After we’ve heard a couple of weeks ago that the low-cost Motorola DVX will be actually called Moto G, less than a week ago the Moto G link have popped up on Motorola’s website. Now we can be 100% sure that the cheap smartphone will see the light of day as the Chicago-based phone maker has issued a Moto G teaser that also reveals that the handset will be released November 13.
Motorola also launched a teaser page, namely Moto-g.com, which, unfortunately, doesn’t reveal more details about the upcoming smartphone. On the aforementioned web page you will see the Moto G release date listed in multiple languages which might indicate that the low-cost smartphone will be a global device, just like it was mentioned in previous rumors. The Moto G teaser page also allows you to sign-up for “the live online announcement,” thus we might be seeing a the handset being launched during an event that will be livestreamed.
Not more than a week ago, the Moto G has been spotted in Phones4U promo card which was also revealing some of its technical specifications. According to the UK retailer promotional material, the handset will come with a 4.5-inch HD display, quad-core 1.2 GHz Snapdragon processor, 5 MP rear-mounted camera, and Android 4.3 Jelly Bean out of the box.
Phone4U’s leak also confirms that the Moto G will be aimed at the budget segment, as the handset was tagged with a price of only £135 ($215) without contract. If the information is true, the Moto G will definitely be one of the targets of those who want a decent Android phone.
It’s not sure yet whether the Moto G will also hit the North American market, but if it does, it would definitely enjoy a lot of attention given the low unlocked price.