- Weight: 8 ounces
Motorola MOTO G XT1033 8GB Unlocked GSM Dual-SIM Quad-Core Smartphone - Black
- GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 (SIM 1 & SIM 2), 3G Network: HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1900 / 2100
- 4.5" IPS LCD Capacitive Multi-Touchscreen w/ Protective Corning Gorilla Glass 3
- Android v4.3 Jelly Bean (upgradable), Quad-Core 1.2 GHz Cortex-A7 Processor, Chipset: Qualcomm MSM8226 Snapdragon 4, Adreno 305 Graphics
- 5 Megapixel Camera (2592 x 1944 pixels) w/ Autofocus, LED Flash + Front-Facing 1.3 Megapixel Camera + Video
- Internal Memory: 8GB, 1GB RAM
- Unlocked cell phones are compatible with GSM carriers like AT&T and T-Mobile as well as with GSM SIM cards (e.g. H20, Straight Talk, and select prepaid carriers). Unlocked cell phones will not work with CDMA Carriers like Sprint, Verizon, Boost or Virgin.
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Top Customer Reviews
Description for the bands the phone works on are WRONG! It DOES NOT work on 1700/2100 which is necessary for WIND Mobile in Canada.
A beautiful phone for someone else but this seller did not check carefully enough what bands this dual sim phone worked on. There are several versions of the Moto G. One sim phones, two sim phones and even different networks that
they work on. The third-party reseller claims he cannot change the description which seems silly to me. He should have asked Amazon to change it then.
Reseller finally refunded my money and shipping although it was like pulling teeth to get it done.
The software is excellent, it has been updated to 4.4.4 KitKat a few days ago, it is as of now the bleeding edge of the Android software version.
I keep the location on (with the new Android version the GPS is switched on only when requested by an app), wifi on, 3G on , two active SIMs and it lasts all day with medium usage.
All the apps so far work great with this phone. It is speedy (I've had a Samsung Galaxy II, a Sony Z Ultra, a Sony M dual, a Galaxy Note II) and this one has the best features, the screen is excellent , great viewing and brilliant. The screen area is almost all the phone front which is quite nice, since the mobile is not too big but the screen is nicely sized.
The phone worked perfectly in USA using T-mobile and AT&T SIM cards, worked in Brazil with OI, TIM, VIVO and Claro. All operators in the country.
The bands are 850/900/1900/2100 for 3G, It is not going to work with 1700 operators (which are in Canada, Chile, USA and a few others), but data still works in the other bands. T-mobile in US is said to use 1700 but worked perfectly with this phone in Florida to my surprise, maybe their 2G network is top quality. Speeds were nice.
The phone can use only one data connection at a given time. You can choose any of the two SIMs for data usage, but they can not be both active for data at the same time. Calls can be taken or made from any SIM at any time.
Motorola has upgraded the dialing software with some smart capabilities.Read more ›
The reason I gave only 4 starts is not because of that, though. The phone came with an charger that has a "Type G" plug (the type British use), so you need an adapter to charge it whether you are using it in USA or many parts of Asia. I wish this was mentioned in the product details so I could have ordered an adapter also at the same time from Amazon and saved myself the hassle of having to go get one.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Excellent phone for my purposes. Now coming down in price so you might want to wait to purchase. I paid 159 and they are now closer to 100. Read morePublished 9 months ago by HR BRACK
Cool phone. A friend recommended this phone and i love the fact that it's dual sim.Published 10 months ago by Gbenga Sogbetun
This is the best android phone in its price category. Every thing runs fast. The double SIM function is perfect. The OS works perfectly with both SIMs. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Juan Manuel Ordóñez
I think that features, quality, functionality and cost have pretty much been covered for this phone, I am going to focus on the impact for me of the lack of 1700/2100AWS support on... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Ryan M. Headley