Moto G 2015 was certainly not the best kept secret. Confirming all leaks and rumors, Motorola just launched the new Moto G in India for 11,999 INR. The 2GB RAM/ 16GB storage variant on the other hand, is the one you should be buying, will cost 12,999 INR. Only thing Motorola managed to keep under wraps was the absence of Moto X.
The new Moto G will have a 5 Inch IPS LCD display with 720p HD resolution, similar to its predecessor and will be powered by Snapdragon 410 quad core, which is incidentally the same chipset used in low end Moto E 2nd gen 4G, but here it is clocked at higher frequency of 1.4 GHz (That should make a difference).
The area where the new Moto G tries to impress is photography. Motorola has included a 13 MP rear camera sensor with blue light filter, color balancing flash and a 5 MP selfie camera which is a notable improvement considering the last generation model. The new Moto G is also IPX7 water resistant certified for up to 3 feet for 30 minutes.
Software is latest Android 5.1 Lollipop and you can expect timely updates at least for the next couple of years. Motorola managed to pack a 2470 mAh battery beneath the curved back plate.
Launch day offers include 100 percent cashback for 100 buyers, a Moto 360 at only Re 1 for 100 lucky buyers, 600 INR off on Flipkart fashion, free Wynk Plus, 33 percent off on Myntra and Airtel 4G SIM with double data offer for six months.
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