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Sign-up to attend Motorola’s Moto G Google+ live event on November 13th

moto g nov 13

Last week, Motorola sent us a save-the-date for a online event where they will unveil the Moto G. This entry-level smartphone is rumored to be a quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro wonder, with 8GB of internal storage, a 4.5-inch 720p display, a 5 megapixel camera and more.

If you’re interested in knowing more about this phone, you’ll be happy to know that Motorola has published the live event details to Google+. Anyone can now sign up to “attend” the event on Google+, which means you’ll be able to watch a live stream of the announcement.

It’s worth noting that the announcement is taking place in Sau Paulo Brazil, which drives home the suspicion that the Moto G is poised to be a decent smartphone aimed at emerging markets. We’re interested, though, so we’ve signed up. Be sure to join us by hitting this G+ link and “RSVP’ing” for Motorola’s big day if you are, too.




  • http://www.legaldefenderspc.com No 4.4 This will go a long way

    The fact that the launch event is being held in Brazil confirms my suspicion that this phone is geared towards emerging markets outside of the United States.

    • dandybuck

      That^ and I’m not sure how many people would gather for this event in the US.

      • moises1204

        probably 3 people!

        • Wozn2

          And 2 of them work for Motorola.

    • alanmul324

      if you know the difference between 4.3 and 4.4, then you are not the audience for this phone

  • Kk Rech

    São Paulo*

  • james ortiz

    so they stew releasing the moto x all over again? by the specs it’s sounding pretty similar

  • Wozn2

    I think the N5 might have holed this below the waterline. Unless they are going to sell it SIM-free for less than $300.

    • Commenter4391A

      I thought from what I read the plan is for it to be sub $200 unlocked. In which case, it’s the Nexus 4 replacement. Also, I can’t imagine Google putting a new phone for sale on Play without updating it to KitKat.