Vodafone has confirmed it will be ranging the Motorola Moto G, just hours after the phone-maker began rolling out the latest version of Android to the insanely keenly priced handset.
Details of the carrier’s plans for the Moto G weren’t forthcoming. But according to one of the company’s PR people, the version of the smartie sold on Voda will run the brand new KitKat version of Android out of the box.
She also confirmed that pricing won't be announced until launch. But given that the phone is £130 on pay as you go pretty much everywhere else, we don’t expect Voda to deviate from that RRP very much.
News of Voda getting on board with the Moto G – and it’s worth noting here that some noteworthy networks have yet to do so despite the fact that the handset dropped way back in November – comes as Android 4.4 (KitKat) started rolling out to UK models yesterday.
The update add some welcome improvements, among them an improved phone dialler, added support for printing photos, restyled status and navigation bars and new photo-editing options.
The handset, which launched with Android 4.3 (Jelly Bean), is also home to a beefy quad-core 1.2 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, a five-megapixel rear snapper and a 4.5-inch LCD touchscreen.