Lenovo Moto G4 Plus review
With a spruced up camera and fingerprint scanner, is this the G4 to get?
Since 2013, the Moto G has been a good name to head right to if you’re after a budget phone. If you have £150 to spend, it’s a good idea to put thoughts of glitzy Samsung and Apple phones out of your mind.
Things just got complicated, though. There are now three Moto Gs. Three. And that doesn’t even include the dozens of ways you can customise the things. We’re looking at the daddy of the bunch, the Moto G4 Plus.
This is the jazzy version of the Moto G4. More features, more megapixels, and a price that edges over £200. Is it worth it? For a whole bunch of you, yes.
Slimmed down for 2016
The Moto G4 Plus looks and feels much like the normal G4, though. A 5.5in screen gives it an all-new enlarged shadow. If you still want a smaller phone, you’ll have to look for the Moto G4 Play. It’s a bit like the 2015 Moto G, but not quite as good.