The Moto M, which is one of the best built smartphones in its class is now getting a price cut. It comes with a solid full metal unibody design, a large screen plus a great sounding loud speaker with Dolby Atmos audio enhancement.
It’s not often that budget smartphones get Android version updates. Most of the time you’re stuck with whatever version of Android your smartphone shipped with until the end of time and that sucks.
Luckily the Moto M isn’t suffering the same fate as Moto just rolled out Android Nougat for this sub RM1,200 smartphone. Here are a few things you should know about this update.
Watching videos on your phone is a pretty great. Unlike a massive TV, a tethered desktop or even a laptop, you can bring your smartphone (almost) literally everywhere you go. Walking down the stairs? Phone in hand. Eating? Phone in hand. Relieving yourself at the defecation station? Phone. In. Hand.
It’s uncanny how useful this handheld pocket computer is. But the problem is that a lot of the phones which come with the specs you’d want for a good video viewing experience live at the high end of the market.
Well, until now, that is. Meet the Moto M, probably the best budget phone you can get for content consumption.
UPDATE: We’ve updated the guide! Now there are four brand new smartphones for you to choose from.
It’s that time of the year again. Although a whole host of new smartphones have been launched, a lot of the conversation is about the smartphones at the top end of the market. “What about those on a tight budget?”, you must be wondering, “Do tech sites even care about those of us who can’t spend a month’s salary on a device?”, you’re probably thinking.
Well, we care. So, here are some of the best phones you can get for under RM1,200.
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Budget smartphones are a dime a dozen. You can find all sorts of devices at all sorts of price points but most of these devices all have something in common — there’s no mistaking the fact that they’re cheap.
That’s because most of these handsets focus all their efforts into on-paper specs and then abandon crucial features that actually make a smartphone enjoyable to use, comfortable to hold and effective as a daily driver.
If you’ve felt that way about budget smartphones thus far, Moto Malaysia has some good news for you. Meet the Moto M, a seriously good value smartphone that doesn’t skimp on the important bits.