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The Moto G has long been the go-to phone for people on a budget. Is it still?
Experience Trumps Specifications
Not as good value as its predecessor, but the new Moto G is still a fantastic phone with its great camera, long battery life and useful apps
Stock Android in a waterproof body
'It looks great, has class-leading battery life and we love its light, bloatware-free approach to Android.'
'And with the new Moto E, Motorola has crafted one of the most compelling budget smartphones yet. '
'The new Motorola Moto E is proof that a cheap phone can be good, too; you're getting reasonable performance, a sharp display and LTE connectivity for $150, unlocked.'
'competent, affordable smartphone'
'Despite this, the Moto E remains an impressive phone that puts rival low-cost smartphones well and truly in the shade. '
'Basically, Motorola still hasn't figured out how to make good cameras for low-end smartphones. '
'Like its predecessor, camera quality disappoints.'
'The surface is very reflective though and the pixel density isn't helping for sharp images.'
'best sub-$200 smartphones'
'The Moto G remains the only phone we've given 10/10 and is still one of the best cheap phones you can buy. '
'With a bigger screen, much better speakers and improved cameras, the new Moto G is a great budget smartphone. '