The Moto G is now available to order with a price tag of $179. The Moto G is an entry level phone, which is priced just one third of the price of current high-end phones but still manages well to pack a punch.
The new Moto G is equipped with a 4.5-inch display and a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor, whereas, at the same time Motorola is claiming all-day battery life.
Only the GSM version of the phone is currently available in the market, and the CDMA version is expected to hit the markets in January next year.
People can buy the Moto G directly from Motorola, where the handset is free from contract, has no SIM lock, and has an unlockable boot loader.
The phone can easily be compared to iPhone 5C and is available with multicolored casing options. People can also buy the new phone from Amazon as the American e commerce company has started taking pre-orders for the both the 8GB and 16GB models of the Moto G ahead of its Dec 4 ship date, which is just two days after Motorola is lined up to begin sending devices out for delivery.
Motorola currently ships the Moto G with Android 4.3, which according to the company is “the most up to date Android of any phone in its class.” But, at the same time the company guaranteed that the phone will be upgraded to 4.4 KitKat in early 2014.
The Moto G is available at the rate of $179 for the 8GB version and at the same time there is also a 16GB model available just for $199.