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Motorola Moto G (2nd-Gen) Is Now 50% Off On Best Buy

January 14, 2016 - Written By Kristijan Lucic

We’ve seen plenty of Motorola-related coverage all over the media lately. Some statements one of Lenovo’s exec made were misunderstood by foreign tech sites, which resulted in wrong information regarding Motorola. It was said that Motorola plans on discontinuing Moto E and Moto G devices, but the company officially denied that. We’ll see new Moto E and Moto G devices hit the market in the future, that much is certain. That being said, the 2nd-gen Moto G is now discounted on BestBuy, so read on if you’re interested.

The 2nd-gen Moto G was announced back in September 2014, and it usually costs $149.99 on BestBuy in the US. Well, now you can purchase this handset for only $99.99 if you’re interested. The Moto G (2nd-gen) might not be the latest handset Motorola has released, but there are certainly some of you who are still interested in it. Also, keep in mind that this is not the latest Moto G device either, the Moto G (3rd-gen) has been available in the market since mid-2015. That being said, let’s take a look at Moto G (2nd-gen) specs once again, just to remind those of you who might be interested in getting this handset from BestBuy.

The Motorola Moto G (2nd-gen) features a 5-inch 720p (1280 x 720) IPS LCD display along with 1GB of RAM and 8GB of internal storage (expandable up to 32GB via a microSD card). Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 400 quad-core processor fuels this handset along with an Adreno 305 GPU for graphics. The 8-megapixel shooter is located on the back of this phone, and a 2-megapixel snapper can be found up front. The non-removable 2,070mAh battery is also a part of this package, and Android 4.4.4 KitKat comes pre-installed on this device, you can upgrade to Android 5.0 Lollipop though, so keep that in mind. The device might even get Android 6.0 Marshmallow at some point, which is also something that you should take note of here. That’s pretty much it, if you’re interested and live in the U.S., follow the source link down below.