Review: New $180 Moto G is a stylish upgrade worthy of the original | Ars Technica

Andrew Cunningham of Ars Technica reviews the Moto G.

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Pocket Lint - Moto G and Moto G Plus: It's bigger, but it's still a bargain

Pocket Lint - Lenovo has announced the Moto G for 2016, an updated handset that sticks to those original G aims - being uncompromisingly affordable - but taking this mid-range darling in a new direction. The Moto G is going big.

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Moto G 1st Generation Gets Official Stock Android 6.0 Marshmallow

Mobotweaks: Moto G 1st Generation Gets official Stock Android 6.0 Marshmallow. Now you can easily update your moto g 2013 to android marshmallow using Ported official Stock Android 6.0 from Moto G 2014 ( 2nd Generation ) .The ROM is stable and will smoothly run on your Moto G 2013, therefore you have all the reasons …

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007Tech2770d ago (Edited 2770d ago )

a news can't be better than this for moto g users..good luck


Don't worry, the Moto G and Moto E aren't going anywhere

Contrary to recent speculation, the two unlocked Motorola models will still factor into the company's future lineups.