It is Official – Today`s Release of Moto G to Confirm recent leaked Rumors

Share on Reddit0Tweet about this on TwitterShare on Facebook0Share on Google+0

About two days ago there were some leaks concerning the secret release of Moto G, according to the German Phone House, as it had the device listed on their site, along with some specs, concerning a 1.2 GHZ quad-core CPU, an LCD display with a 4.5 inch 720 p and also a 5 MP camera.

As the source points out, the Moto G was supposed to come with a £135-150 UK SIM-free price.

Well folks, the rumors are official. Phone House has confirmed that Motorola released its Moto G in Brazil and in some countries of Europe today. The smartphone will be also available in other parts of the world such as Canada, and the rest of Europe and Latin America. Motorola will be the direct seller and other important carriers such as Rogers will take the phone to Canada in early January. It will be sold out with a $179 price for the 8 GB model and as well as with a $199 for the 16 GB model.

Motorola Moto G specs and release date

Motorola Moto G specs and release date

Concerning the leaks from Phone House, regarding the device`s specs, the rumors also proved to be true. The Moto G launched today, is featuring Android 4.3 Jelly Bean OS, and comes with good specs such as a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor, an internal storage of 8 to 16 GB, 1 GB RAM and a 5 MP rear camera.

From an aesthetic point of view, the Moto G resembles its fellow Moto X, as it has similar shape. The differences though are the speakers and the camera which are placed on the left side of the Moto G and on the right side of the Moto X.

Another rumor that has been leaked by the Phone House and which was also confirmed is its back plate, which can be removed giving the possibility of swapping it with different styles and colors. You can have blue, yellow, purple, red, teal black or white covers. It all depends on the taste of the customers.

Rumors or not, Phone House has managed to give us true hints on the Moto G.

Share on Reddit0Tweet about this on TwitterShare on Facebook0Share on Google+0

Andy Stevenson

Andy is a senior editor here on Android Flagship and you can surely rely on its experience as the Android subject is more than a hobby to him. Andy is currently focusing on developing dedicated and detailed tutorials, tips and tricks, so you will be able to find its work through the “how to” section of our website. Also, don’t hesitate and contact Andy if you have questions or if you want to hear a second opinion about anything that’s related to the Android OS.