Motorola Announces The Moto G Ferrari Edition

Posted: May 14 2014, 12:20pm CDT | by , in Mobile Phones


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Motorola announces the Moto G Ferrari Edition
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This is just going to be a 16GB Moto G LTE with Ferrari logo etched in the Kevlar back cover

Looks like Motorola has enough plans to keep itself in the limelight for a while, which is usually rare for the company. After having announced the Moto E and Moto G LTE, the company has now announced the Moto G Ferrari Edition which was showcased in Mexico. This new Ferrari version is quite obviously going to be more expensive than the original version and is also more expensive than both the regular Moto G and the Moto G LTE.

The phone also looks a little bit more different and to set it apart from the rest, it has been designed with a Kevlar back cover which looks quite similar to the ones which Motorola has been using for its Droids released by Verizon over the years. And since it is a Ferrari version, it goes without saying that the phone had to have a dedicated logo and so it does. Ferrari logos are placed on the back and front of the device and the buyers of this handset will enjoy some added benefits too; they will be given extra Ferrari content and accessories.

As far as the specs are concerned, the Moto G Ferrari Edition is going to be just like the 16GB Moto G LTE and will sport a 4.5-inch 720p display along with being powered by the quad-core Snapdragon 400 processor. It has a 5 MP camera and 1 GB RAM and the storage space will be expandable by microSD card support. The Ferrari Edition is going to be available in Mexico from June and will be priced at 4,999 pesos (around $387).

source: Motorola

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