Motorola has done something which we did not expect from the brand. They have dropped the prices of one of their most popular phones in India by a drastic Rs. 2000. This is a limited time discount and the phone is being sold exclusively on Flipkart only. When it was launched in India, Moto G was a path-breaking value offering with a HD display and quad core snapdragon processor in the price segment. At that time, no phone was even close to it in terms of value-for-money in the India market. However, after the Moto G, we saw a slew of phones at similar or better performance specifications launched by many other brands. Some of these include the Oplus Xonphone 5, Xiaomi Redmi Note (yet to go on sale), Asus Zenphone 5, Xolo Q1200 to name a few.
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LG launched its G3 flagship smartphone in India this week, two months after its international debut. Inheriting design elements from the G2, such as its thin screen bezels and rear-mounted power and volume buttons, the G3 is distinguished primarily by being the first smartphone from a major manufacturer to incorporate a quad HD (1440p) display and a laser auto focus system for its camera module. Apart from these unique (and functional) features, the G3 leaves no stone unturned when it comes to specifications. The G3 launched in India with a price tag of Rs. 49,990 (MOP) which isn’t a surprise considering the fact that all flagship devices launched in 2014 cost north of Rs. 45000. From our first impressions, we can say that its PROs can easily outweigh its CONs. Let us take a detailed look why you should and shouldn’t buy the LG G3.
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