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COMPARELenovo S820 vs Motorola Moto G 8GB


  • Lenovo S820 started selling 6 months before Motorola Moto G 8GB
  • The Lenovo S820's display is 4.7 inches when measured diagonally, is 4% bigger
  • Lenovo S820 has a 13 MP camera, whereas Motorola Moto G 8GB has a 5 MP camera
  • Motorola Moto G 8GB's got 4 GB more on-board storage
  • The two devices have the same RAM capacity


Lenovo S820

Status: Available
15,000
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Motorola Moto G 8GB

Status: Available
10,499
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Operating System
Android (4.2)
Apps Market: Google Play
Android (4.3)
Upgradable To: v4.4 (KitKat)
Apps Market: Google Play
Display
4.7 inches
Screen Type: IPS LCD Capacitive Touchscreen
Details: 16M Colors
Screen: 1280 X 720
Pixel Density: 312.5 PPI
4.5 inches
Screen Type: HD Capacitive Touchscreen
Details: 16M Colors, Corning Gorilla Glass 3
Screen: 1280 X 720
Pixel Density: 326.4 PPI
Camera
13 MP
Geo-Tagging, Touch Focus, Face Detection
Secondary Camera:
HD Video Rec: No
Auto Focus:
Flash Light:
5 MP
Geo-Tagging, Touch Focus, Face Detection, HDR, Panorama
Secondary Camera:
HD Video Rec: 720p
Auto Focus:
Flash Light:
CPU
1.2 GHz MTK 6589, Quad-Core
1.2 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 400, Cortex-A7, Quad-Core
RAM
1 GB
1 GB
Memory
Internal Storage: 4 GB,
User Available Internal Storage: No Info
Card Slot: microSD
External Memory: 32 GB
Internal Storage: 8 GB,
User Available Internal Storage: No Info
Card Slot: no card slot
External Memory: -
Battery
2000 mAh, Standard-Battery, Lithium-Ion
2070 mAh, Non-Removable, Lithium-Ion


GPRS
FM Radio
3G
4G/LTE
Wi-Fi
NFC
3.5mm Head Phone
Form Factor
Touch Screen
Touch Screen
GPU
Adreno 305
SIM Details
Type: Normal SIM
(Dual, GSM + GSM)
Type: Micro SIM
(Dual, GSM + GSM)
USB Slots
microUSB version 2.0
microUSB version 2.0
Body
Dimensions:
139.5 x 69.5 x 8.9
Weight: 143 grams
Dimensions:
129.9 x 65.9 x 11.6
Weight: 143 grams
Overview
The Lenovo S820 is a mid-ranger phone with a 4.66-inch 1280 x 720 pixel IPS display. It is powered by a MediaTek MT6589 quad-core 1.2 GHz chip, the same found on the Micromax Canvas 4. There's 1GB of RAM too; a bare minimum considered these days for phones running Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. There's 4GB of internal storage, which is a little less for a phone in this price range. The camera highlights include a 13 megapixel sensor and a 2MP front-facing cam. The phone's back comes in a bright red colour which should give it a distinctive look. There's a 2000 mAh battery powering the Lenovo S820. Interestingly, this phone is a Single SIM device; which is a rarity for phones in this price range — that are seen to sport dual SIM support.
The Moto G is an entry-level smartphone from the now Google owned phone maker Motorola. Having exit markets like India in the past before the acquisition, this will mark the company’s re-entry once the Moto G starts selling here in January 2014. The Moto G comes in colourful rear shells that are replaceable. sports a 4.5-inch 1280 x 720 pixel LCD touchscreen. At its heart, there’s a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 chip, with four cores running at 1.2GHz each. There’s a reasonable Adreno 305 graphics chip onboard as well. Coupled with the chip is 1GB of RAM and either 8 or 16GB of internal memory. Sadly, the Moto G will be one of the very few inexpensive handsets to not have a microSD card slot. This 3G enabled handset can deliver speeds of up to 21 Mbps and has WiFi 802.11n and Bluetooth 4.0 support.

There’s a 5 megapixel auto-focus camera with an LED flash at the back, accompanied by a 1.3MP front-facing camera. The phone can record videos in 720p HD. FM Radio also makes it to the feature-list, winning the hearts of people who still desire for this feature. Although the phone runs Android 4.3, it is said to run the latest Android 4.4 KitKat by the time it launches in India. There’s a 2070 mAh non-removable battery which Motorola quotes can deliver an “all day battery life”. The Moto G is said to have an attractive price point for the features offered; hopefully under the Rs. 15,000 mark for the 16GB capacity. This is the 8GB variant, which we think will give the likes of the Lumia 520 or the XPERIA M a run for its money.

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