We announced last month that Motorola had brought their Moto Online Store down under, starting with the Moto G4 Plus and the Moto 360 Gen 2. Today they have added another device to their offerings.
Don’t get too excited, it’s not the Moto Z…yet. Moto has added the last generation Moto G, the so called Moto G3, to their new store. If you need a refresher on last year’s 3rd gen Moto G you can either check out our review or see the specs below.[showhide type=”detailedspecs” more_text=”Show Detailed Specs” less_text=”Hide Detailed Specs”]
|Moto G (Gen 3)||Release date||July 2015||Screen size||5.0-inch||Screen technology||IPS LCD||Resolution||1,280 x 720||PPI||294||Rear camera||13MP||Front camera||5MP||Chipset||Snapdragon 410||Core config||1.4 GHz x 4||Ram||Storage||MicroSD||Yes, up to 32GB||Battery||2,470 mAh||Battery removable||—||Connector||MicroUSB||Headphone Port||Yes||Headphone Location||—||Speaker Configuration||—||Android OS||Android 6.0||Vendor skin||Moto Stock||Dimensions||142.1 x 72.4 x 11.6 mm||Weight||155g||Colours|
The Moto G 3rd Gen can be delivered to your door in a Black 16GB version for just $319 AUD which includes Moto’s free shipping. Chris was impressed with the Moto G last year and while it may not top out the specs list, it’s over $1000 cheaper than the most expensive Android device on the market.
So if you were in the market for a mid-tier device you’ve now got one more avenue in which to grab one.