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Motorola --> github -->  :wub:

That's one of the reasons I've mentioned the Moto G before. The kernel being uploaded to github with all of the changes being viewable is great.

I wouldn't buy the Moto G 2014 at the moment when the Moto G 4G/LTE 2015 might be due in your area. That'll have dual SIM, 16GB of internal storage and a bigger battery. That's worth waiting for IMO.

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That's one of the reasons I've mentioned the Moto G before. The kernel being uploaded to github with all of the changes being viewable is great.

I wouldn't buy the Moto G 2014 at the moment when the Moto G 4G/LTE 2015 might be due in your area. That'll have dual SIM, 16GB of internal storage and a bigger battery. That's worth waiting for IMO.

I think the same
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That's one of the reasons I've mentioned the Moto G before. The kernel being uploaded to github with all of the changes being viewable is great.

I wouldn't buy the Moto G 2014 at the moment when the Moto G 4G/LTE 2015 might be due in your area. That'll have dual SIM, 16GB of internal storage and a bigger battery. That's worth waiting for IMO.

Hope you will not use LTE

The battery isn't really good with just 3g

I don't think some mha will help

And yes you can clone Motorola kernel and in just a few second you can mod it

And they push other use full stuff too ( f2fs tools , moto system/core and some other stuff )

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Hope you will not use LTE

The battery isn't really good with just 3g

I don't think some mha will help

And yes you can clone Motorola kernel and in just a few second you can mod it

And they push other use full stuff too ( f2fs tools , moto system/core and some other stuff )

LTE/4G when available, but most of the time I'll fall back to 3G.

I've been looking at the OnePlus One too as that's got a great spec. What put's me off though is that it's not got an AOSP version of Android and there's a few reported issues with Cyanogen.

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LTE/4G when available, but most of the time I'll fall back to 3G.

I've been looking at the OnePlus One too as that's got a great spec. What put's me off though is that it's not got an AOSP version of Android and there's a few reported issues with Cyanogen.

Motorola use pure aosp with an addition ( just grab a screenshot )

Of course there are some useful moto apps

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Well but if I buy the Moto G 2014 I know that there are Roms because of Luca [emoji14]

Yea ROMs now there are a lot of ROMs

Aospa , aicp , mokee and other usermade ROMs ( build from source )

*Luca and luk

He helped me a lot

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Next week on thursday I or my father will buy it as already said :-D

Official pacrom is coming

Cm12 too

And other good stuff

The community is growing really fast

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Guest gergospy

Which one would you recommend and why?

 

  • Moto G 2014 8GB Dual Sim
  • Samsung Galaxy S3 Neo 16 GB Single Sim.

 

They're about the same price. I don't use 2 sim.

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Which one would you recommend and why?

  • Moto G 2014 8GB Dual Sim
  • Samsung Galaxy S3 Neo 16 GB Single Sim.

They're about the same price. I don't use 2 sim.

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Moto G 2014 while Luca use this phone ;)

The Galaxy S3 Neo is a normal Galaxy S3 but with more RAM and Kitkat.

I dont know which phone should i buy. Moto G 2014 for 139€ is a good price but what is with a OnePlus One for only 299€?

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Guest juanpablocastillo

Moto G 2014 while Luca use this phone ;)

The Galaxy S3 Neo is a normal Galaxy S3 but with more RAM and Kitkat.

I dont know which phone should i buy. Moto G 2014 for 139€ is a good price but what is with a OnePlus One for only 299€?

Apart of Qualcomm processor instead of Exynos.

Mmm... The two are really good phones for his price, but I will go for Moto G 2014 if I was you. ;).

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Which one would you recommend and why?

  • Moto G 2014 8GB Dual Sim
  • Samsung Galaxy S3 Neo 16 GB Single Sim.

They're about the same price. I don't use 2 sim.

It depends, you want support LagWiz and his horrific aspect? Then go to the S3 Neo.

If not, then go to the Moto G 2014. ;).

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Apart of Qualcomm processor instead of Exynos.

Mmm... The two are really good phones for his price, but I will go for Moto G 2014 if I was you. ;).

S3 neo(199€),Screenshot_2014-06-23-13-59-06-170x303.p

Moto g 2014(139€) AndroidPIT-Moto-G-2014-AnTuTu-dual-SIM.j

My phone(95€..MTK...i may not have Roms..but performance!!!!!!!) ThL-T6-Pro-AnTuTu.jpg

I personally do near 28k...but idk why my antutu is crashing now

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S3 neo(199€),Screenshot_2014-06-23-13-59-06-170x303.p

Moto g 2014(139€) AndroidPIT-Moto-G-2014-AnTuTu-dual-SIM.j

My phone(95€..MTK...i may not have Roms..but performance!!!!!!!) ThL-T6-Pro-AnTuTu.jpg

I personally do near 28k...but idk why my antutu is crashing now

You can compile yourself.

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