Flipkart Rolls Out February 5 Event Invite, Lists Moto G As Coming Soon


    Google selling Motorola to China's Lenovo for $2.91 billion came as a shocker to some. Many argued that Motorola might delay the unveiling of Moto G in India citing Lenovo-Google deal.

    But now it seems the Moto G is finally coming to India on the due date i.e. February 5, 2014. In fact, India's largest e-retailer Flipkart has already listed the handset on the website as coming soon and looks like the e-retailer has also got exclusive rights to sell Moto G in the Indian market, at least, if rumors are to be believed.


    Consequently, GizBot has also received an invite from Flipkart which says, " BLOCK YOUR CALENDAR!!!, February 5, 2014, Flipkart.com will be in your city and more information coming your way soon....!!!

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    Flipkart Rolls Out February 5 Event Invite, Moto G To Be Unveiled Soon

    Analysts believe that invite has ended the speculation over the delayed release of Moto G in Indian market. Even though, Lenovo has acquired Motorola from Google at a premium, therefore, the business will go on usual till the time the deal is closed fully.

    Meanwhile, the Moto G is also expected to hit Indian market with dual-SIM support. The phone specs are understandable by now. The Moto G comes with a 4.5-inch LCD display having a resolution of 1280 x 720 HD at 329 pixels. Because it has a waterproof nano-coating inside and out, therefore, you don't have to worry about its rugged nature. It is powered by a quad-core processor clocked at 1.2GHz coupled with 1GB of RAM.

    On the camera front, you will notice a 5MP rear-facing camera, while the secondary camera has a 1.3MP image sensor. The makers have added a 2,070mAh battery fitted inside.

    The device is expected to be priced around Rs. 13,500 for the 8GB version.

    Stay tuned to GizBot!


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