Motorola Moto G will run Android 4.3 Jelly
Mobile phone company Motorola is reportedly planning a return to the UK market with its Moto X smartphone. The Moto G phone handset has been surrounded by rumours for months but sources say Phones4U promotional material features the device, which is expected to go on sale in time for Christmas. The Google-owned company launched its Moto X smartphone in August but it only hit US stores.
This Android Phone runs Android 4.3 Jelly Bean but will probably update later to 4.4 KitKat, and costs £135 off contract instead of the £360 Moto X. The spec sheet photographed by the digital website also says it will have more than one million apps with Google Play, long life battery and GPS.
Motorola and Google have already confirmed the existence of the Moto G but it is still only rumoured that it will come to the UK. It is reported to have a a 4.5" 720p screen with Gorilla Glass, quad-core Snapdragon chipset, 5MP camera with 720p video, and 8GB of storage. It will now come to the UK with a cheaper version of the smartphone, the Moto G, on November 25.