Moto G9 price in India is Rs. 11,499 for the 4GB RAM, 64GB storage variant and after reviewing this device, Android expert Aditya Shenoy joins host Pranay Parab to speak about the software on this phone. We begin this episode by talking approximately the reasons in the back of clean software being a rarity on most budget Android devices. Why do you see such a lot bloatware, such a lot of ads, and spammy notifications on these devices? We answer that question at length, before talking approximately how phones such as the Moto G9 and the Nokia 5.3 are changing the a story. We talk approximately the benefits and disadvantages of shipping inventory or near-stock Android on budget phones. Next we talk approximately the rising smartphone prices in India, where we mention the most productive phone under 8000 rupees and how the definition of a good budget phone has to now factor the current pandemic.
We talk approximately how the sub-Rs. 10,000 price segment has been badly hit by this pandemic and if you will have to raise your budget to receive decent features and whether it’s even worth buying any of the sub-Rs. 8,000 phones. We talk approximately one of the most reasons in the back of rising smartphone prices and discuss if you will have to wait a bit before buying new smartphones. In any case we talk approximately the Moto G9 and what the phone does correct in the case of software. The customisations on the device have been appreciated by many, and we discuss what could help other companies offer that roughly clean software as mannered.
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Pranay is in charge of podcasts and videos at Gadgets 360. Over time, he has written over 500 tutorials on iPhone, Android, Windows, and Mac. He has also written in-depth reported features on the intersection of technology and culture, reviewed fitness wearables, been the social media manager, started two podcasts, and produced several tech videos. He loves travelling, especially to places not frequented by tourists. He assists in keeping running half-marathons across the country and hopes to total
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