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By sicembaylor, Member on 26th March 2014, 08:46 AM
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I'm about to order my second Moto G (16gb, US GSM) identical to the first one I pre-ordered. Unfortunately, my clumsy ass dropped my unprotected Moto G face first into the concrete cracking the screen. Not the G's fault...my stupid fault. My question is this: My first Moto G was from the first "batch" produced. Are there any minor differences between the first round of Moto G's released and currently shipping G's? Sometimes minor things will be tweaked from batch to batch like the display calibration or even very minor hardware changes from one vendor to another vendor. Just wondering if anything like that has happened that I should be aware of.
 
 
26th March 2014, 12:41 PM |#2  
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Nothing has changed really, you may get Sharp-made screen instead of the usual LG made one, but they both are good, so nothing to worry about.

Moto is using cheaper Hynix-made memory chips on the dual sim versions, instead of the usual Samsung ones which perform way better and less heat output.
Let's hope that these didn't make it to the 1032...

Other than that, everything else should be the same.
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26th March 2014, 04:57 PM |#3  
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Nothing has changed really, you may get Sharp-made screen instead of the usual LG made one, but they both are good, so nothing to worry about.

Moto is using cheaper Hynix-made memory chips on the dual sim versions, instead of the usual Samsung ones which perform way better and less heat output.
Let's hope that these didn't make it to the 1032...

Other than that, everytghing else should be the same.

My dual sim 16 gb says toshiba .....and ram from samsung

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26th March 2014, 06:06 PM |#4  
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My dual sim 16 gb says toshiba .....and ram from samsung

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You seems to have one of the better versions of the XT1033, maybe a whole batch was made, no idea, but certainly there are ones with Hynix RAM chips.
The eMMC is made by Toshiba for all Moto G's that I've seen so far, altho they might have another suppliers for NAND flash storage.
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Originally Posted by liveroy

Nothing has changed really, you may get Sharp-made screen instead of the usual LG made one, but they both are good, so nothing to worry about.

Moto is using cheaper Hynix-made memory chips on the dual sim versions, instead of the usual Samsung ones which perform way better and less heat output.
Let's hope that these didn't make it to the 1032...

Other than that, everything else should be the same.

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My dual sim 16 gb says toshiba .....and ram from samsung

Sent from my XT1033 using Tapatalk

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You seems to have one of the better versions of the XT1033, maybe a whole batch was made, no idea, but certainly there are ones with Hynix RAM chips.
The eMMC is made by Toshiba for all Moto G's that I've seen so far, altho they might have another suppliers for NAND flash storage.



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29th March 2014, 05:35 PM |#6  
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Yes, please. How to check?
29th March 2014, 07:32 PM |#7  
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Yes, please. How to check?

Power off the phone...then press power and volume down together to go into fastboot......on top of fastboot screen you can see ram and internal sd manufacturer name

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Nothing has changed really, you may get Sharp-made screen instead of the usual LG made one, but they both are good, so nothing to worry about.

Moto is using cheaper Hynix-made memory chips on the dual sim versions, instead of the usual Samsung ones which perform way better and less heat output.
Let's hope that these didn't make it to the 1032...

Other than that, everything else should be the same.

Recently bought an XT1032 and has Hynix memory
29th March 2014, 08:19 PM |#9  
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I have MotoG 16gb(black M)
Samsung and sandisk
29th March 2014, 08:22 PM |#10  
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Using dual sim XT1033 here with Samsung DRAM.

Date (production date?) under Fastboot > Barcodes is 06-January-2014
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Power off the phone...then press power and volume down together to go into fastboot......on top of fastboot screen you can see ram and internal sd manufacturer name

I read this like a 'learn to read' message Guess I can always blame the consumerist culture of today. Thanks!

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