Pros Almost pure Andoid
Great 4.5" 720p screen
Good battery life
Very well built
Feels great on the hand
Unbeatable price Tag
Cons No memory card slot so, go for the 16GB model
Summary I purchased this phone to replace a Moto I which my wife lost on the beach.Did I mention you also get an extra 50GB on Google drive free for two years (at lest in Brazil) !
I couldn't be more impressed!
First beacuse I paid about BR R$850 (about US$340) for a 16MB model with Sol Rebublic's Tracks Air, that by itself goes for US$200.
This phone is top of the line and it feels almost as good as the aclaimed Moto X.
As matter of fact I liked it so much I bought another one as a backup for my Samsung S4. The fact that it doesn't have all the crap that Samsung pushes, makes it almost faster then the S4 with a much better grip.
Buy it, ever if for your kids. You will not regret it!
Updated on Dec 18, 2013
Pros Nice display, solid battery life, strong antenna, quad core processor, very well built, Gorilla Glass 3, near stock Android, feels good in hand, FM radio, unbeatable price.
Cons Non-removable battery, lack of expandable storage, camera just OK, no LTE, 1 GB RAM
Summary Most amazing device I have had in this price range. Got it because my S3 became horrible after the carrier forced update to 4.3 Jellybean. I'm using this Moto G on KitKat 4.4.2 with no problems. I planned on going back to my S3 after the software fix or next update, but I may not now. The S3 has the better camera, but I really don't take a lot of pictures so that isn't a big deal and the camera is decent and better with the KitKat upgrade. If you really need a good camera, use a real camera. I've put my Moto G and S3 side by side with the same wallpaper,both at 50% brightness and the Moto G display looked better. I thought the lack of expandable storage might be an issue, but it hasn't been. Just make sure you spend the extra money for the 16gb version. My battery life has been pretty good. I make it through the day with no problem. Lasts longer than my S3 with it's stock battery and a lot longer than my co-worker's Nexus 5 that people love to compare this to. Wish the RAM was 2GB, but I rarely have any hanging, and cuts had to be made somewhere to justify the cost of the Moto X. The G also doesn't have LTE or NFC. The first isn't a big deal as my speeds are fast enough and the latter I never used on my S3 so I don't miss it. I should also note that I work in an area where reception isn't great, but I can get solid reception while my co-workers with their S4s, S3s, Notes, HTCs, and iPhones have issues holding on to a signal. Most of us are on the same carrier. Anyway, it's a great device, especially for the price without a contract.
Pros Cheap, a good processor, and big screen.
Cons Cheap... bad camera, terrible motorola apps, a lot of non compatible apps, still android is not 100% stock (firmware is carrier personalized) OS updates will NOT be launched in all motog's worldwide. And in time, the phone gets laggier every day.
Summary If you can afford something better, go for something better.
Pros aftr 620 its d complete budget phone
Cons dying to buy it