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Sony Xperia M2 vs LG G2 mini vs Motorola Moto G: specs comparison

0. phoneArena posted on 24 Feb 2014, 01:47

When Motorola introduced the Moto G in November last year, we all had no choice but to admit that the Android mid-range had been redefined for good. The value for money ratio has been on a growth path for a long time now, but the Moto G came as of if nowhere, and it wasn't just an awesome value proposition -- it was a great device overall...

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posted on 24 Feb 2014, 02:12 3

1. aayupanday (Posts: 580; Member since: 28 Jun 2012)

Moto G trumps them all IMO due to the price point...

posted on 24 Feb 2014, 02:15 1

2. Zhephyr (Posts: 25; Member since: 24 Feb 2014)

I think the M is better with its 4 inch size.

posted on 24 Feb 2014, 02:37 1

3. LGisgood (Posts: 833; Member since: 23 Jun 2012)

2,330mAh for 4.8" Display....

LG L90 IS BY FAR BETTER...........

2,540 mAh for 4.7"

posted on 24 Feb 2014, 06:49

5. DRO_ID (Posts: 40; Member since: 20 Feb 2014)

You haven't taken into account that the displays are pushing less pixels than the Moto G which also means less for for the same processors which also impacts battery life.

posted on 24 Feb 2014, 12:09

8. cripton805 (Posts: 1485; Member since: 18 Mar 2012)

But 4g is a battery killer.

posted on 24 Feb 2014, 04:48 1

4. renz4 (Posts: 319; Member since: 10 Aug 2013)

hmm this is much better comparison than comparing the G2 mini with HTC one

posted on 24 Feb 2014, 07:02

6. antmiu2 (Posts: 385; Member since: 19 Jun 2011)

i wish the g2 mini had a 720p screen... so the moto g is still better

posted on 24 Feb 2014, 12:07

7. cripton805 (Posts: 1485; Member since: 18 Mar 2012)

The only downside to the moto g is the lack of 4g. Once it gets 4g and a larger battery, nothing can compete.

I got mine at Best Buy for $99 for the boost mobile version. Can they really beat this price?

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