Posts Tagged ‘Moto G’

Motorola is today holding a number of special launch events across the world, and as well as taking the wraps off the Moto E – which has been leaked quite a bit during the past week or so – the company has also unveiled a 4G-ified edition of the Moto G packing a microSD slot. All of the details you need to know can be found right after the leap!

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Google Play Editions are all the rage right now. After years of smartphone enthusiasts wishing that hardware makers would offer versions of their smartphones with a stock installation of Android as an option, the GPE versions of devices like the HTC One and Samsung Galaxy S4 have proven predictably popular amongst enthusiasts. It’s debatable whether the general phone-buying public even noticed, but that’s not the point.

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In the video below, we pit Moto G vs Samsung Galaxy S4 in a comparison test to see which of the two smartphones offer best value-for-money.

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Earlier on in the year, Google made a move which some people deemed clever, some foolish. With the expertise that comes with being one of the world’s largest software companies, Google doesn’t have the best credentials when it comes to hardware production. The answer? Purchase an already existing, well thought of, manufacturer. In this case, Google purchased the then-struggling Motorola Mobility to head their mobile device production.

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Consumers who take interest in the highly competitive smartphone market may not immediately class Motorola as one of the “big boys”. The opinion of the wider community may differ on that one from person-to-person, but it seems that the Google-owned company is making a continued effort to claw back the reputable name they once had. The latest push in that effort takes the shape of the new Motorola Moto G handset that is designed to be an entry-level device for those looking to get in on the smartphone action with an affordable but powerful option.

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When Google bought Motorola Mobility, it was an obvious attempt to not only revive the company’s business, but for Google to enter the hardware manufacturing business itself. Ironically, since then, none of the Nexus devices have been Motorola branded, but that nowhere means that the company’s smartphone making spirit has dampened. If anything, we now have confirmation that not only is Moto G, the low-end sibling to the mighty and powerful Moto X, is very real, but it’s very soon to be announced, as a new sign-up page put by the company clearly shows that the new device is being announced on November 13, 2013.

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