|Flipkart||Moto M (Grey, 32 GB)(3 GB RAM)||Rs. 14,000|
After Moto G4 and Z play models comes the Moto M. The Moto M is a very nice choice for heavy multitaskers and high end gamers. The performance of the handset is great, thanks to the superior RAM. The user can get entertained for long period of time since the battery backup is good. One can also record full HD videos and share it with their close ones or social networking sites. Even the display quality is superb due to high pixel density and the fingerprint sensor is quick to respond. Overall, this smartphone is lucrative deal to watch out for.
Moto M price in India starts from Rs. 14,000. The lowest price of Moto M is Rs. 14,000 at flipkart.com. This is 3 GB RAM / 32 GB internal storage base variant of Moto M which is available in Gold, Silver colour.
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The Moto M marks a new design journey for the brand, but fails to impress in other aspectsFeb 22 2017 By Nitansh Rastogi
If you’ve been following our review, then you won’t be surprised when we say that the Moto M generates mixed feelings. While it seems to have taken care of some of the important aspects such as design and performance, it has also missed out on features that make a Moto smartphone distinct, be it the camera or software – and that’s a big red flag against it.Don’t get us wrong. The Moto M is a good device, but the competition is much better, and of course, our expectations are usually higher from a device from the iconic brand’s stable. For the specs it offers, the pricing seems to be on the higher side – Rs 15,999 for the 3GB RAM model, and Rs 17,999 for the 4 gig version. Devices such as the Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 (review) are priced significantly lower, yet seem to be better buys. Forget competition from other brands, the Moto M faces rivalry from its own family itself – the Lenovo P2 (review) is an excellent battery monster, while the Lenovo Z2 Plus (review) is the most affordable phone with the flagship-level SD820 chipset. In fact, in our opinion, the Moto G4 Plus, priced at Rs 14,999 comes across as more bang for your buck. The 4GB flavour of the Honor 6X (review) is also a great choice, especially due to its dual cameras.Related read: Moto M vs Moto G4 PlusIf you’re keen on getting the Moto M however, our suggestion to you would be to wait a little longer for the Moto G5 Plus, which as per the rumours, will feature a revamped design language and impressive spec sheet for a sticker price of around Rs 15,000.Related read: What to expect from the Moto G5 Plus
Well I was amazed to read the before the phone was delivered to me but after using it there are a few flaws which I found in Moto M.n1-second sim or memory card.n I mean its better to launch a phone with only one sim option, customer will not in a confusion.n2-it lags a lot when apps like share it or MX player are started.. I just can't understand why is this so with 3 GB of RAM.n3-Earphones sucks. Horrible sound.n4-Battery backup- it goes to its lowest after 3-4 hours of internet usage.n5-The 16 MP camera- Moto g(2nd gen) 8 mp camera vis better than 16 mp Moto M's.The same is with the front facing camera..lots of blur blur blur blurred picture.nnMy younger brother uses Redmi 3s prime and it's a lot better phone if compared to Moto m and the 7000 rs difference.nnThis is what I felt using it for 10 days.nHope it might be helpful.nThanks
this is my 3rd moto mob. after G2 and G3 . i am reviewing the product after the use of 4 hr. nnPros:n1. first moto mob. in metal. look is good. u vl love it.n2. sound quality is amazing.n3.charging indicator is there.n4. screen is classy and feels good to touch.n5. fingerprint sensor is fast.n6. fast chargingn7. got back cover and screen guard with the phone.n8. different earphone.nncons:n1. camera quality is not up to the mark. dont know why moto did this! i think its lenovo effect.
Moto is also offering 100GB of extra 4G data and easy EMI options during the saleOct 10 2017 By Akshay Kumar
The Moto M marks a new design philosophy for the brandJan 11 2017 By Nitansh Rastogi
We pit the recently launched Moto M against the Moto G4 PlusDec 13 2016 By Prateek Pandey
Higher battery capacity:
3300 mAH vs 3050 mAH
More expandable memory:
256 GB vs 128 GB
Octa core 1.6 GHz vs Octa core 2.2 GHz
Any idea, when would Honor 6x be released in India? I am waiting for the phone since it's release in China. I'm in a dilemma that whether I have to wait for that or can I go for Moto M?,Any idea, when would Honor 6x be released...