Motorola Moto G is already announced to go on sale on Brazil, UK, Germany, Brazil, Mexico, France and key European countries, but it is said to come to U.S. after January 2014, with a treat of Android KitKat pre-loaded to the smartphone.
Moto G, so far the very affordable smartphone with $179 price tag, without any contracts and said to be shaking up the industry along with the Google’s own Nexus 5 devices. Now, according to the statement from a Motorola executive, the waiting period for the U.S. launch is used to cook a KitKat treat on the launch day.
Mark Randal, Motorola’s Senior Vice President, Supply Chain & Operations has told that the second wave, which will be launched in Jan. 2014 will be getting the device with the latest Android software update and the places includes U.S., India and other countries. But, by that time the customers who already bought the Moto G might get the latest update over the air.
Motorola already revealed its plans for the Android 4.4 KitKat update recently.
Regarding the specifications and features, Moto G has the best in class features with the low cost device – 4.5-inch HD display with 720p resolution with 329 ppi density, Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor with 1.2 GHz quad-core CPU, 2070mAh battery, 5MP rear camera with 4X digital zoom and LED flash, 1.3MP front camera, HSPA+, Bluetooth 4.0, WiFi and Micro USB.
Although, the shopping season will be over in Jan, the device will be a deal-maker in the mass and premium U.S. mobile market. Will you wait for it?