Moto X may not the best Android smartphone of this year, but Motorola will keep on churning handsets to solidify its position in the American market. Before the year ends, Motorola could announce a mid-range Android phone to lure users. Since past few weeks, we have been hearing about Moto G, a yet to be announced Android handset.
Officially the makers behind Moto X are to say anything about their next mid-range handset. A new rumor in respect to Moto G is spreading like wild fire.
Now according to a latest report by GSMArena, Moto G will be available for £134.95 unlocked, which should be about Rs. 13,000 in Indian Rupees. Unlike Moto X, which was launched in select countries; the Moto G could be announced in more countries including U.K, among others. The leaked promo card confirms the existence of Moto G, and its availability in the United Kingdom.
The Moto G is not a mini version of Moto X, but the phone should be mid range handset. The Moto G would feature a 4.5-inch edge-to-edge display having a resolution of 720p HD display. It would also have a 1.2GHz quad-core processor. There will be a 5-megapixel camera on the rear and a VGA quality front-facing camera for long video chat. As per speculation, the device will run Android 4.3 Jelly Bean instead of Android 4.4 Kitkat. Other connectivity options include: Bluetooth 4.0 and a 1950mAh battery fitted inside.
Moreover, the phone is also expected to include an 8GB of internal memory. No word on the expandable nature of internal memory.
Few days ago, a navigation menu on Motorola's official site, titled "Moto G", was spotted by Droidlife. Later the team over at Motorola disabled that very web link.
Moto X is an ideal competitor to Apple iPhone 5C, Samsung Galaxy S4 and HTC One. The device is still not available in a market like India. There was a time when Motorola made handsets were rage in India. After the coming of Apple, Motorola vanished from the smartphone market. Now the tech vendor has re-entered into select global markets with its flagship handset, the Moto X.
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