Of the forthcoming slew of Motorola products, the follow-up to last year’s low-cost Moto G is tipped as accommodating the most lackluster hardware, which shouldn’t prevent it from evolving into a major box-office hit.
Hot on the heels of the dirt-cheap Moto E, the 4G LTE Motorola Moto G has gone official, with pre-orders already live but shipping dates undisclosed.
Motorola thinks that the Moto G might not be accessible to everyone, and is considering making a $50 handset.
The Moto G might not make its way to brick and mortar stores in India after talks between Motorola and distributors fell through.
The first affordable entry to Google’s Google Play edition (GPe) device lineup comes in the form of Motorola’s Moto G.
Leaked images of the Verizon Moto G’s retail packaging indicate that North America’s largest carrier could offer the device for as low as $99.99 off-contract.
Motorola is full of surprises lately and, after rolling out the uber-cheap Moto G stateside earlier than expected, it’s also delivering a precocious Android 4.4 KitKat update for the budget-conscious powerhouse.
Motorola is making a profit of $76 on the Moto G, which at $199 is quite the bargain.
Motorola has different plans for different markets in regards to Moto G’s rollout, as countries like Brazil and India are reportedly scoring the cheap powerhouse in a dual-SIM flavor, whereas Verizon US will be pairing the single-SIM with prepaid plans come Q1 2014.
The Moto G is a more affordable version of the Moto X, and will be available unlocked for $179.
There are only two days left until Motorola will make its spanking new Moto G official and the low-cost version of the Moto X is pretty much an open book following previous spills of information and two fresh tidbits.
Motorola’s next handset will be announced on November 13, according to a tweet from the company.
Moto G has similar internal hardware as the Moto X, but will allegedly be offered for free on contract.