Lenovo Moto G4 Plus review: the change agent
17 May 2016 | 91mobiles
When we reviewed the first-gen Moto G, we started off by saying that it’s the device that can fulfil its parent Google’s ambition of reaching out to the next billion smartphone users. It was quite successful in achieving that as well, since it was the best-selling phone for the brand that year. Fast forward to 2016, the budget ‘G’ series has reached its fourth iteration. But what’s even more interesting is that Motorola’s parentage ha...
Pros: Gorgeous display; Fast and accurate fingerprint sensor; Powerful snappers; Loaded innards; All-day battery life;
Cons: Fingerprint sensor doesn't double up as home button; No waterproofing; Suffers from heating issues;
Verdict: While the original Moto G rewrote many rules in the Indian smartphone market, a lot has changed since then. The market has become even more competitive, with not just Chinese brands in the fray, but international giants and Indian companies fighting ...