Moto G Turbo Edition: 5 Best And 5 Worst Features Of The Smartphone

Motorola has launched its new edition of their popular smartphone lineup, the Moto G Turbo Edition in India.

The company has added the Turbo Edition to its Motorola Moto G series of mid-range smartphones. Motorola has launched the Moto G Turbo Edition in Mexico last month, which essentially is the third-generation variant of the Motorola Moto G but with some updated specifications and features. Read the first impressions of the Moto G Turbo Edition.

The Moto G Turbo Edition is available in two variants - Black with DeepSea Blue back and White with Slate back, exclusively on Flipkart starting at Rs.14,499.

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We came up with a list of best and worst features of the Moto G Turbo Edition. Take a look at the slider below to know more about the company's latest offering.

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The Best:

The Moto G Turbo Edition comes with a bigger 5 inch HD display at 1280x720 pixels resolution. The best part of the display is it comes with Corning Gorilla Glass protection. The display is quite crisp and had a reasonably sharp experience.

The Best:

The handset comes with 2GB of RAM, which is actually a great deal in this price segment. The 2GB of RAM makes the smartphone to run smoothly and manages every apps and multitasking.

The Best:

The Moto G Turbo Edition comes with IPX7 certification, that means the smartphone can survive up to 3 feet underwater for 30 minutes and still works properly.

The Best:

The Moto G Turbo Edition flaunts a 13 megapixel rear camera with dual-tone LED flash, IR filter, 1080p video recording and a 5 megapixel front-facing camera. The camera hardware is same as the Moto G 3rd Generation.

The Best:

As the name suggest, the smartphone features a turbo charging. It is packed with a 2,470mAh battery which supports Motorola's Turbo charging technology for instant charging of battery.

The Worst:

The smartphone comes with bigger 5 inch HD display and only has 294ppi. While, the low density of pixel per inch is not the best option for watching videos or playing games. However, instead of making the smartphone water resistance, Motorola could have shipped the device with Full-HD display.

The Worst:

The smartphone feel comfortable in hand, but feels bulky. It measures 11.6mm at the thickness, which means the smartphone is more thicker than compared to other smartphones in the market. The smartphone also weigh heavy at 155 grams.

The Worst:

Smartphone are getting popular with LED notifications, which allows user to know any incoming notification through the LED light. The Moto G Turbo Edition doesn't feature the LED Notification.

The Worst:

We have seen many Android smartphones in the market that features a non-removable battery. But with the non-removable battery, users will not have freedom to fix their own battery problem.

The Worst:

There is no temperature sensor, no barometer and no gravity sensor in the Moto G Turbo Edition.

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