I love the Moto G. I always have. The original Moto G was the first device that placed Android as a real player in the budget phone market. It’s fair to say that the Moto G changed the smart phone landscape in this way, saying that it wasn’t only Nokia and Windows Phone that could do it.
Last year, I reviewed the second generation model and it was clear that Motorola had done it again. This year, they went all out.
I was able to design my phone through Moto Maker. They added a 13 MP rear camera and a 5 MP front camera. They pulled out all the stops. I could actually see myself using this phone, which is not something I often say about a budget device. Check out the unboxing.