Motorola has really stepped up the game in the budget and mid-range smartphone market, especially in India. Recently, we’ve been hearing that Lenovo will scrape the name Motorola from all the devices, and will brand them as Moto By Lenovo. Apart from this, the prices for the Moto G (3rd Generation) and the Moto G (Turbo Edition) have gone down significantly in the last week.
The official selling price for the Moto G (3rd Edition) has come down to 9,999 for the 8GB model, and 10,999 for the 16GB model. Both these models offer different capacities of RAM. The 8GB model has 1GB of RAM, whereas the 16GB model has 2GB of RAM. With the price difference between both being just INR 1,000, it seems sensible to get the 16GB model over the 8GB one.
Right now, Flipkart is running an exchange offer for the Moto G (3rd Edition) exclusively on their app, where you can exchange your old phone for up to INR 4,000. Claiming this offer will entitle you to get the Moto G (3rd Edition) 8GB for just INR 5,999 and the 16GB for just INR 6,999. At this price point, the Moto G (3rd Generation) is definitely an awesome device, no matter what.
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To claim this exchange offer, you will have to open the Flipkart App on your smartphone (Android, iOS, Windows or Blackberry) and then search for the Moto G (3rd Generation). At the time of writing this article, the 8GB model is available in White color only, and the 16GB model is available in both, Black and White. After deciding which device and color you want, choose “Product Exchange Offer” under that device, and then enter the details of the device that you want to exchange. The app will then show you how much is it going to offer you for that device, and after you confirm, you can place your order for the amount that is displayed there.
The Moto G (3rd Generation) is an awesome device and when it is offered at such a low price point, it is even a better deal. If you are in the market, looking for a new smartphone in this range, make sure you do check out the Moto G (3rd Generation) if you want a sturdy, long lasting smartphone.