The newly launched Moto G (2015) currently is one of the most popular budget smartphones. The Lenovo K3 Note also has received good reviews from critics and consumers for its specs and pricing. Here's a comparison:
Design And Display
The Lenovo K3 Note measures 152.6-by-76.2-by-8 mm (6-by-3-by-0.3 inches) is larger and thinner than the Moto G (2015), which measures 142.1-by-72.4-by-11.6 mm (5.6-by-2.85-by-0.46 inces). The K3 Note comes in black, white and yellow. The Motorola handset comes in black and white.
The Moto G easily scores over the K3 Note as it comes with water-resistant chassis and support for Moto Maker customization.
When it comes to display, the Lenovo K3 Note features a larger full HD display of 5.5 inches, making it a phablet. The Moto G (Gen 3) has a smaller HD resolution display of 5 inches.
Processor, RAM And Storage
The Moto G (2015) is available in two variants, a 2GB version that features 16GB of inbuilt storage and 1GB version with 8GB of native storage. Both are powered by a Snapdragon 410 chipset that delivers a clocking speed of 1.4 GHz through its quad-core processor.
The Lenovo K3 Note is available in one inbuilt storage version of 16GB. It features a MediaTek MT6752 chip and an octa-core chip gunning at 1.7 GHz. Both the devices support up to 32GB of microSD card for increased storage capacity.
Camera And Software
Both handsets have 13 megapixel cameras with dual LED flash on the rear and 5 MP selfie shooters on their front panels. The Moto G (Gen 3) comes with the latest Android 5.1.1 Lollipop whereas the K3 Note is preloaded with Android 5.0 Lollipop OS overlaid with Lenovo Vibe 2.0.
Connectivity, Battery And Price
The K3 Note and Moto G (2015) come with connectivity features like 4G LTE, 3G, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. Both devices come with support for dual-SIMs.
The Lenovo K3 Note comes with a 3,000 mAh battery and is priced at $160. The Moto G (Gen 3) features a smaller, 2,470 mAh battery and is available for $180.