- Size (LWH): 2.6 inches, 0.46 inches, 5.1 inches
- Weight: 4.96 ounces
Moto G - Verizon Prepaid Phone (Verizon Prepaid Only)
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- 4.5 inch 720p HD TFT display
- Quad-core 1.2GHz processor with 450MHz graphics processor
- UMTS HSPA+, CDMA EVDO Rev A
- 5MP rear camera, plus front facing camera, 8GB Internal Memory
- Prepaid phones cannot be migrated to postpay accounts until after six months of prepaid service
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|Camera Description||5 MP||5MP||3 MP||13 13 MP Front Facing/5 MP Rear Facing CameraMP|
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|Product Site Launch Date||Mon Jan 06 08:00:01 UTC 2014||Sat May 10 07:00:01 UTC 2014||Thu Jul 10 20:29:24 UTC 2014||Wed Oct 01 07:00:01 UTC 2014|
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Top Customer Reviews
Since Google owns Motorola you're able to get this phone at a great price AND has a guaranteed update to KitKat! The ONLY downside is the 8GB storage and no microSD slot. Personally, I am not a heavy app user or gamer and I transfer my photos to my laptop often as well as switch out my music. If 8GB isn't enough room the phone also comes with 50GB of Google drive storage free for two years.
This phone truley is "The phone for the rest of us"!
As other reviews say, it can't be beat for $99. The 4.5" form factor is noticably smaller than say the Nexus 5 and Galaxy S3/4, 720P screen is nice, and I also was able to upgrade to Kit Kat 4.4.2 OTA over WiFi. The music player also sounds great.
One disturbing note is that leaving it without mobile service and WiFi connected overnight it drained the battery to zero. Putting the device in airplane mode and only turning on WiFi seems to have fixed that - it drained from 100% to 63% overnight with those settings.
I have been a Verizon pre-paid customer for many years and now I almost want to thank them for making this phone available. Not going to thank Verizon though I will continue paying them $60 per month to use this cool phone on their very good network.
3G only, no micro-SD card slot, feels a bit slippery in my hand especially the back.
I have owned this phone for 10 months now and have important news to share! Verizon has a new plan which is $45 month with auto-pay and 1 gig data included, unlimited talk ,text. As I am not a heavy data user, I am thrilled. You still get Verizon coverage which is important for me. Verizon pre-paid site is hard to use but worth the hassle.
As far as the phone has performed I am completley happy. Moto G has a really good reputation. I have found the sound quality is only OK.
My purpose in updating my review today is: I had to release my hold on the phone while riding my bike. I was in a storm drain at the time so there was no traffic. The phone flew forward and hit HARD the corner of the phone on concrete. Due to my jungle cat like reflexes I avoided running over it with my bicycle. The first thing I thought was my Amazon review and how I could buy another one.Read more ›
Unless you're entering a contract with a bunch of people, you are going to pay at least 70$ USD per month (depending on carrier, for Verizon you have to pay 40 per month per smartphone and 50 per month for the individual BASE service plan [500 MB cap]) and is just not a good value, unless you HAVE to have the latest smartphone with the best features, such as the beautiful Galaxy Note 3 or the Samsung Galaxy S5. My TOTAL plan cost for this phone with Verizon is 45$ per month flat, and I get unlimited TALK and TEXT, with 500MB of data - AT+T has a similar no contract plan available, and I'm assuming other carriers have close to this per month cost as well.
I did a lot of research into what might be good values for no-contract and prepaid phones, and it basically came between this phone (99$ but locked to Verizon), the unlocked version of this phone (199$), the unlocked Galaxy S3 (199$), the iPhone 4 (199$) and the goofy knock-off-Windows Nokia Lumia 520 and 521 (54.99, AT+T// 69.99, T-Mobile). I won't go into the pros/cons of each phone, but this phone had significant points that bought me over.
Snappy Dual-Core processor, perfect for flipping between tasks, opening word documents, browsing the web.. and my favorite, running GameBoy Advance emulators - something you can't do on IPhones (IOS) or windows phones (Nokia Lumia series).
8GB of Flash Storage - plenty, to be honest. Remember, you're buying a Smartphone!Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
For me, this was the best phone. The battery started to weaken & needed a bigger screen.Published 4 days ago by Kathleen
I read some previous reviews and interestingly no one has mentioned that this phone locks itself when the battery runs very low. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Jian Yin
This phone is amazing I put it under water for about 30 min and I pulled it out dried it off and it still works perfectly. Read morePublished 8 days ago by zeb reneau
I really wish Amazon would post detailed information about the phone. I have no idea What Android version it is. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Artie