New Moto X, Moto G And Moto 360 Got Released In Several Countries, Price Revealed
The New Moto X And Moto G, which were rumoured to go by the names Moto X+1 and Moto G2 respectively, have been finally released after being unveiled not that long ago. The US is now joined on the list of countries that benefited from the release of these devices by European states, and more.
The classy Moto 360 smartwatch shouldn’t be overlooked, as it two managed to get released in the US, with promises of a UK release next month. The Moto G is also part of the buzz, as Flipkart has listed the device for India. These are reports coming via GSMArena.
For those pertaining to the UK market, Motorola offers a service called Moto Maker, which lets the user customize the back panel of his or her unit, according to personal preferences. Customers can choose from a variety of option, the cheapest one being a £420 model with a standard plastic back, while adding a leather or wood texture to the back panel will bump the price up by £20. That goes for the 16 GB version of the device, as the 32 GB Moto X will cost £460 just for the simple plastic cover model, whereas the customized wood or leather back model will come with a £480 price tag.
There is no price listed for the dual SIM version of the Moto G, but the standard Moto G model will cost £145 on the UK version of Amazon. Indian customers can get their hands on the unit for about INR 13000. They can get the device through the online retailer FlipKart.
The price for the next generation Moto devices surfaced in Europe as well, as it has been revealed that they will be available in France for €500 and €190 respectively. They will be available starting with October, the same month that the Moto 360 smartwatch will hit French shelves. The watch will offer black and grey options for the strap, as the overall device and its leather finish will set users back €200. Multiple retailers will pick up the smartwatch, such as 02, Amazon, John Lewis or Tesco.
GoodGuys is the retailer that will provide the Australian market with the Moto G device, for $279. Shipment will apparently commence after 5 to 10 days after you’ve placed your pre-order with GoodGuys.
The prices for the US market units are also up, with customers having to pay $500 for the Moto X, $180 for the Moto G and $250 for the Moto 360 smartwatch.