Seriously affordable phone that packs the specsKey features:
- 5.5-inch 1080p display
- 13-megapixel camera
- microSD card slot
- Android 6.0.1
The Lenovo owned Motorola has done it again. The original Moto G kicked off the start of truly great budget phones, and the latest iteration – the Moto G4 – takes it to another level. For £169, you get a great 1080p 5.5-inch display and plenty of power from the Snapdragon 617 CPU and 2GB RAM. For the price, there isn't much that competes.
There's 16GB storage as standard, though a 32GB option is available, and this can be expanded through microSD. On the back you'll find a very impressive 13MP camera and a 5MP version on the front for selfies. The actual camera app has been given a vast improvement too, with a nice set of manual features and a sleek look. Actually, software on the whole is fantastic here; probably because it's just stock Android 6.0.1 with a couple of Moto tweaks. The 3,000 mAh battery is hefty and will get you through a whole day.
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At time of review the Moto G4 was available for £169.