Motorola just dropped the new Moto G Family announcement in a blog post this morning showing off a few new devices. It does appear that some of the leaks from earlier these past few weeks were true in their predictions about the fourth generation Moto G Family.
The thinner fourth-generation Moto G has a vivid 5.5” full HD display and a 13MP camera for crystal-clear, share-worthy pics. Its 3000 mAh battery and blazing-fast octacore processor will get you through afternoon video calls with family and into the evening out with friends. And when you finally need a battery boost, TurboPower™ gives you six hours of power in just 15 minutes.
You can also design your Moto G to match your style on Moto Maker or by switching up colors with interchangeable shells. All for an exceptional price.
Moto G Plus
Moto G Plus has all the features of Moto G, along with some new features designed for those who need even more from their phone. The first is an impressive camera. There’s nothing worse than missing a moment. Now you won’t. The 16MP camera on Moto G Plus has two additional rapid focus technologies, laser focus and phase detect autofocus so you always nab sharp, clear pictures, day and night. DxOMark, the trusted industry standard for camera and lens image quality ratings, has rated the Moto G Plus photo quality among the top smartphone cameras, ahead of iPhone 6S, iPhone 6S Plus, and other phones that are more than twice its price.
Tired of fumbling with your phone to switch it on and sign in? With a fingerprint reader typically found in more expensive devices, a touch is all you need to instantly wake up your phone. You can even use it to authorize purchases on the Google Play Store™.
Moto G Play
Moto G Play gives you more of what you love, like fast, reliable performance of a quadcore processor. It’s designed to last a full day, thanks to its 2800 mAh battery. And it boosts performance by running a pure, clutter-free version of Android™. The best part? You only have to spend a little for a phone you’ll love a lot.
The Moto G and Moto G Plus are launching today in Brazil, and the Moto G Plus in India. Both versions will be available in various countries around the world soon, with the Moto G Play coming later this summer. While the Moto G will be unavailable in Canada, both the Moto G Plus and Moto G Play will be available there later this summer.
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