The 'Moto G' is Motorola's First Google-Powered Phone

By: Emilie Picillo - Published: Nov 13, 2013 • References: motorola and theverge
The 'Moto G' is Motorola's first Google-powered smartphone and aims to be a global runner up to Firefox and Asha phones. It's a solid smartphone with pigmented hardware and Android '4.3 Jelly Bean' software. This phone is set to release in Brazil and some parts of Europe today, and global markets in a couple of weeks.

The software experience on this phone is similar to a "stock" Android experience and resembles the 'Moto X' quite a bit. However, this is intentional and is used as a marketing tactic on behalf of the company. Similar design and handling experience communicates a certain language and familiarity with its users. The durability of this phone is better than its competitors in similar price ranges, and the pixel density of its high-definition display is incredible as well.