The retailer is stocking black and white color variants of the device, with both versions priced at $179.99, identical to what Motorola is charging on its website. The new Moto G is also available on Amazon, although the website mentions that orders will take around four to seven weeks to fulfil. If you're looking for a model with LTE connectivity, AT&T will start selling the first-generation Moto G with LTE for $179 from October 10.
What do you guys think of Motorola's latest budget offering? Is there any other handset that's worthy of consideration for the asking price of the Moto G? Let us know in the comments.
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