Anonymous, 20 Dec 2013Lol, and here in Europe Moto G (16 gb) is still not available in stock from online retailers. @ Anonymous
Moto G 16Gb version in stock and on sale at Amazon.co.uk at £159.99
Max Payne, 20 Dec 2013Bye Samsung ! Bye HTC ! Bye Sony ! Hi Motorola !U deserve to say that if and only if u're an American national
Moto is acting lyk hollywood movies....they feel US is the only country on earth
Others are situated on the moon
it is not suprising cause Motorola owned by Google already and it will be priority than the other OEM`s out there
Really shame on other OEM for so late update even to its high end device.
Motorola do have a bit of an advantage compared to the other OEM
Waiting waiting waiting for this.........
why every year December is too slow????
motorolla is setting new standards.
and buyers should have this in mind when buying a new device otherwise will stuck with old android (meaning: maybe bugs, not improvements, no new characteristics on their same device).
all companies should get used (guarantee) to offer
operating system updates for their devices
for at least 3 years.
it's also sad to see brandnew devices coming out of the box with android 4.1 knowing that the latest version is 4.4.x