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Blu life play vs Motorola moto G

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  1. parbosz

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    Help me choose between these two devices!!

    Blu life play:-

    bigger screen
    Has sd card
    dual sim
    Better camera


    Both:- Same quadcore processor. same kind of-ish price. 720p display

    Moto G:-

    Android 4.4 kitkat
    Slightly better screen [ppi]
    Better Battery

    So which one would you buy and which one should i buy ??
     

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    Very tough situation you in we can't tell you that I would look at how deep I have to dig and ask myself will I be in the doghouse u know the girl or wife may not like it . but I would go with the moto g . I heard to much about blu mobile software and I will say 100 times out of 101 I never seen roms or custom roms for this device . so if your a experimental person I think the moto g is your best bet. But no SD card NO PROBLEM. Just get dropbox and box app and a Google cloud. And bam u are done . Moto g I think
     
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    What do you need the storage for - apps or media? I ask because with current Android software an SD card can only be used for media storage. So the Blu gives you more space for music and videos, but for apps and data the 16GB version of the Moto G will have more space (according to GSMArena the Blu has 4GB of app/data storage).

    Also, when you say "better camera" have you compared samples, or are you just counting MPix? Lens, sensor quality and software all affect image quality, so I never assume that more pixels means a better camera.
     
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    I would use the storage apps such as box for my photos and music thats just my personal touch and use the code to lock out so if u drop your moto g dam u never have to worry about important photo being seen cause when they wipe that device that box app is gone . but last I looked moto g had 16 and 32 GB with no internal storage with 50 GB from box dam u the man
     
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    Moto G comes with 8 & 16GB for apps/data and 50GB from Google Drive, to my knowledge anyway!
     
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    Thread moved to sub-forum where device comparisons are discussed.

    I recommend that you handle them both. I think that when you pick up the one that is right for you you will know within 10 seconds.

    If it isn't obvious to you after 10 seconds I suggest that you don't buy either.

    This thing is going to be in your hand A LOT for the next two years.

    ... Thom
     
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