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An ideal starter smartphone

Motorola Moto E (2nd Gen)

from PC Magazine (2 days ago)

With the addition of LTE and a processor upgrade,Motorola's latest Moto E narrows the gap between entry-level and high-end smartphones.


A solid, well-built phone, especially for the price

Motorola Moto E (2nd Gen)

from Ars Technica (3 days ago)

The $150 version of the new Moto E does a lot of things very well, especially for the price. Performance is generally good. The LTE speeds are as good as what you'll get in many high-end phones. Build quality is fine and screen quality is good even if its resolution and pixel density aren't very imp... More

Useful hardware upgrades for faster performance

Motorola Moto E (2nd Gen)

from PC Advisor (8 days ago)

The new Moto E 4G is a worthy upgrade over the original Moto E, with upgrades in every area. For an extra £20 it adds 4G LTE connectivity and a front-facing camera, plus performance and storage improvements. It might not be as fast as the grey-market Doogee F1 Turbo Mini, but this Moto E 4G is... More


A seriously good budget phone

Motorola Moto E (2nd Gen)

from Chip Chick (9 days ago)

We’re impressed with the Moto E’s solid performance – to that effect, it actually performs quite well, so that tasks like snapping a photo is super fast. The device is also built well, and even if it isn’t stylish, it is pretty adorable to behold. All in all, it’s clear... More

An awesome phone with impressive specs, stunning build quality and fantastic performance

Motorola DROID Turbo

from Android Guys (17 days ago)

After having the opportunity to write this short review on the Droid Turbo I honestly have to rethink about stitching over to it. I already have a great smartphone but with the great build quality, awesome performance and just overall ease of use of the Droid Turbo it is hard for me not to want to d... More


A great device that is definitely capable to standing up to even the latest generation of flagship phones

Motorola Moto X (2nd Gen)

from GottaBeMobile (27 days ago)

Overall, I’d say the Moto X 2014 is a great device and definitely capable to standing up to even the latest generation of flagship phones. No, Moto Voice is neither a game changer nor a reason to purchase the Moto X 2014, but it never should have been. The fundamentals are right here. Its desi... More

It's size is both it's biggest asset and worst flaw

Google Nexus 6

from Gadgetsteria (about 1 month ago)

Here’s where it gets dicey. If you’re on a Nexus 5 currently, we’d be more inclined to say no, don’t upgrade. You see, the Nexus 5 was almost perfect. The sleek, soft-touch black casing fit nicely in the hand and looked awesome too boot. The hardware while not the newest or m... More


Android Lollipop flagship is too big and expensive to win us over

Google Nexus 6

from PC Advisor (about 1 month ago)

There are some good things about the Nexus 6 including build quality and some top-end hardware such as the screen, processor and camera. However, it's simply too big, unwieldy and expensive to warrant awarding it anything higher than four stars and really get behind it (unless we wanted to hid from... More


Sturdy, nice design and fast with small points of criticism

Google Nexus 6

from Notebookcheck (about 1 month ago)

The Nexus 6 is a phablet that fits well into the Nexus-series: Sturdy, nice design and fast with small points of criticism. Similar to the other Nexus devices, the manufacturer uses well-known components and does not want to be the best device at any cost. This is apparent when you look at the came... More


Remarkably fluid and responsive

Google Nexus 6

from Digital Versus (2 months ago)

It might not quite live up to its exceptional spec sheet, but it's still a very good phablet. All the same, given its price, we'd have expected a near perfect screen―like that of the Nexus 5―an ultra-impressive battery life and 4G+ compatibility. It struggles to match up to two of its closest rivals... More



Motorola Moto G (2nd Gen)

(23 days ago)

Classic Phone at a mind blowing price. I was using samsung S3 for last 2 years but i feel now that Moto G2 is way better than S3. If any one is thinking to buy this phone so ............... don't think just get it.



Motorola Moto G

(2 months ago)

This is the first smart phone I have had. I didn't even last a year. I took it to Hong Kong, took the sim card out so I didn't get a long distance phone call and only wanted to use free wifi. I used wifi for about 5 minutes to check email then shut it off. The second time I turned it on to check ema... More


My first smartphone

Motorola Moto G (2nd Gen)

(3 months ago)

Phone works well with less weight . but the temperature goes beyond 43 degree Celsius and took more time for charging .


This phone absolutely rocks

Motorola Moto G

(3 months ago)

Even though there are a couple of tradeoffs such as no expandable storage and no 4g LTE this phone has more than made up for it in terms of speed, build quality, and performance. I would absolutely recommend it to my friends. Overall, best darned prepaid smartphone I've ever owned period. BTW the b... More


Low price

Motorola Moto G

(4 months ago)

This phone is awesome. Good Display, decent battery life, great screen at that price. The only problem is the camera, not that good and the flash would make eyes black for a sec. Do you know that that you have ART runtime option in your Moto G, which is featured in KitKat. And you can enable it from... More


Best bang-for-buck

Motorola Moto G

(5 months ago)

Speedy. Cheap. Awesome screen. Near-vanilla android experience. (Thank-you Motorola!). You're not going to find a better phone for under $450.


Good device

Motorola Moto G

(6 months ago)

I have been using this device for 5 months and it is a good one. After 5 months of heavy usage, there is a slight big of lag in the device and a bit drop in battery backup. However on following some things mentioned in the following site, I saw a huge change in device performance.


Its not the best phone I have had.

Motorola MOTOGO! Flip

(6 months ago)

It's layout is absolutely awful. Everything is everywhere. Camera sucks, along with its problem with over heating. I have had it for 1.5 years and never really had any other problems with it. Would I recommend it? No. If you are looking for a cheap, temporary phone then this may be the one for you.... More


Good durable, basic cell phone

Motorola W385

(7 months ago)

I have had this phone for about 6 years and I only need to charge it about once a month (probably because I only use it for a minute a day LOL). But I rarely use the camera although it has come in handy once or twice. Good durable absolutely basic cell phone.


Best budget phone, ever

Motorola Moto G

(8 months ago)

Amazing phone for the $150 price point. The screen is very good and it comes with a decent battery also. Trendy looking, speedy updates, quad core processor. The camera is definitely not high quality, just OK. Wish for an SD slot. Cannot complain for the price


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About Motorola

Motorola proved the naysayers wrong and got this whole crazy cell phone business started back in the 1980’s when they produced “The Brick”, a large, um, ‘portable’ cell phone that was short on looks, but worked!

Shortly thereafter, business really took off when Motorola came out with the StarTac, a sexy flip that was futuristic by anyone’s standards at the time and a huge seller.

Since those early days, Motorola has continued to produce numerous and popular phones, including the extremely successful Razr, a model which ushered in the “thin” fad.

Unfortunately, Motorola has hit hard times during the past couple years with a combination of record losses, an exodus of top CEO’s and ultimately the company being put up for sale.

Motorola is based in Schaumburg, Illinois and was founded in 1928 as the Galvin Manufacturing Corporation.

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