Motorola briefly adds Moto G link to its website

Motorola briefly adds Moto G link to its website
It seems like Motorola is taking a play right out of poppa-bear Google's playbook and "accidentally" posting something that is sure to drum up attention from the tech blogosphere. Recently, we saw Google "accidentally" post the Nexus 5 on the Google Play Store, which seemed to confirm the name and price, and ensure people that the device is actually on the way.

Now, Motorola has "accidentally" posted a link to the Moto G on its website, right next to the link for the Moto X. The link was pulled quickly, and even while it was there the product page it pointed to didn't exist (www.moto-g.com); but, it does obviously stand as solid evidence that Motorola does have a new device that it will announce sometime soon. 

Motorola briefly adds Moto G link to its website
The only device that we know for sure is on the way is the DVX, which is planned to be a low-cost version of the Moto X aimed at emerging markets and pre-paid carriers. We don't know for sure that the Moto G and the DVX are the same device, but ever since Motorola recently won the trademark on the name Moto G, the signs have all been pointing to the same place.

source: Motorola via Droid Life

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Moto G
  • Display 4.5" 720 x 1280 pixels
  • Camera 5 MP / 1.3 MP front
  • Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 400, Quad-core, 1200 MHz
  • Storage 8 GB
  • Battery 2070 mAh

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3 Comments

1. Lauticol

Posts: 404; Member since: Jun 25, 2011

I think Motorola should come to its roots and build some series of the phones it had in the past, like a new Moto L (Motorola's old L-series were slim, goodlooking phones) but now make them touchscreen, tiny besels and price it nice.

2. Navaid

Posts: 46; Member since: Sep 05, 2013

It should be full spec flagship..

3. roldefol

Posts: 4744; Member since: Jan 28, 2011

They don't have the supply chain for it. They've typically had to wait 6-10 months for access to Samsung's latest screen tech. The Droid Razr used Galaxy S tech, the Razr HD the Galaxy Nexus, and the new Droid line uses shrunken Note 2 screens. Then they put their SoCs to a lot more testing than the competition, so between those two pieces, their flagships are perpetually a half year (or more) behind on specs.

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