Motorola aims at new markets with Moto G smartphone

Google-owned Motorola Mobility moved Wednesday to shake up the global smartphone market with an entry-level handset aimed at cost-sensitive consumers around the world, many in emerging markets. “Moto G is a smartphone that delivers a premium experience with today’s technology,” Motorola chief Dennis Woodside said in unveiling the phone in the Brazilian business hub Sao Paulo. The new device is a low-cost version of the Moto X released earlier this year in the United States, lacking some features such as a high-density camera and the ability to access the fastest networks. In Brazil, known for high electronics duties, the lowest price for the Moto G will sell for around $280, or 650 reals.


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