Moto G 4thGen Performance Review 2016
Motorola has made a smart entry in the realm of smartphones. Ever since it launched the Moto Gen series, there has been a constant addition to the spectrum after every 10 months. The most awaited Moto Gen in 2016 is the Moto 4th Gen. The phone is said to have the most remarkable set of specs along with being pocket friendly. So without any further delay, let’s take a sneak peek into Moto 4th Gen.
Moto G 4thGen Display and Picture quality
Motorola has been working hard to offer some of the best picture quality in its segment. This is why the existing screen size of 5 inches in Moto G 3rd Gen has been replace by a larger screen size which will be close to 5.2 inches. Additionally, the pixel density of the phone would be closer to 500ppi. With a bigger screen and a decent ppi, the phone will easily offer a resolution of 1080p. To put icing on the cake, Corning Gorilla 4 would be used so that the screen remains dust proof and free from scratches.
Processor and RAM
The Motorola 4th GEN is expected to run on the same Snapdragon 430 chipset, which is slightly improved as compared to Snapdragon 410 chipset as used in Moto 3rd GEN. The contribution of RAM will stay stagnant at 2 GB and the overall performance would be boosted with the aid of Adreno 505 GPU.
The given specs simply hints towards development of a powerful device which is tailor-made to handle multiple applications and run flawlessly even under continuous usage.
It has become a routine for smartphones to offer better camera with every launch. Previously, Moto G 3rd GEN had a 13 MP primary camera and a 5 MP front camera. The same would now be revised to a 16 MP primary camera and an 8 MP camera. The front camera may have LED flash to support clear selfies even under low light. The front camera would also be sufficient to take videos at 1080p along with the option to minimize resolution.
The ultimate concern for every smartphone user is to check for the battery backup and its charging capacity. The Moto 4th GEN comes with a 2470 mAh battery, which is non-movable in nature. The power consumption has been relieved as the new processor absorbs low power and offers a quick charge facility. Quick Charge 3.0 will enable the phone to get charged upto 80% within a matter of 35 minutes. The same was previously 60% in 30 minutes.
Price and Review
The final consideration is the price of Moto G 4th GEN. As per estimates, the MOTO G 4th GEN is expected to be priced around US $200. For a phone with such features, it is a good deal to have Moto G 4th GEN at such low price. Additionally, sources also suggest that that MOTO G 4th GEN may also support finger print sensor, but the same has not been confirmed by Motorola yet.