New Moto G adds better camera, larger screen, and water dunkability
Motorola's Moto G is a really affordable smartphone.
It came out in several iterations before, and now a new one is available starting today.
It's going to be a cost of $180 in the U.S., and the difference is that this now has a five inch 720p display, upgraded 13 megapixel rear camera Moto Maker compatible so you can pick all sorts of different designs and it's a pretty nice little phone.
It's got a Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 processor.
One Gig or Two Gigs of RAM.
Micro SD card storage plus you've got fair amount of onboard storage.
Not great in the entry.
Or a 16 gig.
And this is gonna be a globally available phone, with the idea that you can get on board with a smartphone and not pay all that much.
That's been what's made the Moto G pretty great before, and they're slowly bumping up the specs to catch up to what the Moto X had been offering before.
The Moto G is an LTE phone, and now it's also water resistant, which is a nice plus.
The Moto G's water resistance is a step above any other current Moto phone.
It's IPX 7. It can be dunked in a meter of water for up to 30 minutes.
And to a lot of people who haven't seen the Moto X in a while, it's probably gonna look like the Moto X. And in fact, it's really not all that different from the Moto X From a couple years ago.
I'm Scott Stein, here in New York, with the new Moto G from Motorola, and Lenova.
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