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Motorola Tells Us to Save the Date, New Website Points to November 13 Moto G Announcement

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We cannot forget that in the middle of the Nexus 5 madness last week, we came across multiple leaks for Motorola’s new device, the Moto G. Motorola had its trademark leaked, spec list exposed and we think we even know the price of the phone as well. Early this morning they decided to make it official by telling us to make sure our calendars are clear on November 13. 

The Moto G popped up briefly on Motorola’s website last week before quickly being taken down, but it’s back again. There is nothing much to the website other than the rotating M logo that you can find on the Moto X’s boot animation and a place to input your email address to be notified of the announcement when it goes live.

It makes sense that Motorola only wants to do an online announcement for this phone considering that we are expecting a lower-end version of the Moto X. The 4.5″ 1280 x 720 HD display will cover a Snapdragon S4 quad-core processor, 8GB of storage and a 5MP camera on the rear. We will not have to speculate for much longer though, November 13 is just around the corner.

Via: Motorola

  • Aniket Dabhade

    Does any one know when’s Motorola coming back to india?

  • Tyler

    So you’re going to announce customization on multiple carriers(Verizon) too, right?????????

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  • Larry Bublitz

    If the price is $200-$299 and it has Active Display I’m in.

  • G obviously stands for Google people. lol

  • blackjaguar25

    If it’s $200 off-contract, I’ll get it.

    • AnotherAndroidKid

      I’d consider it for a travel phone, depending on lte bands given.

  • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

    Do they really feel the need to make an announcement this.

    • decidedtochangename

      How else you going to make the markets it pertains to aware? Could be fire in the prepaid market if it ships at $200/$250. Now you aren’t spending any more than you would for a subsidized phone. Even at $300 it might still work.

      • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

        Rumor is around $215 (directly translating from Euro)… SO We could see this at $200

        • decidedtochangename

          This seems to line up with their mission to reach the “next billion” utilizing low cost phones.

    • j

      An announcement will be picked up by various non-tech related sites and general news organizations and spread around.. It’s good marketing.

      • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

        Well I didn’t really mean they shouldn’t announce something just that it’s not like it’s a flag ship release. But being that they are just making their way back into the market it’s understandable.

        • j

          I got what you meant.. I’m saying a big announcement using a launch type event brings a lot of media attention which helps get the word out to non-tech people.

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  • SYPau

    Regardless of the spec sheet, if its still got all the neat moto x tricks i think it could do well. Fingers crossed it’ll make it to some other corners of this earth.

  • Stnkycheezman

    I heard EA is gonna sue Moto for taking their Sim City graphics.

  • samosa king

    LG has teamed up with Motorola to make the Moto Optimus G.

  • Josh Shaw

    Why “G”? “G” for gunior? Moto gr.

    • EC8CH

      get out of my head!

      • Josh Shaw


    • alinewalker325

      If you think Joyce`s story is good,, two weaks-ago my boy
      frends sister brought in $5373 grafting a 10 hour week from there apartment
      and the’re friend’s sister`s neighbour has done this for 7-months and made
      more than $5373 parttime on their mac. the guide from this website…

      • HarvesterX

        Funny, I saw Joyce on the corner just an hour ago.

  • EC8CH

    so what’s the “g” stand for?

    • EC8CH


      • decidedtochangename

        It’s Google’s phone “for the next billion” which they know will mostly be in form of low end phones.

      • Daeshaun Griffiths

        this could be the dual sim device we saw.

      • Weber


    • EC8CH


  • A.Miller

    I think the point is to get Moto phones, with nearly stock Android, in the hands of folks.

    This could be a way for MotoGoogle to get into the “free phone” market with the hopes that they’ll love the software/hardware enough to purchase an X or whatever in the future.

  • Butters619

    Again for Moto the big question is price. If this is anywhere around Nexus price,unless this comes strapped with some amazing battery, it would make sense to just buy the Nexus, .

    Edit: Also Nexus 5 being delivered today!!! woo woo!

  • T S

    a lesser Moto X? i’m still nursing my Nexus 5 hangover. . . . .