Disclosure: I received a Moto G4 Play from Motorola to facilitate this post. All opinions are my own.
I have had the opportunity to try out Motorola products before. In fact I actually had a chance to review the Moto G for my 2015 Holiday Gift Guide. Since then Motorola has kept updating the products, introducing both the Moto G4 and the Moto G4 Play.
I find Motorola phones to be among the best quality products on the market. The cameras are high quality, the Moto G4 Play for example offers a 5MP front facing camera and an 8MP rear facing camera and has the capabilities of recording video in 1080p. For those who love having a ready camera available for quick pictures or video, these features are pretty good in a phone camera and are even comparable to some lower end cameras.
The battery is a 2800 mAh, all day battery that will allow you to use it for extended periods between charging (exact usage will affect the length of charge). I originally was using a different branded phone and while it was useful, it was only when I switched to the Motorola, that I realized just how much better the phones could be.
The phone comes standard with a 16G internal storage with the option adding up to 128G through a microSD card.
Over the years I have used all three major platforms. I tend to find that the Android is the best option. It takes up significantly less room then the windows platform and in a phone that can become a major issue. It also has more versatility as well, with more apps being written for Android then for Windows.
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All day battery