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The third generation Motorola Moto G looks to be even better than its predecessors with improved camera and slicker design. The handset will survive a quick dunking as it is IPX7 Water Resistant for up to 3 feet of fresh water for up to 30 minutes. However the handset is water proof only with original Moto shells. One of the major concerns was the 2470mAh battery, but it's no more an issue as the phone delivers pretty good battery life.

flipkart store Moto G 2015 (Gen 3) price and availability Rs. 11,999
flipkart store Moto G 2015 (Gen 3) price and availability Rs. 12,999

  • Display is good but not a Full HD display
  • IPX7 Water Resistance
  • Latest android OS and timely upgrades expected
  • Improved camera quality
  • Decent performer
  • Good build quality
  • Good battery life (Even though it is having only 2470 mAH battery)
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- By THE TIMES OF INDIA on

The third-generation Moto G is a great budget smartphone combining upgraded hardware and smooth performance. The improved camera makes the device one of the best camera phones in this price range...

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- By NDTV Gadgets on

If you are buying a smartphone to impress others, the Moto G 3rd gen probably isn't for you because there are no standout specifications to boast about...

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- By NDTV Gadgets on

The company has also upgraded the camera on the Moto G (Gen 3) which now sports a 13-megapixel rear camera with dual-LED flash and f/2.0 lens, and a 5-megapixel front camera...

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- By indiatoday.in on

The new Moto G (Gen 3) looks every bit as sweet and very functional as the previous Moto Gs, at least on paper. At the same time, it is a significant upgrade in almost all departments over its predecessors...

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- By IBN Live on

The phone appears to be promising, but only the real-world tests (during our exhaustive review) will tell where the new Moto G (3rd generation) stands in the already budget smartphone competitive market...

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- By Trusted Reviews on

Overall, there's enough improvements here to suggest it'll be a worthwhile upgrade on its predecessor once again, just like the Moto G (2014) was on the original Moto G...

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- By Expert Reviews on

If app performance isn't your main worry with a phone then this a great handset. The new, improved camera is a big asset as is the slicker design and feel...