Moto G is Motorola’s most-successful smartphone ever

Moto GMotorola has revealed at its MWC press conference that Moto G is its most successful smartphone ever. Originally announced in November 2013, the phone has been on sale for just over three months now. It currently retails in markets like US, Canada, Brazil, India, Australia, Malaysia and more.

“The Moto G has been the most successful, highest-selling smartphone in Motorola’s history,” a Motorola executive stated at the company’s MWC press conference earlier today.

Moto X successor arriving late-summer

Motorola has stated that it plans to release the successor to Moto X late-summer. The company has not shared any other details but we hope to hear more soon. The announcement comes at a time when Motorola has revealed that it plans to expand the availability of Moto X and Moto Maker to more countries.

Motorola bringing multiple wearables this year

Among other tidbits that were revealed at the Motorola press conference, the company has announced that it is planning to launch multiple wearable devices this year. The company has not given any details but revealed that it will be hosting another press conference in a few months, where it will unveil these wearable devices.

Looks like we have a lot of look forward to from Motorola in the coming months.

 

 

5 comments

  1. Now why am I not surprised? I think the original Razr V3 and it’s derivatives must have been at number 1 till now.

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  2. Using from 8th feb and loaded with full apps and videos still no hanging or slow down problem Its a great phone,screen is just awesome

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  3. MotoG is best phone currently available in India.Even there is no sd card slot present in phone,the USB-OTG works perfectly and we can connect pen drive,so its perfectly fine for me.

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