UNBOXING AND HANDS-ON OF MOTO G(3rd Gen) ON VIRGIN MOBILE

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The best selling unlocked smartphone make an appearance on Virgin Mobile and we have your first unboxing and hands-on here at RealTech

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19 Comments on UNBOXING AND HANDS-ON OF MOTO G(3rd Gen) ON VIRGIN MOBILE

  1. That is not a SIM card. Sprint and its other companies use a UICC card. The UICC card is what allows the device to access 4G LTE. The phone will still work without it but will only have 3G connectivity. The phone number itself is programmed into the phone. (CDMA)

  2. That is not a SIM card. Sprint and its other companies use a UICC card. The UICC card is what allows the device to access 4G LTE. The phone will still work without it but will only have 3G connectivity. The phone number itself is programmed into the phone. (CDMA)

  3. That is not a SIM card. Sprint and its other companies use a UICC card. The UICC card is what allows the device to access 4G LTE. The phone will still work without it but will only have 3G connectivity. The phone number itself is programmed into the phone. (CDMA)

  4. I am on sprint contract. Have note 4. Wondering if i could get service by putting my sprint sim in the virgin moto g or any virgin or boost phone to use as a backup?

  5. @david the Moto G wins hands down. it's not even a challenge really and will likely be the only one out of all of them to get the Android M update which will allow you use an SD card as internal memory. it has the better cameras as well

  6. Currently, I have a Virgin LG Tribute. I've had this phone for a while and was going to upgrade to a better option. My question to you is what phone out of the new three is best, LG Tribute 2, Moto 3rd Gen or HTC 626? The only thing I didn't love about the LG Tribute was the amount of space. The device itself used half of the 4 gb rom, which didn't give me enough for apps or whatever…

  7. CORRECTION!!!
    This device still has not shown up on Virgin Mobile's website as of yet I was on the Canadian one ooops!!! So I do not know what their pricing will be but it is $150 at BestBuy. Thanks Jose Santana for pointing that one out

  8. Wow Virgin totally ruined the experience when they loaded all that crap on there. Since it's so cheap, there's a good chance it will be many peoples first taste of Android, and when they first get it, they're bombarded with popups, apps, and notifications. No good.

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