Moto G Starts Selling In The U.S., Well Ahead Of Schedule

Posted Nov 26, 2013

Motorola is going to start selling the Moto G in the U.S. about a month ahead of schedule.  Motorola was able to produce the Moto G phones faster than expected.  The phone was expected to launch in January, but it went for sale today.  The Moto G starts at $179 without a contract.  Contract-less phones generally run for about $600 so this is a good deal.

Unfortunately, the Moto G will not work on 4G LTE networks.  The Moto G has a 4.5-inch screen, 720p video recording, resolution at 329ppi, 5-megapixel rear camera and 8GB of storage.  The 16GB version costs $199.

The Moto G launched two weeks ago and is also currently available in Brazil, Mexico, Chile, Argentina, Peru, Britain, Germany, France and Canada.