Motorola Moto G Available Now in the UK via Phones 4U

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The release of Moto G on November 13, has confirmed the rumors leaked from the UK carrier, Phones 4U, concerning the availability of the 8GB and the 16 GB versions of the Moto G. The two versions are available in UK Phones 4U, other British stores and also online, and are considered to hit the jackpot this Friday, following the exclusive sails on Black Friday, November 22.

Concerning the rumors about the prices set for this device, it has been confirmed by Phones 4U that Moto G will be available at a reasonable £134 SIM-free and with only £11 for a monthly contract.

As our source mentions, the prices are so available that there was so much buzz at the Phones 4U stores and also online all over UK. Scott Hooton, the Chief of the Commercial Office at Phones 4U declares that with the growing appetite for the new era of smartphones, Moto G will end up under the trees of a lot of British enthusiasts this Christmas.

Moto G Available in UK

Moto G Available in UK

But what makes this Android smartphone so cool and so affordable?

First of all, we have to mention that it is quite competitive since its rival, the Google Nexus 5 has a price of £119, 95. That means that Moto G comes with some specs that can undermine the so called supremacy of Nexus 5.
Moto G comes with a 1.2 GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor and with Android 4.3 Jelly Bean OS. Isn`t that a strong competitor or what? The HD resolution of 1280×720 pixels and a rear camera of 5 MP will make Moto G a great phone in terms of accurate and clear photos. Another plus is that the device will receive the Android 4.4 KitKat update in the near future.

Just hurry-up and get your Moto G now from Phones 4U stores all over UK.

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