Moto G officially lands on Verizon’s shelves for $99
Verizon officially offers Moto G for $99
In the first days of 2014 it was revealed in a leak that Motorola Moto G will be launched by Verizon on 9th of January. Right on time the US carrier announced for sells the mid-ranger with an impressive package of specs. The price of the handset is $99.99. Buyers of Moto G from Verizon have two options to choose from. They can choose amongst the $60 plan that assures unlimited talk and 2GB of data, and the $70 plan that includes unlimited talk time and texts and 4GB data. The price of the device makes it one of the expensive mid-range phones offered by the carrier. At the same time, Moto G is the most advanced smartphone in the category.
It boasts a 4.5-inches screen with a resolution of 720 pixels. The model is powered by a quad-core CPU clocked at 1.2GHz with Snapdragon 400 chip. It assures 16GB internal storage. The model released by Verizon works on Android 4.3 Jelly Bean but it will soon be upgraded with the Android 4.4 version. It is armored with 5MP camera and 1.3MP shooter on the front panel. It is packed with different connectivity features, including 3G, Wi-Fi, GPS and Bluetooth. The battery of the handset is 2070mAh. Moto G boasts interchangeable back plates in different colors. The phone is the affordable variant of Motorola Moto X that will be launched internationally.
It is already available in different markets and now it finally arrives in the US. It is very attractive deal for customers that want to get a decent modern smartphone with prepaid plans. Verizon offers the phone online from HERE. It will arrive to you within two days and the shipping is free of charge. If you want to know more about the new addition to the Motorola’s family, read our hands-on review for Moto G.
Source: Verizon Wireless