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Is the moto g good enough for my needs?

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9th March 2014, 05:08 AM   |  #21  
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OK i know I'm getting really annoying but how is the moto g for people with large hands? I have a really large hand, and the mobile store is like an hour away and I'm tacky busy atm
Thanks! Abs dirty fit the inconvenience

I had an optimus vu
It had a 4:3 length x breadth ratio

So it was basically huge....
I have adapted very well....The roundness in the back feels awesome....

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I find the scrolling in app like Facebook is even better than note 3. But the camera is really lousy even comparing to iPhone 4. So think twice if you take a lot of photos with your phone.

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I think camera is okay as long as you have good light source.
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The specs are great on paper. It will work nearly anywhere in the world. The price was high compared to other phones, but the specs make up for it; everything is expensive in AU. I got it cheaper as an import, but warranty is through the OS company. It's selling for ~$320 here in some places for my model, although you might be able to talk them down a bit.

The camera is disappointing. Take some pics of the sky and landscape and you can see the exposure all over the place--a halo around dark objects. Don't buy it for the camera.

Everything else is quite good, except support isn't quite there. Maybe google cutbacks before the sale?

The original accessories haven't been released in AU yet, you can only buy the phone. We're always last in line and I know they will be expensive. The flip case is on eBay for just under $40! I want the grip shell or something like it, maybe the Amzer pudding case. The back covers are extortionate for a piece of plastic.
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