Motorola Moto G (3rd Gen) review: the best budget smartphone just got better

All-day battery, 13-megapixel camera and waterproofing make this a great buy – even if it’s a little more expensive

Motorola’s budget Moto G has grown up, but does a better camera, waterproofing and new features justify a more costly price tag?

The original Moto G redefined what a budget smartphone should be, when it launched in 2013. It was the first Android phone under £150 that wasn’t slow and infuriating to use, and it didn’t skimp where it matters.

Pros: solid build, decent camera, good battery life, waterproof, decent screen, microSD card slot

Cons: not as cheap as it used to be, 8GB model only has 1GB of RAM, plastic edging easily damaged

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