When it comes to budget smartphones, an attractive feature in a large number of them is the availability of a dual-sim option. That’s exactly what’s the case with the Moto G. One of the best entry-level phones now comes with a dual-sim version for people who use two SIM cards on the go.
Specs (apart from the dual stand-by mode) remain the same. You get the same 4.5″ HD display with Gorilla Glass 3.
Hardware includes a 1.2Ghz Snapdragon 400 processor, 1 GB RAM, 8 or 16 GB non-expandable storage and Adreno 305. A couple of 5 megapixel and 1.3 megapixel HD cameras can also be found.
Battery capacity remains at 2,070 mAh non-expandable while the OS remains Android 4.3, coupled with a thin skin from Motorola.
Pricing is set at $210 for the 8 GB dual-sim model, while the 16 gig version can be had for $30. That’s $30 more than original phone but if you really want that extra SIM slot, then we think the minor price difference is worth it.
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