Monday, 21 August 2017

Motorola Moto M With 3GB RAM, 32GB memory Best Phone Under 14,000 Rupes

Moto (formerly Motorola) has been quite a successful brand with its various traces of apparatus in the E, G, Z and X (now discontinued) series. While Moto devices have generally been targetted in the mid-range section, except that the X series and the Z series, the focus was offering value for money telephones. But it looks like Moto does not wish to be limited to these three alphabets. This is best Phone if you have budget of 14,000 rupees

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Construct and Design

Moto M is the first Moto smartphone to come with a complete metal body design. Up to now we have seen Moto devices with a plastic rear or a glass back or a mix of both (such as we watched the Moto Z).
Moto M houses a MediaTek P15 chipset that is includes an octa-core processor clocked at 2.2GHz. Currently there are two variations in which the Moto M will probably come -- one comes with 3GB RAM + 32GB inner storage and another includes 4GB RAM + 64GB internal storage. Both the variants allow you to expand the storage by means of a microSD card for up to 128GB.

OS and Software

If there is one thing which has endeared the Moto new to plenty of users, then it is the fact that the phones come with a fresh Android OS which is near stock. The Moto M Includes Android 6.0 Marshmallow OS onboard. Surprisingly, I did not find the Moto apps like Moto Assist, Moto Help but Microsoft apps such as Excel, OneNote, Word and so Forth. Also there was not any mention of this Moto gesture features while the telephone was being announced.



Camera

On the camera , you receive a 16MP rear camera using an f/2.0 aperture, phase-detect AF, double tone flash unit, auto HDR and more. The front-camera has an 8MP sensor with beautification style for selfies. The camera interface is a little improved over the ones we've seen with the G and Z series mobiles. It seems more on the traces of the interfaces we have seen with all the Vibe UI on Lenovo phones. The HDR mode is on by default, something which is becoming increasingly prevalent in Android tablets. It's capable of shooting total HD videos as well.



Plus Point of Motorola Moto M:


Good looking design, premium look and feel

Sturdy, splash resistant

Decent display - high contrast and decent sunlight legibility

Almost stock Android build keeps things nice and simple

Good performance in daily use - though underpowered in the graphics department

Good loudspeaker

Clean audio output

Good front-facing 8MP cam - produces great selfies - detailed, and with pleasing skin tones

Decent battery life

Negative Point of  Motorola Moto M



Average rear camera - color reproduction, dynamic range and exposure could have been better

1080p video recording from either camera is also uninspiring


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