The Moto G root is already available to handset users, although it requires them to first unlock the bootloader of the handset.
Amazon has now started taking orders for Motorola’s upcoming budget handset, the Moto G. The handset will be just $179 for the 8GB model or $199 for the 16GB version.
Motorola’s replaceable Moto G shells have now arrived, priced at $14.99 for the standard version and $29.99 for the flip shell variant. Keep reading for more details!
The specs of the Desire 700 are decidedly mid-range, with a Snapdragon 200 processor (quad-core Cortex-A7 @ 1.2Ghz), 1GB of RAM, and 8GB of internal storage.
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.
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