Moto G versus Nokia Lumia 625

The budget smartphone space is an interesting place right now, and Motorola just made a big splash with the launch of the Moto G. It’s a different take on the concept of a cheaper Android phone, where low cost doesn’t equate to a sub-par experience. It currently stands pretty much alone in the Android space at the around £135-160, but it doesn’t mean it’s the only option. Nokia, once the juggernaut of the mobile phone world, now stands pretty tall in the budget category with some of their Windows Phone 8 devices. Hardware aside, the experience is largely the same on the cheaper phones as it is on the top-of-the-line offerings like the Lumia 1020.