Lenovo brings G triplets to Moto family
of its smartphones.
Its groundbreaking budget
smartphone which combines high-end technological performance coupled with great
quality features with an affordable price tag.
Standard Moto G,
Moto G Plus,
Moto G Play.
- Moto G
Play- The modest of all devices in the fourth generation Moto G series which
strikes a close resemblance to last year’s third-gen Moto G. It is equipped
with Snapdragon 410 ARM processor, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of base storage, a
five-inch 720p LCD screen display, and an 8MP camera. The battery interestingly
offers longer lifespan with 2800mAh
- Standard Moto G- This device is slight upgrade of the 2015 model
armed with an Octa-core Snapdragon 617, 2GB of RAM, a 5.5-inch 1080p LCD
screen, 13MP camera, and 3000mAh battery that comes with Qualcomm Quick
Charging. It is slated to arrive with either 16GB or 32GB of base storage.
- Moto G Plus- This top-tier variant has slighted boosted features
and more add-ons. Under the hood is a a Snapdragon 617, 2/4GB of RAM,
16/32/64GB of storage, a 5.5-inch 1080p LCD screen, 3000mAh battery again with
Qualcomm Quick Charging, and 16MP camera. A security feature is apparently
added which is a front-facing biometric sensor below the screen.
Lenovo seemed to be focusing the launch of its Moto G lineup in emerging
markets like Brazil and India, The Verge reported. The
device is slated to arrive the British shores in June with start-up price of
£169 (about $243) for the Moto G and £199 ($286) for the G Plus. There’s now
official pricing for G Play yet but the Chinese tech giant indicated that G
Play pricing will vary per region.