Motorola, a Google company, is all set to launch the Moto G in India in January next year. The Moto G is hailed as the cheapest quad-core phone from a reputed manufacture.
The Android 4.4 Kitkat powered Moto G is expected to be made available in India in early January, as per a tweet send by Motorola Mobility . Indian users have been waiting a long to get Motorola's Moto G, and the finally the wait is over.
The dual SIM phone (only for limited countries) could bring a mobile revolution in the emerging countries including India, China and Brazil. The phone is already made available in US and other countries earlier this month.
Although the handset is yet to made available in India, but the mainstream media and bloggers have already started guessing the retail price of the phone. The 8GB Moto G is expected to be offered at a retail price of Rs. 12,990, while the 16GB variant could be priced Rs.15,499.
Motorola India hasn't made any comments on the speculated release date or the retail price of Moto G. The device has got a thumps up response from critics and consumers alike. There is a fair chance that Moto G will be sold out within hours from its release.
The Motorola Moto G has a 4.5-inch bright and vivid LCD display having a resolution of 1280 x 720 HD display at 329 pixels. The device has a 1.2GHz quad-core processor powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 SoC coupled with 1GB of RAM and 8GB/16GB of internal storage.
With every purchase of Moto G, Google will offer users free 64GB of cloud storage. On the camera front, Motorola Moto G will come with a 5-megapixel rear-facing camera with HDR and panoramic support. There's a 1.3-megapixel front-facing camera. The makers have added a 2,070mAh battery fitted inside
The Moto G isn't a crazy handset with monster specifications and features. The phone does not even have LTE connectivity, but despite that the device is expected to do well. Basically, the Moto G is made for masses, and for Google this is the right time to tap Indian consumer.
Since India is the youngest country with 60 % of youngsters, the Moto G is just a right weapon to re-establish Motorola as a shining brand. Also, Google India is running number of campaigns to promote the usage of web and search. This clearly shows that Google is keen to bring affordable Android powered handsets, and Moto G is one step in the right direction.