If you live in the United States and were bummed out about waiting until January to get a hold of the Moto G, we have good news: it’s available now, ahead of schedule! The handset can be ordered now and is expected to ship on December 2nd.
Although consumers in the United States have to wait until January, the Moto G has now arrived to Canada for just $200 outright, or free with contract. Keep reading for more details!
Can Motorola Mobility become a major player in mobile once more? Join us as we explore Motorola’s proud history, examine its struggles, and discuss the potential of the Moto X and G under Google’s guidance.
The Moto G is likely to set off intense competition in the low priced smartphone market. Check out our unboxing and first impressions video of the Moto G!
This week in your world of Android, KitKat rolled out to Nexus devices, while Samsung had problems with Jelly Bean, the incredibly cheap Moto G landed, Google Search got smarter, we heard news from the CyanogenMod team, and the Apple vs Samsung retrial kicked off.
RadioShack has various deals on hot Android smartphones including the Galaxy S4, LG G2, Moto X and the Galaxy S3. Check them out!
Can Google really drive smartphone prices down? The Moto G and the Nexus 5 are great devices for the money, but how long can Google keep selling at cost? Will the Moto G change anything in the mid-range market? Will Samsung even feel the pinch?
The Moto X is only available in some markets in the Americas currently, but the device may eventually make it to the rest of the world, as hinted by a Motorola marketing executive.
Today Motorola took the wraps off the Moto G, a $179 budget handset with mid-range specs. So how good of a deal is the Moto G really? Let’s take a look at just a few similarly priced devices to get a better idea.
SFR France announced that it will carry the Moto G starting with November 19 (the 16GB version,) although pricing details aren’t mentioned yet.