Saturday , October 21 2017

Moto G2 spotted on Indian import database

Moto G2 Leak 1

Motorola is set to unveil the Moto G2, at an event in the next few days. It seems that soon after that, India may be one of the first countries for the Moto G2 to launch, with Motorola seemingly set to announce the availability of the device in the country on 5th September.

According to a listing on Indian import export database Zauba, Motorola has imported 70,200 units of the device into India. Although the device is listed as Moto G, model number XT1068 has been leaked as the model number of the upcoming Moto G2. The device may actually be called, the new Moto G, which follows on from another leak which alleges that the Moto X successor will be called the new Moto X.

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The listing on Zauba has the price of the Moto G2 successor at Rs. 10,600 ($190AUD), which is less than the initial import price of the original Moto G, which was Rs. 10,900.

This price indicates that the Moto G2 may be available for around the same cost as the 16 GB variant of the Moto G, which is available for Rs. 13,999 ($140AUD). It also indicates that the Moto G2 may only be available in the 16 GB variant, as there is no 8 GB model mentioned.

It also looks like the device will be offered in two colours (black and white) and according to the latest rumors, the Moto G2 is said to feature a 5-inch 720p HD display, quad-core Snapdragon 400 CPU, 8 MP camera and dual-SIM functionality.

Once again, we’ll have to wait and see what the “Australia Tax” does to the price of the new Moto G when it finally arrives here…

 
Source: Zauba.
Via: android central.

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Wonder if the version sold in NZ or AU has LTE or not??

Iain Simmons
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Pretty decent specs, though it’ll be interesting to see if low cost phones with big-ish screens works for them.

I guess 5-inch screens are now the norm, but I’m not sure if the general public has ‘received the memo’.

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