Motorola Moto G Smartphone Launch Date Set For November 13


Motorola, a Google owned company, has already set the launch date for its mid range smartphone called, Moto G in November 13th. The handset is believed to be a mid-range successor to the Moto X handset which the company launched couple of months ago. However, the response for the Moto X was not as good as expected.

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Motorola Moto G Smartphone Launch Date Set For November 13


Talking about the Moto G, the handset has been leaked quite a few times in the past. Not to forget the image leak from the Twitter-based gadget leakster @evleaks.

Apart from that, a fresh promo card of Moto G had also been leaked by some sources from Phones4u store, which reveals the official specs of the device.

Going by all the leaked and rumored specs, the Moto G would come with a 4.5-in 720p device with an edge to edge screen as it key point of attraction. Moreover, the display is also said to be protected by Gorilla Glass.

Motorola Moto G is also expected to come with 1.2GHz quad core processor, and 8GB of internal memory. In the imaging technology, the manufacturer has mounted 5MP rear shooter that can record video at 720p. There is also a 1.3MP front facing shooter.

The handset is most likely to run on Android 4.4 KitKat. The Motorola fans will find almost all regular connectivity options in the handset like Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and others.

Most importantly, the Moto G is to reportedly said to be priced at £134.95 (approx. Rs. 13,502) off contract.

Although Motorola might not stand up against other smartphone manufacturers like Apple, Samsung, HTC or even LG, but after Google acquired the company, it has been surprising its fans more than ever with new stunning devices. And here we are waiting for another one!


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