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Last chance to buy Motorola Moto G; Flipkart to discontinue it in India

The company has put out a banner announcing the last stock of the Moto G 16GB version priced at Rs 11,999.

Zee Media Bureau/Reema Sharma

New Delhi: If you are planning to buy the Motorola Moto G smartphone, this is perhaps your last chance.

Online retail site Flipkart has said that it will stop selling Moto G smartphone in the country. The company has put out a banner announcing the last stock of the Moto G 16GB version priced at Rs 11,999.

The Motorola Moto G got a price cut of Rs 2,000 in July. After the price cut the handset is available at Rs 10,499 for the 8GB version and Rs 11,999 for the 16GB version. However, the 8GB version of the phone is no longer available.

Motorola in February this year launched the much-awaited Moto G is at Rs 12,499 for 8 GB version and Rs 13,999 for the 16 GB variant.

Moto G, which sports a 4.5-inch HD display, is powered by 1.2GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor with Adreno 305 graphics, 1 GB of RAM and has a dual SIM option.

Protected with Corning Gorilla glass, Moto G has a water repellent nano-coating inside and outside, which provides protection to the handset from light splashes of water.

Moto G has a 5-megapixel rear camera with LED flash and a 1.3-megapixel front-facing camera. On the features front, Moto G has a revamped Phone app, which prioritises contacts based talk time and call frequency. The Photos app allows viewing and editing of locally stored and Google+ images.

As per media reports, Motorola might soon announce its successor to the Moto G. Reports are also surfacing that Motorola might showcase Moto G2 in its upcoming event in New Delhi on September 5.

The company is also expected to launch Moto 360 smartwatch and Moto X smartphone's successor at the event.

The Indian smartphone market is witnessing strong competition between local and international players, all vying to grab a share of the multi-billion dollar market.

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