1. EpicIncognitO's Avatar
    I would like to know if the Moto G is still worth buying as I have read on other sites that it has comparatively old hardware and has bugs when upgraded to 5.0. I really liked the phone. Is it still worth buying because I would definitely upgrade to 5.0. The issues which concerns me is the battery which is even lesser than the Moto E 2nd gen.

    Please provide suggestions. I wouldnt buy E as I need a decent camera. What are the chances of bugs in Moto G 2nd gen, and is it worth to spend on this specification and hardware? If bugs are there is there a chance to find a solution to them?

    P.S I want to buy stock android.
    03-01-2015 11:10 PM
  2. mike colin's Avatar
    Yes, Moto G is still worth. if there is bug after update so error will definitely fix, and regarding battery i agree with you, currency moto e 2 not available in market so we cant say anything about it.
    mehediceps likes this.
    03-02-2015 12:57 AM
  3. mehediceps's Avatar
    I've been using Moto G 2nd Gen. more than 3 weeks. This is the best nobile i've ever used. Stock Android Lollipop 5.0.2 experience is awesome.
    EpicIncognitO likes this.
    03-02-2015 01:49 AM
  4. Aniket Mhatre's Avatar
    This is battery life i got

    Posted via the Android Central App
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    03-05-2015 11:28 PM
  5. smooth3006's Avatar
    id go for the new moto e lte, great device. gonna keep it until the rumored moto g 2015 lte comes.
    03-07-2015 03:24 PM
  6. Plummerdc88's Avatar
    I have been asking myself the same question. But the older processor and 1 gb ram i am not sure. I am not a huge gamer but i do it sometimes. Can anyone comment on the performance? Have you seen any/many lags or draw backs?
    03-07-2015 11:09 PM
  7. Hiberny's Avatar
    Do you think the rumored Moto G LTE (2015) will have the same specs as the non-LTE model or will we see a bump? I'm really impressed with the new Moto E, but I'd rather hold out for the larger screen. I hope the price point stays just about $200 like the last LTE model.
    03-08-2015 08:23 AM
  8. Peggy Gurney's Avatar
    I have the Moto G EXT. Is this the same as the Moto G 2nd Gen?
    03-09-2015 06:53 AM
  9. Plummerdc88's Avatar
    I have the Moto G EXT. Is this the same as the Moto G 2nd Gen?
    Yes it is, I just looked it up seems to have all the same specs
    03-09-2015 10:12 PM
  10. mustafu's Avatar
    I have been asking myself the same question. But the older processor and 1 gb ram i am not sure. I am not a huge gamer but i do it sometimes. Can anyone comment on the performance? Have you seen any/many lags or draw backs?
    Well it's no screamer but is certainly capable and doesn't have much lag to it at all. Only drawback I can think of would be reloading of apps or web pages due to the 1GB RAM. One huge plus is that it's not carrier branded and gets updates much more quickly than even branded Moto X's
    03-13-2015 04:46 PM
  11. ajaybear's Avatar
    It is still worth it. The updates are pretty swift and the phone is really good. The touch is fantastic.
    They have tied it with the new Desire 620G
    HTC Desire 620G Vs Moto G 2nd Generation - NothingGeek
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    03-19-2015 11:03 AM
  12. EpicIncognitO's Avatar
    Did you get the 5.1 yet?
    I've been using Moto G 2nd Gen. more than 3 weeks. This is the best nobile i've ever used. Stock Android Lollipop 5.0.2 experience is awesome.
    04-02-2015 04:55 AM
  13. EpicIncognitO's Avatar
    I would rather prefer the 16GB internal in the Moto G 2014 . I own it now.
    id go for the new moto e lte, great device. gonna keep it until the rumored moto g 2015 lte comes.
    04-02-2015 04:57 AM
  14. EpicIncognitO's Avatar
    I bought it and though I am also not much of a gamer I found no big lags except when you multitask alot with heavy apps in the background. Its pretty smooth and i like how simple the stock android is. The 1 GB ram seems enough for me. And believe me when I say coz I really install alot of social apps.
    I have been asking myself the same question. But the older processor and 1 gb ram i am not sure. I am not a huge gamer but i do it sometimes. Can anyone comment on the performance? Have you seen any/many lags or draw backs?
    04-02-2015 04:59 AM
  15. EpicIncognitO's Avatar
    Actually you just hit the nail on its head, the only time lag happens is after using heavy webpages on Chrome.
    Well it's no screamer but is certainly capable and doesn't have much lag to it at all. Only drawback I can think of would be reloading of apps or web pages due to the 1GB RAM. One huge plus is that it's not carrier branded and gets updates much more quickly than even branded Moto X's
    04-02-2015 05:00 AM
  16. smooth3006's Avatar
    I would rather prefer the 16GB internal in the Moto G 2014 . I own it now.
    yeah i gave the moto e to my wife as she hates root. the device was good but there is zero development for it. im waiting for the moto g lte to come to the states.
    04-12-2015 09:06 AM
  17. Colonel_Novak's Avatar
    I think it's still worth, it has a very good price/performance ratio.
    04-25-2015 10:47 PM

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