The buzz surrounding what Motorola could possibly have in store for us has died down now that we finally got to see what they’ve been working on this past year, and whether you love or hate each and every single thing they have just announced, half of the four devices that they unveiled this morning(late last night here on the west coast)are now available to purchase from the various places they were stated to be sold. Right now the Moto X and the Moto Hint Bluetooth earbud are not available just yet, which leaves the Moto 360 smartwatch and the Moto G. If you were on the lookout for one of or both of these than you’re in luck as you can pick them up now, that is if you aren’t met with any trouble trying to load up the site, or any other handful of issues people have been experiencing like problems with getting the payment to go through.
In this case we’re focusing on the Moto G, Motorola’s follow up handset to last year’s showcase budget device, as it is now available to purchase through Motorola’s own website. The issue is that people have been having problems getting the site to load. More than likely motorola.com servers are being overloaded, and if that’s the case Motorola’s people are probably working diligently to get it fixed. If you’re excited to pick this up though and don’t care to wait until you see a confirmation that the site issues have been dealt with, it doesn’t hurt to try your luck and see if you can finalize an order.
For the price and the specs included, it might be hard to abstain from grabbing the new Moto G, especially if you enjoy the sweet spot of the 5-inch display. In many cases, this is a great screen size for most people and a preferred option. The Snapdragon quad-core processor is also a nice feature, and you can’t argue with an 8MP camera on the back. The Moto G has a great set of specs and they’re even better for the cost. At $179.99 it definitely seems like a great back up device or just an extra to play around with. Will you be grabbing one? Just as a heads up, I personally had no troubles with loading the Moto G order page each time I attempted to open it up. Have it folks!