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With the US being a part of the second wave of Moto G launches, we’ve now learned being in the later group has an intrinsic benefit. According to Motorola SVP Mark Randall speaking to Omio, “Wave 2, products that we ship after Christmas will start with KitKat…Wave 2 is in the US, there’s South East Asia, and other countries.”

The Moto G launching with KitKat is likely to make waves with customers as many Android 4.3 Jelly Bean smartphone owners will find themselves patiently waiting for their own KitKat software update by the time the Moto G arrives stateside.

The Moto G is Motorola’s attempt to cause a stir in the smartphone market with a mix competitive internal components and a ridiculously awesome entry-level price tag. There’s little question Motorola is looking to shake up the market by showing you don’t need to pay $500 or more for “high-end” performance when you can pay sub-$200 and find a great everyday experience.

Read more about our Moto G launch news.

via Android Central


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2 Responses to “Moto G will arrive in the US with Android 4.4 KitKat already on board”

  1. natrice21 says:

    Wow! David I ask you not long ago about the LG G2 or The Nexus 5, but these prices and specs are very tempting for the Moto G. Love Google Nexus Phones, but I need that nice photo shot and LG G2 seems to be calling. Well… Before this post. :-) I also want to encourage you to keep posting. I may not comment, but I’m always on your site, so keep the good information coming.

    • David Beren says:

      Thank you! I will do exactly that! The Moto G is definitely a tempting device, I know the camera may be what ultimately becomes the deal breaker for me, but I really love what Motorola is attempting to accomplish with the price to spec ratio here!