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Motorola Moto G prices in Singapore

The Moto G is a rather unique smartphone. It is not a flagship smartphone, and it is not entirely budget either – yet not quite a mid-range smartphone. What it is however, is that it is a smartphone everyone can appreciate. It is affordable, well performing, and runs on a pure Android operating system. Read more below!

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*Prices updated on 20 Oct 2017

Motorola Moto G Price by Country

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Indonesia IDR 1,449,000
Philippines PHP 7,790
Singapore SGD 448

The Smartphone for Everyone in Singapore

The Motorola Moto G smartphone has often been touted as an excellent phone that is well priced and also well equipped. It may not have all of the bells and whistles that come with a flagship smartphone, but it is still good enough for a lot of daily uses.It is an incredibly simple looking smartphone that delivers a no nonsense user experience throughout its use, serving as something more of a tool tpo help you rather than something you have to worry about.

Tough for Everyday Use

Every Moto G released has always been about its functionality over its form. It is a handsome looking smartphone, no doubt, but it also has enhancements to help us get through a day. The Moto G 3rdGeneration has advanced water resistance with an IPX7 rating for splashes and accidental drops into water – it is not to say that you can swim with it however. If you drop it in a sink with water, just pick it up and dry it off. The Moto G 4thGeneration on the other hand has water repellent properties that prevents water or liquid damage from spills, splashes, or the rain.

The displays of Moto G smartphones are also all incredibly tough and strong. And we have Corning's Gorilla Glass to thank for that. Corning Gorilla Glass is a really strong display that is used in many smartphones today. It provides a strong durable edge-to-edge glass to protect the Moto G's display from scratches and scuffs in our day to day life.

The rear shells of Moto G smartphones are also easily replaceable with a bevy of other colors. In the event that your rear shell is damaged or you just want to express your style, just pull it off and snap on a new one.

Moto G Singapore - Fast Performance for Fast-Paced Life

The Moto G 4th Generation is powered by an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 617 chipset with a Adreno 405 GPU. This octa-core processor lets you keep your active and fast-paced lifestyle without any slowdowns – it might help you to do things even faster! Paired with a generous 2GB of RAM, the Moto G can run multiple applications and tasks at the same time and allow you to switch between them with ease.

If you are also one of those power users who constantly use up your smartphone's battery life, you will appreciate the TurboPower charging of the Moto G which allows you to charge the phone up quickly, gaining up to an extra 6 hours of power within 15 minutes of charge time.

Motorola Moto G Expert Reviews

digitalone.com.sg
Reviewed on 2014-02-20
Forget saving up for a mid-range or premium smartphone if you're on an extremely tight budget. For just a fraction of the price, you can get a decent smartphone that does not skimp on build quality and features.This particular smartphone is priced within ...
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twentyfirsttech.com
Reviewed on 2014-02-20
With the launch of Xiaomi's Redmi in just one day, we here at Twenty First Tech have decided to give you a run-down of early 2014's cheapest smartphones. Today, we are going to compare the Xiaomi Redmi to Motorola's wildly popular budget offering – the Mo...
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twentyfirsttech.com
Reviewed on 2014-01-14
2013 has come to a close, but as we usher in the new year, let us take a look at last year's best gadgets – a complete rundown of noteworthy smartphones, tablets and laptops. Last year was a blockbuster year of technology, with new devices coming out once...
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hardwarezone.com.sg
Reviewed on 2014-01-08
Clean, simple design, Good handling, Smooth performance, Dual SIM, AffordableOnly 8GB model available here, No memory card slot, No 4G LTE connectivity, Imaging performance can be better
Since Google completed its acquisition of Motorola Mobility in May 2012, much attention had been focused on how Google planned to revigorate the Motorola brand under its wings.Google wasn't very pleased with Motorola's products in the pipeline, and hired ...
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techcrunch.com
Reviewed on 2017-04-28
Motorola has done its best to deliver a premium experience with an affordable price tag with the Moto G, the little sibling to the higher priced Moto X. Both phones have Google's stamp all over them, and share a surprising amount in common besides that, t...
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techradar.com/au/
Reviewed on 2016-11-08
Great value, Decent screen, Slick interfacePoor camera, Low internal storage, Extra cost for microSD and 4G
If you're interested in a good all-around smartphone that won't cost a whole lot, check out the Moto G4.The Moto G4 Plus amps up the performance and adds a fingerprint sensor to the formula for just a little more cash.Lastly, the Moto G4 Play retains...
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mobiletechreview.com
Reviewed on 2016-07-01
Very affordable, works with all major carriers, quality and customer service despite low price. Good cameras, 3DMark Sling Shot: 384These are large phones, old Moto G owners who like small phones will be disappointed. Occasional lag, The Moto G Plus has a fingerprint scanner on the front, which the Moto G lacks. The scanner works very well, and our only complaint is that we kept press...
Not everyone wants to spend as much on their phone as on their laptop. That doesn't mean you have to get a crappy phone or a no-name import if you want to spend just $199 to $250. Heck, the Moto G4 is half the price of a OnePlus Three! The Moto G and G Pl...
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techradar.com
Reviewed on 2015-12-15
Lovely camera, Smart water resistance, Great performance, Decent screenBulkier design, Pricer than older Moto Gs, Non, stereo front speaker
When the first Moto G arrived back in 2013, it was a revelation. It showed us that phones under £150 didn't have to come with rubbish screens and dodgy performance. Now we're onto the Moto G's third version.What's new? A better camera is the highlight, wh...
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techradar.com/au/
Reviewed on 2015-12-14
Lovely camera, Smart water resistance, Great performance, Decent screenBulkier design, Pricer than older Moto Gs, Nonstereo front speaker
When the first Moto G arrived back in 2013, it was a revelation. It showed us that phones under £150 didn't have to come with rubbish screens and dodgy performance. Now we're onto the Moto G's third version.What's new? A better camera is the highlight...
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firstpost.com
Reviewed on 2015-08-13
Motorola started a revolution of sorts with the Moto G (1st generation) back in late 2013 because at its price, there was literally no competition for the specifications and features being offered. It is in its third generation now and the mobile landscap...
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gizmodo.com
Reviewed on 2015-08-07
Inexpensive smartphones all come with compromises, but weve reached a point when those glaring setbacks are less noticeable. The new Moto G is totally solid phone, which will make you wonder why youd pay for a flagship when what you get for $220 is so d...
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wired.com
Reviewed on 2015-08-07
Hard to beat the price. Waterproof, and still has a removable back. Runs a pure version of Android, with only useful additionsThe camera can't hang with the best. The screen doesn't look as good as it should. A little hefty
Hard to beat the price. Waterproof, and still has a removable back. Runs a pure version of Android, with only useful additions.The camera can't hang with the best. The screen doesn't look as good as it should. A little hefty.The best thing about the Moto...
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tech-boom.com
Reviewed on 2015-07-28
The successor of the Motorola Moto G 2014 is here. The new generation of this smartphone midrange US company (now owned by Lenovo) has had a brilliant presentation, as it has been announced today will begin to hit the stores. The Moto G 2015 remains the b...
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techradar.com
Reviewed on 2015-05-16
Great value, Decent screen, Slick interfacePoor camera, Low internal storage, Extra cost for microSD and 4G
There's a new low cost Motorola on the market in the form of the Moto G (2014). So if you fancy the latest budget Android blower you'll want to check out the 5-inch, 4G enabled, quad-core 2014 edition - although it will cost you a little more.Motorola kic...
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wired.co.uk
Reviewed on 2015-05-01
Larger screen, dual SIM, sturdy build, good battery life, expandable memory, budget price, 4GProcessor same as last model, screen resolution hasn't increased
The very latest Moto G adds 4G for fast internet downloads and streaming. But the other one's still available. For about the same price. So why the difference? The 4G -capable version of the Moto G looks pretty much the same as the other Moto G -- same s...
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gadgetspeak.com
Reviewed on 2014-12-24
It is 14x7x1cm and weights 147grams. Unusually for mobile phone reviews I have been able to use this for ten weeks before writing this review. It has been my constant companion when out and about.This is a dual SIM unit which are slowly becoming more popu...
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thestar.com.my
Reviewed on 2014-12-22
Bigger screen, Micro SD card slot for more memory, stereo speakers, better camerasLarger and heavier than its predecessor
The new model has similar specs as its predecessor, including the same 1.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 quad-core ­processor. That's not really a problem as it runs smoothly and the interface has been improved in meaningful ways.For instance, Google Now has...
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gizmodo.in
Reviewed on 2014-12-16
When it comes to smartphones, there was a time when cheap really meant shitty. That's no longer true. But which cheap phones are worth buying? I found two.Like many of you, I used to be sucked into the endless black hole that was crazy expensive smartphon...
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theaustralian.com.au
Reviewed on 2014-11-26
Flagship smartphones might grab the headlines but not everyone wants to spend big bucks on a new smartphone. According to IDC, the majority of smartphone sales are still driven by the budget market with almost 60 per cent of all Android smartphone shipmen...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2014-11-21
Low price. High-quality 720p display. Responsive, near-stock Android. 4G LTE-capable. Now includes memory card slot.Poor camera
You'd be forgiven for dismissing the 2013 Moto G at this point—a year is a long time in the fast-paced world of mobile innovation, and it wasn't exactly a cutting-edge device at launch. So why even bother? The Moto G remains one of the few reasonably size...
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