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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by DealerMan, Mar 24, 2020.

  1. DealerMan

    DealerMan Well-Known Member
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    I have a G6 which I bought used. It's been a great phone, but I'm wondering what others here may be contemplating for an upgrade. I'm not worried about rooting/etc., as long as everything works without exhibiting strange behavior. I'd like to stick with Moto, since their price/performance ratio is good for me (used is fine as well). Thanks for any recommendations.
     



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  2. DealerMan

    DealerMan Well-Known Member
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    Thanks Danny. It looks like a reasonable path, the screen is just a bit bigger also. Hopefully it's just as reliable.
     
  3. Dannydet

    Dannydet Extreme Android User

    I've been using Motorola G7 for a few months now and nothing but praise. Runs like a charm and long battery life between charges
     
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  4. Deleted User

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    Moto G8 Plus (better cameras, out longer though) vs Moto G8 Power (5000 mah, no NFC) or Motorola One Hyper. Some are renamed (G Power? ) or may not be available in some markets outside UK.

    Nokia have some good current and upcoming models. I went from two Moto's to a Nokia 7 Plus which has been awesome for me, but I may have to replace it after a few cloth with hot water wipes caused some charging glitches!
    Nokia 8.3 5G will be good high end value in the summer, again market dependent I guess, and the 5.3 will be a decent mid ranger dependent on price.
     
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  5. DealerMan

    DealerMan Well-Known Member
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    I'll sure look at what the G8 has to offer. If used pricing isn't a big difference between it and the G7, I'll look at both in depth.
    Many thanks for the info!
     
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  6. Deleted User

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    Just to clarify a murky situation: here in the UK and some other markets, the Moto G8 Plus came out first, though Motorola seem to be also moving to Motorola One models (Hyper, Zoom - with OLED, Action, Macro and Vision!),

    but the Moto G8 Power with the extra size battery and newer style pin hole selfie is now on sale at £20 less than the Plus, - the One Hyper £30 more ....

    However there is now a Motorola G8 (just G8) not yet priced but on the UK site, with the same SD665 but not a FHD+ display.

    I see you're in Texas and I cannot bring up the US site. I just remember a reviewer here saying the naming structure and availability on some models will be different.
     
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  7. DealerMan

    DealerMan Well-Known Member
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    Like my Dad used to say: It's better to have it, and not need it, than need it, and not have it. Luckily, I don't live on my phone, so battery life is not quite as important for me as it would be for others. The one thing about batteries themselves is finding a phone that has a removable one. But then again, that's not high on my list either.
     
  8. Deleted User

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    I agree. 5000 mah batteries are handy but not necessary for most people's daily use.

    The G8 Plus has a 4000 mah battery, which is more than good enough imv. My Nokia 7 Plus has a 3800 mah and battery life is stellar with the now ancient but great performing Qualcomm SD660. The SD665 should be more efficient still but that may depend on a lot of things. I'm not going back to my previous 3000 mah battery size unless I have to, but I would expect better efficiency anyway, especially if I had to get a cheaper model with a 720p display.
     

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The Moto G(6) release date was April 2018. Features and Specs include a 5.7" inch screen, 12MP camera, 3/4GB RAM, Snapdragon 450 processor, and 3000mAh battery.

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