The Moto G has been perhaps the most popular smartphone in India since it’s launch on February 5th. Motorola took to MWC to even announce that the diminutive device has been it’s most successful device in terms of generating numbers for now Lenovo owned company. Coupled with very reasonable specs and an opportunistic price point, the Moto G has been in a way become the second favorite device of everybody. Buoyed by the success of Moto G in India, Motorola has announced that it plans to bring the device to India sometime within the next few weeks. It also said that the device will come in Australia simultaneously while markets such as Mexico will have to wait till Q2 for Moto X.
It was widely expected that the device will remain a US exclusive, but the Design it according to your taste, Moto X is going to be hitting the Indian shores soon. The device has been selling for $399 in the US unlocked, and if the same price is kept, it would mean the device could be available for about Rs. 24,000 in India, add in a few taxes, and it may well cost under Rs 26,000 to own a Moto X in India which is still a very competitive price.
The Moto G features a 4.7 inch 720 P display with a 10 MP rear f/2.6 camera. The device is powered by a Motorola X8 SoC which is a dual core Chip with Krait CPU and Adreno 320 GPU. There is 2 GB RAM on board and 16 GB internal memory. The device is powered by a 2200 mAh battery and runs largely stock Android with some useful tweaks from Motorola. For a mid range device, these specs are by no means slouch and we do expect the device to make some decent inroads when it does release in India.