11:05 17th Oct, 2014
1st Generation Moto G Back In Stock; Gets A Price Cut | TechTree.com
1st Generation Moto G Back In Stock; Gets A Price Cut
For those of you who liked the previous generation of the Moto G, now is your chance to grab one.
Yes, the 1st generation of the Moto G is back in stock. The smartphone literally ushered in the era of record breaking online sales for India’s mobile market and is now back in stock on Flipkart. What is better is that the handset’s price has also seen a big drop with the 8 GB version retailing for Rs 8,999 and the 16 GB version selling for Rs 9,999.
The handsets certainly make sense for the price tags that they are now selling at. For those of you who had missed out on buying one earlier, you are indeed lucky as you can now buy the smartphone for a lower price tag compared to the past.
The Moto G (1st gen) it is indeed a bargain deal as the specs of the handset finally match the price tag. With Xiaomi's Redmi 1S handsets running out of stock pretty soon, we guess that Motorola will be able to empty its last stocks of the Moto G after all.
The 2nd Generation Moto G currently retails for a lot higher, and delivers the same hardware in terms of chipsets but comes with an upgraded camera and display along with better speakers. Stocks may be limited, as the newer version of the handset is out and selling well, so you better hurry up if you want to buy one.
[Also Read: Review: Moto G]
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