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Motorola Moto G prices in Hong Kong

The Moto G is a rather unique smartphone. It is not a flagship smartphone, and it is not entirely budget either – yet not quite a mid-range smartphone. What it is however, is that it is a smartphone everyone can appreciate. It is affordable, well performing, and runs on a pure Android operating system. Read more below!

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*Prices updated on 21 Jul 2017

Motorola Hong Kong - The Smartphone for Everyone

The Motorola Moto G smartphone has often been touted as an excellent phone that is well priced and also well equipped. It may not have all of the bells and whistles that come with a flagship smartphone, but it is still good enough for a lot of daily uses.It is an incredibly simple looking smartphone that delivers a no nonsense user experience throughout its use, serving as something more of a tool tpo help you rather than something you have to worry about.

Tough for Everyday Use

Every Moto G released has always been about its functionality over its form. It is a handsome looking smartphone, no doubt, but it also has enhancements to help us get through a day. The Moto G 3rdGeneration has advanced water resistance with an IPX7 rating for splashes and accidental drops into water – it is not to say that you can swim with it however. If you drop it in a sink with water, just pick it up and dry it off. The Moto G 4thGeneration on the other hand has water repellent properties that prevents water or liquid damage from spills, splashes, or the rain.

The displays of Moto G smartphones are also all incredibly tough and strong. And we have Corning's Gorilla Glass to thank for that. Corning Gorilla Glass is a really strong display that is used in many smartphones today. It provides a strong durable edge-to-edge glass to protect the Moto G's display from scratches and scuffs in our day to day life.

The rear shells of Moto G smartphones are also easily replaceable with a bevy of other colors. In the event that your rear shell is damaged or you just want to express your style, just pull it off and snap on a new one.

Fast Performance for Fast-Paced Life

TheMoto G 4thGeneration is powered by an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 617 chipset with a Adreno 405 GPU. This octa-core processor lets you keep your active and fast-paced lifestyle without any slowdowns – it might help you to do things even faster! Paired with a generous 2GB of RAM, the Moto G can run multiple applications and tasks at the same time and allow you to switch between them with ease.

If you are also one of those power users who constantly use up your smartphone's battery life, you will appreciate the TurboPower charging of the Moto G which allows you to charge the phone up quickly, gaining up to an extra 6 hours of power within 15 minutes of charge time.

Motorola Moto G Expert Reviews

devontechsupport.com
Reviewed on 2017-05-10
I've been full-on charmed by the Moto G camera. It simply outdoes the similarly-specced affordable phone cameras at the price, with far more consistent performance and better image quality, The water resistance is almost as well-implemented as I could hav...I miss the days when we could talk about the Moto G like the bargain of the century. Those days are gone. While this phone is still among the very best, most companies offer similar specs within a similar price range, I wish Motorola had stayed a bit more...
When the first Moto G arrived back in 2013, it was a revelation. It showed us that phones under £150 (US$220) didn't have to come with rubbish screens and dodgy performance. Now we're onto the Moto G's third version.What's new here? A better camera is the...
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expertreviews.co.uk
Reviewed on 2016-07-12
So where does that leave last year's 3rd Gen model? Well, while the Moto G4 is a significant step up from the 3rd Gen Moto G in almost every way - including speed, battery life, camera and general screen quality - it is also considerably larger, as its sc...
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pcadvisor.co.uk
Reviewed on 2016-05-18
Motorola has been king of budget phones for a long time and the Moto G has proven to be a difficult device to beat. The news of the third generation Moto G is exciting but the phone is now more expensive at £179 for the cheaper model and £209 for the high...
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recombu.com
Reviewed on 2016-05-04
Still smooth performer, Dependable cameraNew model about to launch
We re-review the Motorola Moto G3, a.k.a. Moto G 3rd Generation in 2016, a full year after its release, to see if it's still one of the best-value budget mobile phones around.The first Moto G phone (now nearly three years old, eep) properly stirred our un...
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ephotozine.com
Reviewed on 2016-03-07
Good daytime image quality, Simple – if limited – camera app, Decent screen, Higher capacity battery, MicroSD expandability, IPX7rated water resistance, Customisable casingAverage low light performance, Tapping to shoot rather than tapping to focus won't be intuitive to all, No ISO or WB control, Lacks realtime filter effects, Lowresolution panoramas, No NFC
The original Moto G redefined what you could expect from a budget smartphone, and now Motorola has released this third generation model which boasts improved camera quality along with the addition of IPX7 water resistance. The Moto G 3rd Gen comes in...
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mobilemag.com
Reviewed on 2016-01-29
Last year's Moto G literally shook up the mid-tier smartphone realm. It had impressive specs, a well designed body and features that were way above its price. Moto promised that the next Moto G would be even better. Fortunately, a few leaks here and there...
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nothingwired.com
Reviewed on 2016-01-20
Coolpad has finally launched its much awaited Note 3 Lite smartphone in India. With Coolpad Note 3 Lite, the Chinese smartphone manufacturer aims to target the sub-10K smartphone category. It sports similar features as the Coolpad Note 3 but in a lighter...
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tomshardware.com
Reviewed on 2015-11-13
Battery life, Expandable storage, LTE, Performance, PriceHazy display coating, 32bit OS, Nonremovable battery
The new third-generation Moto G fixes many of the issues it experienced during its sophomore slump. For starters, it now supports 4G LTE in its base...
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tomshardware.co.uk
Reviewed on 2015-11-13
Battery life, Expandable storage, LTE, Performance, PriceHazy display coating, 32bit OS, Nonremovable battery
The third-generation Moto G offers better performance and battery life than its predecessor. It also gets upgraded cameras and supports 4G LTE. For those on a budget, Motorola's latest affordable smartphone is a compelling choice.Motorola discovered a win...
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knowyourmobile.com
Reviewed on 2015-10-27
Great build quality, Low price, Extensive customisation, Fast and optimised performance, Decent battery life, MicroSD support, Stock Android LollipopScreen could be better, camera somewhat lacking
When Google acquired Motorola back in 2012 things changed for the company massively. It went from lingering behind in the smartphone race to carving its own path separate from the rest of the pack. And what's more, that path was actually very successful...
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whatmobile.net
Reviewed on 2015-10-16
Excellent camera, Good performance, Impressive battery lifeRemoval of front speaker, Nonremovable battery, Not the brightest screen
Motorola’s hugely successful budget handset reaches its third iteration. Will it continue to reign supreme?If you cast your eyes back to the Motorola Mobility event that happened in July this year, the company announced a flurry of new devices covering bo...
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brighthand.com
Reviewed on 2015-10-14
Motorola's software offering, even if it is a little handicapped, Great battery life, Extremely affordableChunky build, Not all of Motorola's fancier software features available, Middling camera
This site is no stranger to testing some of the more affordable handsets out on the market . While many of them receive favorable reviews, it's usually with the caveat that it really isn't that great of a phone, but it's just hard to knock something so ch...
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gizmochina.com
Reviewed on 2015-09-23
Home News Motorola Moto G 3rd Gen 2015 Review – The Best Budget Smartphone... News Review Motorola Moto G 3rd Gen 2015 Review – The Best Budget Smartphone of 2015? REALLY? By Linus - Sep 23, 2015 1094 2 SHARE Facebook Twitter Usually, Gizmochina's website...
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mymobileindia.com
Reviewed on 2015-09-23
Good design, Smooth performace, Water resistancePoor specced for price, Battery life, Not the greatest display
The first Moto G (launched in 2013) is credited by many as being the device that brought Motorola back into the smartphone spotlight and pretty much redefined the concept of a budget smartphone by offering very good hardware at a surprisingly low price. C...
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itwire.com
Reviewed on 2015-09-19
Motorola (a Lenovo company) has released the 3rd Generation Moto G – a ready to rumble, dual sim, mass-market phone that at A$369 is great value.Motorola has had some good times and some equally poor ones. At one time a great American brand only to be sna...
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gadgetspeak.com
Reviewed on 2015-09-17
2013 marked what some regard as a sea-change with regards to the choice options open to users looking to purchase a new smart phone. Previously the accepted options were either expensive or old technology. However in 2013 Motorola released its ground brea...
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booredatwork.com
Reviewed on 2015-09-16
The new Moto G is ready to weather any storm with you, literally, thanks to IPX7-rated protection and Corning Gorilla Glass, so you're safe from accidental drops into water 2 as well as unsightly scrapes and scratches on your display. With an all-day batt...
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Digitaltrends.com
Reviewed on 2015-09-15
Excellent value for the $180 price, Moto Maker customization options, Waterproof rating of IPX 7, Best camera on a budget phoneNot the fastest processor, Plastic back is a little creaky
Motorola set the gold standard for budget phones with the first Moto G — the new one raises the bar yet again. Other sub-$200 phones will turn green with envy over the 2015 Moto G's fun customizable color options, waterproof build, and sharp, 13-megapixel...
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gadgetguy.com.au
Reviewed on 2015-09-08
Feels great in the hand, Pretty good system performance, Excellent two day battery, High speeds possible from the Cat4 modem inside, Two SIM card slots, Upgradeable storage, Sports more water resistance than most flagship phones offerScreen is a little pixely, WiFi is occasionally glitchy, Camera could be a little better
Motorola's G has always been a pretty solid middle ground for anyone looking for a phone that offers value, so can Motorola perfect the G on its third version?Motorola's third generation G is here, and with it, a fair amount of new tech as well as some de...
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techspot.com
Reviewed on 2015-09-08
Great improvements to performance, battery life and the camera. Solid, water resistant design now with Moto Maker customizability. All models now come with LTE. Excellent value for money.Regression in display quality. Motorola's camera app is terrible.
In 2013, Motorola launched the first-generation Moto G, and with very respectable hardware and a price tag of just $180 off-contract, it was easily the best budget smartphone of the year. In 2014, it was a similar story: Motorola launched the second-gen M...
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