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Motorola Moto G6 (32GB, 3GB RAM) Dual SIM 5.7" 4G LTE (GSM Only) Factory Unlocked Smartphone International Model XT1925-2 (Deep Indigo)
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- HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1900 / 2100 - LTE band 1(2100), 3(1800), 4(1700/2100), 5(850), 7(2600), 8(900), 12(700), 13(700), 17(700), 20(800), 25(1900), 26(850), 28(700), 29(700), 30(2300), 38(2600), 41(2500), 66(1700/2100) - Dual SIM (Nano-SIM, dual stand-by)
- 32 GB, 3 GB RAM - microSD, up to 256 GB - 12 MP & 5 MP dual rear cameras, f/1.8 aperture - USB - C, 3.5 mm headphone jack
- 5.7 inches Full HD+, 1080p IPS Corning Gorilla Glass 3 - Non-removable Li-Ion 3000 mAh battery
- Android 8.0, Oreo - Keep it moving with a 1.8 GHz octa-core processor and 4G speed.
- International model phone, will not have US warranty. Factory Unlocked cellphones are compatible with most of the GSM carriers such as AT&T and T-Mobile, but are not compatible with CDMA carriers such as Verizon and Sprint.
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Big BUT---there are major audio issues with this phone. (Google: "Moto g6 audio issues" and you will see what I am talking about.) The audio speaker quick working on mine about 3 months after I bought it. Factory reset did not work as it appears to be a hardware issue. I contacted Motorolla and they were ready to replace it...BUT (big BUT)...there is no warranty on this model from this particular seller!! DO NOT BUY THIS PHONE FROM THIS SELLER as they sell without a warranty and given the number of people having issues with the G6, you may waste $250 like I did. Learn from my mistake!
- Very solid build quality. It doesn't feel super premium the way a Galaxy or iPhone does, but it feels high end and looks great.
- The camera is much improved from the Moto G4. Practically speaking this is the biggest improvement in the phone. The camera no longer feels low-end. The new camera features like spot color work easily. The main weakness of previous MotoG phones have been addressed.
- Performance is very good. No lag, everything is responsive.
- Screen looks great.
- The screen size is narrower than before. This is not an improvement IMO and does take a bit of an adjustment. But after a day or two, it's irrelevant.
- As in the past, the Moto gestures are super handy. These are simple and immediately useful.
- The fingerprint scanner and facial recognition work without a hitch.
- USB-C is very nice to have, and fast charging is appreciated. A standard headphone jack is nice to have too.
- Motorola continues to run a clean version of Android with only a couple Moto utilities added on. This is far better than most other manufacturers like Samsung.
- The biggest negative is the back of the phone. Yes, it looks nice. But it's glass, which is pointless and a liability. And the back has curved edges that are so smooth the phone is easy to slip through your hand. Thankfully both of these things are handled but getting a case for the phone.
- I read that people don't like how Motorola doesn't promise more than one updated Android version. If this is important to you, you pretty much have to spend 2 or 3 times what this device costs. This seems a minor complaint IMO. You will get a solid 18-36 months out of this phone before you start to feel ready for something new and improved.
Amazon only covers the phone for 60 days and of course 70 days later is when the problems started.
Motorola/Lenovo isn't much help either. After registering the device with them it is supposedly covered for warranty replacement until June of 2020 however because the third party reseller on Amazon is not a Motorola approved seller they will not stand behind their warranty.
Here is the update from Motorola:
"We have reviewed your Proof of Purchase and I apologize but your device was not purchased from one of Motorola's authorized reseller. Please contact your original reseller or return to the point of purchase for warranty assistance with this device. Your device was bought through Amazon from a third party seller, Please get it touch with this seller for further help with your device."
So essentially Motorola knows their product is trash and will not stand behind their own warranty. Congratulations on redirecting me back to Nokia.
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The software update notifications all appear in spanish. The settings/system/system updates screen is also in spanish. There are no settings to change this to english. Also, the software updates are really slow to download (in canada) (several minutes for downloading 200MB on a known fast network and you have to do several updates to get the device current once you turn it on.)
I have contacted motorola support and they have informed me that this phone is originally from the cayman islands after I provided them the IMEI information. They also notified me that I will not have a waranty for this device.
I am very disappointed as I believed this to be a factory unlocked phone in which i would receive proper support.
After buying this phone from amazon I feel like I have been somewhat scammed into believing the product was something that it is not so buyer beware.
I'm unsure as to whether motorola has made their G line more of midrange phones over being budget or if this is a natural technological progression. I would likely suggest getting the G5 as it's still very capable and modestly priced.
That all being said, the phone arrived promptly with no issues. Came with little booklets in Spanish but the internals are in English. The third picture in this product listing is of the G6 Play and so is inaccurate to the product on sale - Please edit!
I recently had a Samsung Note 8 and the size was just way too big for me. I've since downgraded to the Moto G 6. Yes, there is a big difference in camera quality, but the camera on this is still very good and clear.
Long story short, I don't regret switching out the Note 8 for this phone at all.
Incredible value for the cost! Very happy customer!
After about 4 months, the battery life of this otherwise great phone started to diminish at a shocking rate. I tried everything (reducing screen brightness, disabling apps etc. etc.). I could barely get through to mid-afternoon with light use (texting, emailing) after charging 100% overnight. Basically the phone became useless. I contacted the seller and after trying their suggestions, which included Motorola's battery re-calibration technique (re-calibrating a Li-Ion battery - really!!), with no improvement. So I packed it up like Fort Knox (remember this part) and sent it off with the courier of their choosing. Upon it's arrival at the seller, I was informed that my phone was physically damaged and therefore the warranty was voided! They also sent me a picture of my phone cracked open like a clamshell (see picture attached). No explanation from them about the condition of the shipping box or any circumstances surrounding this. I never dropped it, misused it or immersed it in liquid. It was in a case with a screen protector applied from day one. They told me that if I wanted it back, I had a couple of weeks to send them a prepaid shipping label otherwise it goes off for recycling. Long story short, I got Amazon customer service involved and after a quick review of the situation, they gave me a full refund even though the return window had expired. Lesson learned: a lot of these phones sold by other sellers are made for international markets. They usually work with Canadian cell carriers no problem but often only have the seller's warranty (not the manufacturer's), if it even comes with a warranty at all. Research carefully before you take the plunge.
Looks, feels and operates much like a "flagship" phone. Gives my wife's $800 Galaxy S8 a run for its money. Was brand-spanking new and set up perfectly with Koodo right out of the box. It is fast, takes very good pictures, battery life is reasonable and screen is top notch. A great phone for the money. Completely satisfied. Why pay more?
Device will NOT upgrade to Android 8.1, it is at 8.0 and Motorola says it has a plan to upgrade to 9.0 but has no fixed date when this will happen
I would have appreciated they do upgrade to 8.1 immediately.
Not the best, not the worst but worth it for the price.
I love the 16:9 screen size, minimal "chin", front-facing fingerprint sensor, water resistance, USB C, an actual headphone jack, and to top it all off the camera is great - the attached photo uses the dual lens "Portrait" mode to blur the background and change the point of focus later.
Battery life is quite long for how I use it - casual surfing, podcasts, emails, etc. Full days of use and still haven't crossed 60% juice remaining.
Only negative so far is that the camera pops out quite a bit from the body, so you will likely enjoy it better with a case (I liked going sans-case usually but I'm crazy like that).
Taking pictures is fun. Just shake the phone at any time and camera comes on.
Could have a better picture editing options.
I can open large files and fast - good processor.
Overall I am happy with the purchase.
They say: battery rapid charge if below 74%. It is true,
but not as rapid as I imagined. Takes over one hour to get to 97% from 54%.
Still better that most of the cells I owned in the past.
I've always been a tier one phone user but am just over spending $1,000 for a phone.
For the most part I don't miss them. This phone performs well, including good speed on accessing the internet and I have had no problems using the dual sim card slots.
There is a known wiifi issue for this line of phones that is unresolved by the manufactuer. I found a fix online, but remain unsure if I am getting the best performance.
Also I wish this phone had NFC as it seems to essential in the areas I use it in. The phone is usable and it meets my needs but I unlikely to replace it with a newer version unless the manufacturer plays a more active role in resolving the wifi issue.
Note: The version I bought from JP Mobile was a Spanish international version like some of the Q&A posts mentioned. Some users commented that there were still some system functions running in Spanish, but I haven't seen it. The only function stuck in Spanish is the patch notes for updates, which is not essential and not part of the phone's OS, it's just an OTA write up to accompany the patch. The entire phone runs perfectly fine in English, and also runs very well on Telus.
10/10 for delivering a solid mid range experience at a low range price point. Would buy again.