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Motorola Moto G4 Plus 16GB SIM-Free Smartphone (Single SIM) - Black (Exclusive to Amazon) £164.99
Motorola Moto G4 Plus 16GB SIM-Free Smartphone (Single SIM) - Black (Exclusive to Amazon) £164.99

Motorola Moto G4 Plus 16GB SIM-Free Smartphone (Single SIM) - Black (Exclusive to Amazon) £164.99

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It has been..
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Yes

5.5" screen size seems to be the "new" normal.

HankHandsome

5.5" screen size seems to be the "new" normal.



It's been the new normal for a while. In fact I think it's only Gearbest who still calls 5.5" a "phablet". Not sure if I'm such a big fan, but as long as there are options, I'm happy.

Muir

It's been the new normal for a while. In fact I think it's only Gearbest … It's been the new normal for a while. In fact I think it's only Gearbest who still calls 5.5" a "phablet". Not sure if I'm such a big fan, but as long as there are options, I'm happy.



I'm not really a fan. 5.5" is far too big for me. My 6s is 4.7" and that's big enough.

depends on you're hands. if you have big shovels like me then 5.5" screens are great!

Really good phone for the price, with one of the purest Android experiences you can get (i.e. no stupid bundled software that's hard to get rid of).

Really good phone - apart from the common issue of "ghost touch" - my wife's phone is the 32GB G4+ model and has just come back from being repaired by Lenovo - within a day it is still suffering from the problem. It will randomly phone contacts while charging or make it impossible to use the touch screen due to the rapid random ghost touches on the screen.

My son has the Ghost touch issues with his phone BUT only if he uses a different charger to the one he got with the phone.

£164 for only 16GB seems a lot

alright phone I have the ghost touch too. battery life not great in my opinion either.

brookheather

Really good phone - apart from the common issue of "ghost touch" - my … Really good phone - apart from the common issue of "ghost touch" - my wife's phone is the 32GB G4+ model and has just come back from being repaired by Lenovo - within a day it is still suffering from the problem. It will randomly phone contacts while charging or make it impossible to use the touch screen due to the rapid random ghost touches on the screen.


Was it purchased directly from Motorola? I found them a horrific company to deal with. They consistently refused to honour their obligations under the Consumer Rights' Act.

which.co.uk/con…act

noelphobic

Was it purchased directly from Motorola? I found them a horrific company … Was it purchased directly from Motorola? I found them a horrific company to deal with. They consistently refused to honour their obligations under the Consumer Rights' Act. http://www.which.co.uk/consumer-rights/regulation/consumer-rights-act


Yes - they have supposedly tried to repair it so now need to contact them to see where we go from here. Ideally I just want a working phone - if they can't fix it then may need to go for a refund.

brookheather

Yes - they have supposedly tried to repair it so now need to contact them … Yes - they have supposedly tried to repair it so now need to contact them to see where we go from here. Ideally I just want a working phone - if they can't fix it then may need to go for a refund.


The only person I know of who managed to get a refund did so by instigating court action. In my case I had 2 failed repairs and they then wanted to give me a reconditioned phone - and made it sound as though they were doing me a favour!

I found out later that after the first failed repair I was legally entitled to a refund.

https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/Moto-G4-Moto-G4-Plus-Moto-G4/Occasionally-screen-goes-crazy-like-its-reacting-to-touches-by/m-p/3674569#M23451

https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/Moto-G4-Moto-G4-Plus-Moto-G4/moto-g4-plus-charging-issue-quot-ghost-touch-quot/m-p/3674596#M23452

This gives a flavour of what you're up against!

If the phone was purchased using a credit card then the card issuer is jointly liable under Section 75

which.co.uk/con…act
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