Unless you were sleeping for the last 24 hours, you would have heard that Motorola unveiled its Moto G smartphone on Wednesday. Now, we have learnt that Motorola is going to release at least two special-edition versions of Moto G, which will be first launched in Brazil.
The first of the two special-edition Moto G phones is Moto G Colors edition, which will pack dual-SIM support, 16GB internal storage and four free coloured back-covers in the box (lemon yellow, red, black and white). It will be available in Brazil starting November 18 for 799 Brazilian Real ($343, INR 21,602).
The second special-edition phone is Moto G Music edition, which also features dual-SIM support and 16GB storage but it will come with free Tracks Air Bluetooth headphones by Motorola and SOL Republic in the box. It will be released in Brazil in the first week of December for 999 Brazilian Real ($428, INR 27,013).
The normal dual-SIM Moto G will be different from these special-edition phones and will cost just 699 Brazilian Real. There is no confirmation on whether these phones will ever be released in any other market but if they are launched outside Brazil, they will probably land in India as India is the only other market where Moto G dual-SIM version is being launched and both of these are dual-SIM variants.