Moto G (2014) Review: A Phone This Cheap Shouldn't Be This Good

You are now entering the world of inexpensive smartphones. You're in the bargain bin, the bottom end, the cheapest of the cheap. Dispense with your expectations of blistering fast processors, pixel-heavy cameras, premium metal bodies, or 2K screens. Also, while you're at it, do away with the notion that "cheap" means… » 9/16/14 10:19am 9/16/14 10:19am

​Moto G Review: The Best Cheap Phone, But Still a Cheap Phone

Cheap smartphones—we mean really cheap, off-contract smartphones—are terrible. They're tormented by horrid, pixilated screens, they're slower than your grandma, and they feel like they're held together by Scotch tape. The $180 (off-contract!) Moto G is none of those things. It definitely has significant shortcomings,… » 12/09/13 1:57pm 12/09/13 1:57pm

The Cheap, (Possibly Awesome) Moto G Is Available Way Early In the US

A few weeks ago, we got our first look at the Motorola Moto G. For $180, you get a solid piece of hardware running Android Jelly Bean with a guaranteed upgrade to KitKat. It wasn't supposed to be available in the United States until early next year, but it's already available fro pre-oder. It ships on December 2nd. » 11/26/13 9:54am 11/26/13 9:54am

Motorola Moto G: $180 (Off Contract!) of Android KitKat Goodness

For all the super-powerful flagship Android handsets out there, the OS gained popularity because it's traditionally been a cheaper alternative to the priciness of Apple's iPhone. With that in mind, here's the Motorola Moto G, a solid Android phone that'll be available off-contract for just $180. » 11/13/13 10:20am 11/13/13 10:20am