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Amidst all the super smartphones like Samsung Galaxy Note 3, LG G2 and whole lot of other latest and greatest devices available in the Indian market, most Android users are still desperately waiting for Motorola's midrange smartphone from last year called the Moto G.
The device, according to the rumors that prevailed throughout the last quarter of 2013, was suppose to hit the Indian soil by this month. Yet no signs as to the availability and price of the device has been spotted.
However, according to the Times Of India the device will hit the stores in India within the last week of this month. While the price of the device still remains uncertain. The initial price of the same in the US is $179 (approx. Rs. 11,004) and $199 (approx. Rs. 12,234) for the unlocked versions.
Going by the specs, the Moto G comes with a 4.5-inch bright and vivid LCD display having a resolution of 1280 x 720 HD display at 329 pixels. It also has a waterproof nano-coating inside and out, making the phone rugged.
It is powered by a quad-core processor clocked at 1.2GHz coupled with 1GB of RAM. The Moto G runs on Android 4.3 Jelly Bean. But before you jump into any conclusion, Motorola clarified that the Android 4.4 Kitkat update soon.
The device comes with 8GB and 16GB storage variants. The primary camera can shoot images in 5MP while the secondary camera is good for 1.3MP images.
The Moto G is stuffed with a 2,070mAh battery, which will last all day, claims Motorola.
However, Android fans who all are waiting for the device can keep your fingers crossed and hope that TOI report turns out to be positive.
Stay tuned to GizBot!