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The all-new Motorola Moto G

Love that dimple

Seeking that sweet spot

Take a bow

All Android

Camera action

Side swipe

Close-up

Dual-SI, too

Pick and mix

Flip out

More colors!

Back up

Larger and packed with better hardware, the new Motorola Moto G updates both the original Moto G from 2013, as well as this summer's Moto G 4G LTE.

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A sculpted backing and characteristic dimple below the camera lens and flash make the Moto G a great in-hand fit.

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Leveling-up to a 5-inch screen means the phone is larger overall.

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You can really see the curved backplate when gazing at the phone head-on.

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With a pure Android experience, the Moto G is uncluttered and first in line for software updates.

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Bumping up the previous version's 5-megapixel camera to an 8-megapixel shooter is one of the new G's biggest hardware accomplishments.

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A slight roundness in the spines makes gripping the phone there comfortable, not sharp.

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All your buttons are on the phone's right spine.

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A global phone, some regions will get a dual-SIM option. In Brazil, for example, the Moto G will also have TV signal support on board.

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The Moto G comes in black and white, but you can swap in colorful back plates to make it pop.

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In addition to the usual shell casings, you can also buy an aftermarket flip cover.

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The flip cover, too, comes in a range of saturated hues.

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The flip cover clips into the back of the phone, so it'll stay put. For even more on the Motorola Moto G, be sure to check out CNET's full review.

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