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Motorola Has Got A Winner With The Moto G

Motorola Moto G

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Finally, Motorola is on to something. Perhaps they have learnt a thing or two from observing players Nokia and TECNO? Now picture a phone with the following specs:

A 4.5-inch HD display with Gorilla Glass 3

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The newest Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 400 processor featuring a 1.2GHz Cortex quad-core CPU

Android 4.3 Jellybean, the most up to date Android of any phone in its class, with a guaranteed upgrade to Android 4.4 KitKat at the beginning of 2014. No skins to clutter or slow the experience.

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Stylish design with a comfortable curved back and 19 customization options, including interchangeable Motorola Shells and Flip Shells in seven colors as well as Grip Shells in five colors.

Costs a maximum of $179 unlocked. That’s about N29,000 only.

There is no expandable memory, so you will be stuck with just 8GB or 16GB built-in memory.

1GB RAM

5 megapixel camera with 720P video recording.

You get the picture? Surely, Motorola has learnt a thing or two. The Phone with the above specifications is the new Motorola G, and it is going to be a very popular phone in the market.This is going to be the Lumia 520 of Motorola. Quote me.

The Motorola Moto G will be available in 30 countries eventually. Lets hope that we get to see it around here.

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  1. Lets hope that it gets to us here and most importantly, we get it at that price of $179/199 for the 8GB/16GB respectively.
    Because this is 9ja. This is where a whole ship fully loaded with crude oil can disappear, where =N500b can disappear and $15m walks come court and nobody knows who owns it.
    if the phone is sold for $500 here I will still not be surprised.

  2. Hmmmm.. Please oh jumia should make it available.. I am actually thinking of getting that phone next year

  3. The Moto X was US only. Motorola only recently made it available in selected overseas markets. Don’t think Motorola’s ready to do battle in the international smartphone market yet

  4. My understanding is that the Moto G is designed with the developing world in mind. Whether it will officially be sold in Nigeria is another matter altogether.

    I’m not a fan of Motorola, but when it becomes available I will definitely consider getting one.



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