Two days ago Motorola presented their second major smartphone, Moto G, since the company has been acquired by Google in 2012. The phone will be available on the European market, unlike the previous model, Moto X.
It looks like Google has brought the competition among its own ranks. For almost 13 days Google Nexus 5 has been the best Android smartphone for the money spent. And then, Google launched Moto G, the smartphone that is about to take away Nexus glory.
What is so special with Moto G? For a start, it is a smartphone with a 4.5-inch screen and a resolution of 720 pixels, Android 4.3, 1.2 GHz quad-core processor, 8 GB of storage and a 5 mega-pixel camera. The Moto G is not likely support for 4G LTE, but will be available in 19 colors and in January 2014 it will receive the KitKat update. Although the Moto G do not seem to threaten the Nexus 5, there is a twist- the price! The Moto G will cost £135 for the 8 GB version and £159 for the 16 GB model, without a contract.
The latest smartphone from Motorola should arrive in Europe in the coming weeks, as well as in the USA, South Asia and Middle East . However, the Moto G will not be available in China, the world’s largest smartphone market. The smartphone market in China is currently larger than the United States and Western Europe combined.