Thursday, 21 August 2014

Bid Adieu To Moto G

Flipkart has announced its plan to stop selling Moto G smartphone in India. Only the 16 GB version of Moto G is now available in India. The 8GB model went out of stock soon after Motorola cut the prices of both variants of Moto G by Rs 2,000 in July, and it now appears that more units may not be on their way.

On its website, Flipkart has posted the image below:
On its website, Flipkart has posted
Moto G and Moto E helped Motorola score sales of one million units within five months of its re-entry.

Moto G has been facing tough competition from two new entrants in the Indian smartphone market: Xiaomi Mi 3 and Asus Zenfone 5. The Xiaomi phone offers much better hardware than Moto G at the same price as its 16GB unit. ZenFone 5 offers similar hardware, but has a higher resolution camera, sports a bigger screen and allows storage expansion via microSD cards.

With this announcement, it seems likely that the September 5th event by Motorola will see the launch of its successor to its most successful smartphone in recent times.

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