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Last week, Motorola hinted with a teaser that its upcoming budget handset, the Moto G, will be coming to India really soon. Now, the American handset maker has done it again through a post on Facebook from its official account.
Through the post, the company is asking people to sign up for a live web cast of the November 13th launch event. "Namaste, India! Register today for Wednesday's global livestream and be the first to see Moto G", said the company. Combine this information with last week's tweet and reports about the company's CEO Dennis Woodside's scheduled visit to India, and you'll realize that its one big coincedence.
There are chances that Motorola could replicate Google's model of selling its Nexus devices online, apart from also brining a local partner on board for distribution.
On the other hand, infamous Twitter leaker, @evleaks, brought us the first renders of the handset last week. You can see that picture below.
The handset is expected to feature the following hardware specifications. A rich 4.5-inch 720p display layered with Gorilla Glass for protection. For processing, a 1.2GHz quad-core processor. For imaging, it will call upon a 5-megapixel rear and 1.3-megapixel front facing cameras. Connecticity options include Bluetooth 4.0 and others.
The handset was listed on Amazon UK this morning, thereby revealing that it might retail at a price of Rs.16,200.
Apart from this, another set of images leaked earlier today, ahead of the handset's November 13th launch. You will find them below.
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