Motorola Moto G2 With 16GB Internal Memory Spotted Via Indian Import-Export Site

Since Motorola's re-entry into the Indian smartphone business with the likes of Moto G, Moto E and Moto X, the company has always been touted to come out with worthy successors for the same. And while we have been hearing rumors related to the upcoming Moto G2 handset, it seems there's already some news related to it.

Apparently, the upcoming Motorola Moto G2 has been spotted in the open. This time donning the model number XT1068, the handset, as it seems, is arriving with 16GB of built-in memory inside.

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Motorola Moto G2 With 16GB Memory Spotted in India

Apart from that, the most important thing that you will come across with the new listing is that the price of the device has also been mentioned alongside the few deatils of the handset. As it seems, the handset could be heading over with a price tag of Rs. 18,741.

The Moto G2 is currently rumored to be made available in the market later next month. The device was already rumored to come with a 5-inch, 720 HD display, 1.2GHz quad-core processor, 1GB of RAM, 8MP rear-facing camera, a micro SD card slot and more.

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Previous to this, it was also reported that in Europe the device is expected to retail at around €250 (around Rs. 19,000), making the device a bit more expensive than the Moto G.

For the record, the Zauba listings have never really let us down in terms of understanding the current position of a smartphone and if it might hit the Indian shores. And we are expecting the same in this regard.

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However, nothing can be said until everything is fixed and final officially. But we are guessing more on this will be revealed in the next few days. For the time being, stay tuned to GizBot for more updates!

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