

Original Poster

sineadlovesbooks

Seems to have gone up to £169... since yesterday.


gone back down again

SClub

I only managed to crack the screen on my Moto G 4G (1st gen) by dropping … I only managed to crack the screen on my Moto G 4G (1st gen) by dropping it face down onto a pavement from 5 feet. Fortunately only the bottom cracked i.e. below the soft buttons, so the display was unaffected.Not sure the 8GB storage is an issue with the mkIII, as it has an SD slot, but the 1GB RAM is starting to become a problem with Android handsets in my experience.If you want a cheap, but high spec device - check out the Chinese Doogee Valencia 2 Pro Y100 (I keep banging on about this handset, but it works well!).


Conversely mines been dropped, sat on and it's fair share of accidental bashes over the year or two I've had it. Though I think it's durability has a lot to do with the gel cover which, face down, keeps the screen away from a surface.
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