Moto G Pure tech specs: Display: 6.5-inch | Processor: MediaTek Helio G25 | Memory: 3GB | Storage: 32GB, microSD card support | Rear cameras: 13MP, 2MP, depth sensor | Front camera: 5MP | Battery: 4,000 mAh | Cost: Around $100
The Moto G Pure is an incredibly affordable phone that offers a basic experience. It’s often on sale from the retail price of $100, which makes it a good starter phone for children learning how to take care of a device for the first time.
In fact, both of my kids started with a Moto G model in order to prove they could take care of a phone without breaking, losing, or leaving it somewhere it could be stolen. The Moto G Pure has a decent camera setup, 3.5mm headphone jack, large battery (helpful for kids who love playing games), and large display,
However, there are two potential downsides to the G Pure: Storage and speed. With 32GB of internal storage, you’ll want to add a 512GB microSD card to make room for pictures, videos, apps and games.
Performance will be slower than what you’d find on an iPhone and other phones on this list, but for a child’s first phone, it’s totally okay.