Motorola Android One to make it to the US for $399

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Motorola says, that it is bringing the Android One phone to the US market after a successful launch, internationally. Yes, it will be just a few days from now that you can book your own Moto device.

The US Motorola fans will be able to buy the Android One phone for $399 with GSM unlocked.

9th November is the pre-sale date for the black version of the device, online. You can get the black version from some of the e-stores. Whereas, the Android One in white will be sold on outlets as of 11th November.

Want to know more about the device?

The Motorola One Android device would have:

  • 5.9-inch HD screen
  • 13-megapixel back camera
  • 8-megapixel selfie camera
  • Snapdragon 625 2.0 Octa-core Qualcomm processor
  • A 3000mAh battery
  • 4GB RAM
  • 64 GB storage including micro SD card
  • Nano coating that would protect the phone from spills

The phone contains a headphone jack but there is no wireless charging feature. The phone guarantees security updates for about three years. Also, you can expect to get some of the signature features of your all-time favorite, Motorola. The phone is said to have features and looks similar to that of iPhone X. The bigger version of these is the Motorola Power One, which unfortunately is not going to launch anytime soon in the US, based on the announcements made today.  Both these Motorola devices, Motorola Android One, and Motorola Power-One are a part of the Google’s Android One Program.

Both the phones will make it to the public initially with Android Version 8.1. Later the devices would be upgraded to Android 9.1 Pie which can better support the top-notch features offered by these Motorola devices.
With the arrival of Android One to the US market, we really hope that the better, the more powerful Power-One makes it to the US market soon, too!

Are you excited for a better “Hello Moto” experience?

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