1Lenovo Moto G5 Plus Handset Delivers Strong Features for the Price
With the iPhone and Samsung’s Galaxy S line dominating the smartphone market, it’s easy to get the idea that people need to spend nearly $1,000 on a handset just to get reasonably good mobile experience. But the Moto G5 Plus tries to buck that trend with a $230 price tag and a host of strong features. For that price, users will get a processor that can still handle most resource-intensive tasks and ample storage for photos and videos. The handset also comes with features traditionally reserved for high-end devices, like a surprisingly powerful camera and a fast-charging battery. The Moto G5 Plus is arguably the best example so far this year of a smartphone that attracts mobile shoppers without breaking their budgets.
2Moto G5 Has a Reasonable Processor for the Price
3Design Doesn’t Look Cheap
4Camera Features Are Impressive
5It Has a Strong Battery With Rapid Charging
6Data Storage Is Adequate
7Gorilla Glass Protects 5.2-Inch Screen
8It Runs Android Nougat
9Lenovo Ships the Moto G5 Plus Unlocked
10Moto G5 Plus Supports Hand Gestures
Motorola is offering “Experiences” with the Moto G5 Plus, including a fingerprint sensor to lock and unlock the handset and a feature that enables users to interact with the device through certain gestures. There’s also a feature called Moto Display where users can get a “quick preview” of the notifications they care about. Users can also interact with the device using other gestures, like turning their wrists or using a “chopping” motion, to access different apps and features.
11The Price Is Aggressively Low
At $230, the price could be the Moto G5 Plus’ best feature. Those wanting 64GB of storage will pay just $300. The device is available now for pre-order and will ship in the last week of March.