When Motorola launched its Moto G handset, it immediately occupied the top position, primarily due to exceptional hardware and, of course, suggested retail price. Now, the company is rumored to unveil the second-gen Moto G phone any time soon.
Over the past few days, there have been a lot of reports and speculations surrounding the arrival of the Moto G2. The rumor mill only got crazier when an alleged image of soon-to-launched Moto G2 leaked ahead of global debut earlier last week.
Motorola Moto G2 - Latest Gossip
The latest gossip claims the Moto G2 is expected to go on sale as early as September 10. This means the phone should be launched much earlier than the said release date, as reported by GSM Arena.
Apparently the retailer community will receive the handset much before the rumored September 10 or even much earlier. As of now, it is not clear whether they will start retailing the device on September 10.
Amusingly, Apple is expected to hold a big-ticket event on September 9. The Cupertino-based giant is said to launch the much anticipated iPhone 6, alongside the iWatch smart watch.
Motorola Moto G2 - What to expect?
The Moto G2 is reportedly said to flaunt a bigger 5-inch display with a resolution of 720p. The handset may arrive with a better-than-expected quad-core processor, paired with 1GB of RAM. The device would get a modest 8GB of on-board memory, though info on possible expandable storage. It will also come with an 8MP rear-facing camera and a 3MP front-facing shooter for selfies. The handset is expected to run on the latest Android 4.4 Kitkat out-of-the box.
Motorola Moto G2 - Expected Retail Price
These days everyone is talking about how the Moto G worked so well in countries like Brazil and India. Well, the answer is damn simple. The device managed to attract millions of new users just because they were not required to dig deep into their pockets. The latest report, however, claims the upcoming Moto G2 will be priced $335 (about Rs. 20,000, approximately). That's double the price of the original Moto G, notes GSM Arena.
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