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I have been buying Motorola phones for years as they have all been really good, this G22 phone is very poorly designed ,it’s CPU is totally underpowered , it’s painfully slow and I have been unable to answer calls. (The actual purpose of owning a phone)I have reluctantly had to send the phone back. Will pay out a bit more for a better phone. I won’t be buying from Motorola again until they stop making substandard phones like the G22. What a complete let down.:(
good point for me: battery life camera size and fingerprint reader.
Bad: phone feels sluggish like trying to use a sony experia m2 now.
overall if u want a phone that does everything a phone does and don't mind ur apps lagging, however ur battery will last longer than a day playing videos all day, or clear photos then this is the phone for u otherwise save for a little longer.
I've had a number of moto phones over many years and all have been totally reliable. I stick with the budget phones as they do everything I need well. My last was a g8 plus now retired but still working fine. I decided to upgrade to the g22 as the price and spec looked tempting. I read a whole bunch of reviews ranging from ok to poor. Went ahead and bought anyway and delighted I did. It runs android 12 which has some nice new features. I don't like the adaptive brightness so just switched it off and loading some apps can be a little slower than optimal but look at the price! Graphics are a little lower than my g8 plus but hardly noticeable and sound is mono. On the plus side everything else. Beautiful large screen, lightweight, battery lasts a long long time. I like the fingerprint reader on the edge of the phone. I don't use the charger supplied but the 15w charger that came with my g8 and it turbo charges quickly. If you want all the bells and whistles you can pay more but at this price point the g22 is a bargain. Streaming channels work fine and smooth. Note also that prices have fallen and now even cheaper.
Motorola continue to produce clean bloatware free android phones that do a great job and don't break the bank. If your after a slick android that will keep doing the basics most non gamers want from a phone I don't think you will be unhappy with Motorolas budget phones. If you do have some more demanding apps it may struggle but for most it does a great job .