OK, so the Moto G 3rd Gen isn’t quite within that £100 limit but with nearly 30% off currently, it’s £109, so is pretty close. For anyone with £50 more to spend, there’s a newer model but last year’s is still a good phone.
Motorola’s E and G ranges have always represented good value paired with reliable performance. Sure, it’s not going to blow you away like a flagship, but you’re not going to end up whimpering when you inevitably drop it and break it either. It’s also rocking a ‘vanilla’ version of Android too, which is a plus for most people.
- Advanced water resistance
- 13 MP rear camera + 5MP selfie camera
- Pure Android
- 4G LTE support
- Quad-core procesor
If that’s too much, there’s the second-gen Moto E to consider for around £75, but that’s starting to get a little long in the tooth now.