Motorola Moto G (2015) is one of the best choices for those who are on a budget. This smartphone is affordable and yet it offers you with high quality. This mobile phone also offers you with great features and specs. However, you must also realize that Moto G is like any other smartphones that can suffer from certain technical problems.
So, if you buy it, you must not expect perfection on it. Between thousands of Moto G 3rd Gen, few of them are not good and escape the quality control. And all mobile phone manufacturers experience it.
Moto G 3rd Gen is a mobile phone with 5-inch display screen. The display offers you with 1280 x 720 resolution, pixel clarity, and brilliant colorful display. Inside the casing, there is 2470 mAh batteries which can last for 24 hours for mixed usage.
Its operating system is Android Lollipop. This mobile phone is available in two choices. You can buy one with 8 GB storage or 16 GB storage. You can add 32 GB Micro SD card to upgrade it.
Moto G 3rd Gen is equipped with Bluetooth, micro USB slot, and Wi-Fi for connectivity. To meet your need for taking pictures and videos, this mobile phone is equipped with 13 MP camera at the rear and 5MP at the front.
Both of them have great features. Some of the features are auto focus, auto HDR, panorama, 4x zoom, tap anywhere to capture, and active viewfinder. The latest G model has excellent durability. It is water-resistant and it doesn’t scratch easily because it has Corning Gorilla Glass Display.
Moto G 3rd Gen (2015) screen freeze problem
Similar to any other mobile phones, Moto G 3rd Gen may suffer from problems due to certain usage or hardware problems. One of the problems that may occur is screen freeze problem. In this condition, the screen will be unresponsive occasionally. When you face this problem, you can fix it by restart or reboots your Moto G 3rd Gen. It will fix this problem temporarily.
Another way to fix the screen freeze problem is that by running the Safe Mode. If your Motorola G can work well in safe mode, it means that one of your applications causes this problem. You must uninstall the culprit.
If you have no idea which app causes it, then you can wipe your mobile phone and start from nothing. You can also set it into factory reset. Don’t forget to backup your data before you do it. Your SIM card also can cause the screen freeze. Try to replace it to see if it is the cause of this problem.