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Re: Moto G.
Had mine a month now and I've gone from someone who didn't need a smartphone to someone for whom it is central to my business and social interactions. Having my 5-6 gmail mailboxes, hangouts, skype, company share price, phone, texts, gps navigation (Google Navigation is AMAZING), sports and fitness tracking (Endomondo is AMAZING), podcasts, soundcloud, amazon, paypal, personal and business banking, pocket office and TV (utorrent and VLC) on the train home has been unreal.
The device is slick, fast, has amazing battery life (I get a day of solid use), the stuff that matters is all top notch: the gorilla glass that won't scratch in my pocket, the GPS that locks fast and stays locked without nuking the battery life, the wifi that isn't flaky for once, the phone is ace ..
I was really moved yesterday to get a call over Skype from a family member in Sir Lanka who I'd not spoken to in months. They just saw me on skype (which I didn't even remember I had) and called me. I was in the middle of nowhere with the dog. It made my day and the 3G held up just fine.
For the price this thing has become integeral to my life in a month in a way a more expensive device would but without the massive headache of carrying a month's salary everywhere and worrying all the time if its going to be broken or stolen etc.
Moto G is a revelation and possible the best $160 I ever spent.