Keshav108, 21 Jan 2014How much free memory is there in the 16gig version?I read on a forum that you get somewhat above 12GB free space in the 16GB version.
Brother, it is very disappointing if Motorola Moto G launch at 15000 inr for 8 GB . Motorola then will be failed again. It is true that no one of Us will be ready to pay this much for this phone. So, cross the finger for 11.5 K. But me also thinking it will come under 13000k. If Motorola get a profit of 200 inr, the company will be very rich as We are Indian around 100 crore people. They are not MOTO nou, they are google. The surely know the correct pricing.
It seems USB OTG is working fine after Kitkat Update. Check XDA forums. you just need a file manager app.
In India Customs[Import tax] is 6% of total value for electronics.VAT TAX is 5.5% for IT products. So for 8GB Moto G it be around 12500RS. then retailers add another 1000 for their profit. So Ideal rate should 13500Rs.
Anonymous, 21 Jan 2014Best option Nokia Lumia 525 10k, galaxy core 12k, xperia M 11.5k. But if u want to spend 15k f... moreHey bro, I think you don't get about Gorilla glass 3, Quad Core processor, 2070MAH Battery, HD display
at price above 15000 for 16gb(not 8gb)will be ok....above this it will flop in India
motorola please comeback with bang.. Otherwise we have too many options to choose, i wish it should be priced beween 8~11K .
Anonymous, 21 Jan 2014Best option Nokia Lumia 525 10k, galaxy core 12k, xperia M 11.5k. But if u want to spend 15k f... morepls dont give a shit on xperia l waste of money. wait for moto g its way better than xperia l.
Anonymous, 21 Jan 2014Any one know the available user memory for 16GB version ? might be 11 to 12gb.............
if it is 15000 - 16000 rs then heck no ones gonna buy this phone .very disoppinting for indian customers. better go with galaxy core or any other phone
Abh, 21 Jan 2014You dont have any idea what you are talking about. Do you?Google fans don't defend ur motorola. Peoples r not dumb. 15k for this without micro sd card option, non removal battery and no service center.
look like moto g over priced :/
we better go for xperia L if it coasts arround 15 k for 16 gb ...
Indians Don't Buy Phones Based on Brand... They Look For More And Better Specs For Minimum Price..
Best option Nokia Lumia 525 10k, galaxy core 12k, xperia M 11.5k. But if u want to spend 15k for smart phone then go for Xperial L. U will find every feature in xperia L and better than moto g.
I think the News is genuine,because Moto G 8GB dual sim model lauched today in Dubai @ Dh899 means 15121/- Rs ..really very diassapointed :(
Muthu, 21 Jan 2014Dude, I am not a google employee. I am just a potential smartphone buyer like you (i assume yo... moreThis phone is definitely better than Xperia M and Midrange Galaxies. Still Indian brands offer much better phones here, provided that the buyer is not narrow minded. If you manage to escape the common misunderstanding that only global brands offer quality goods then there's no help.
Local brands are even providing updates, so not behind in customer care. My 1 year old Canvas A110 came with Android ICS, later updated to JB 4.1.2, and is running smooth and flawless. Heck, reports even say that it's slated to receive 4.4KK at some point :)
Anonymous, 21 Jan 2014dude dont try to compare it with micromax.....remember motorola is a first mobile phone maker ... morelol you promote something only because the company is ages old? What happened to your beloved Motorola? It was nearly dead until Google bought it. Now it's not the same ages old Moto, but it's Google, which is a much newer company.
Also, MMX isn't bad at all. Actually their phones are quite good. Screen, battery and all. You might find some users complaining but most defects are manufacturing, out-of-the-box defects. One should get it replaced fast, instead they keep whining. MMX service centers are now much faster compared to past and I had good experience there. I'm having 2 mmx phones are never had any problem since more than an year. (Only problem was that SIM card trapped inside, but that was my fault).