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Moto G 3rd Gen review

This new version is a much more refined handset than its chunky-looking predecessor, and while the specs haven't leapt forward quite as much as I'd hoped, Motorola's superb build quality and sheer number of features more than make up for it. 


Regardless of which model you choose, the new Moto G's design is far superior to any other budget handset I've seen from Motorola so far. Taking several design cues from Motorola's Moto X series, the metal effect frame curves almost seamlessly into the removable back plate, creating lovely smooth contours.


As far as I can tell, the 3rd Gen Moto G uses an almost identical screen to the one used on the 2nd Gen Moto G. Both have a 5in 1,280x720 resolution display, which I think strikes just the right balance between screen size and pixel clarity, and our colour calibration tests bore very similar results.
Camera of this phone is the best part as the focusing is very fast ,even in low light conditions it focuses the object very fast. Also the best part is the dual led flash its very bright to capture mid level photos in night.