Motorola really has done great things with this line of phones; they have proved that you don't have to charge $650 for a phone. It's going to come in two flavors like the 4th generation - a base model and then a plus model. The place will have a fingerprint scanner and a sixteen megapixel camera, while the base version will have a thirteen megapixel camera. This isn't a big deal to me personally - my eyes cannot tell the difference between 13 and 16 megapixels. However, the plus model will have an option to upgrade the internal memory from 16 to 32 gigabytes. You may or may not need this - the new google android operating systems allow the device to treat internal and external (SD cards) equally, so you could slap a 64 or 128 gigabyte card into it and achieve the same capacity as a higher end phone. You can get these from FlipKart as soon as they release on March 8th.
A Truly Good Phone
Personally, I think it's going to be a great phone, and I have no intention of giving Apple a big chunk of cash for a phone that can't improve my life any more than the Moto G5 can. It's really great to see the price of phones coming down like this, especially in countries other than the United States - like India, China, the Middle East, and basically the rest of the world.
It goes without saying that with the Moto phones you get fast access to operating system updates from Google, something many other device makers don't offer. Many of them update your operating system whenever they feel like it, which can be few and far between.