Selling your product is all about showmanship, and Motorola is playing a strong social media marketing game on Twitter. The company is all set to unveil the Moto G 4th generation in India on May 17, and a series of tweets through its Indian Twitter handle is dropping hints on what users can expect. The basic design changes have already been noticed in the pictures that were earlier reported.Keeping the hints to a minimum, all you can speculate from the tweets is a better camera, extended battery life, a faster processor, and improved security features. The next generation Moto G is expected to be released in two models – the standard Moto G and a premium Moto G Plus. Rumors suggest that Moto G will feature a fingerprint reader for added security, which will most probably be a part of the higher-end Moto G Plus.A redesigned rear camera is one of the leading expectations from the upcoming Moto G, along with an improved 5.5 – inch display. Ever since Motorola tapped into the humongous Indian smartphone market, competing with the cheaper brands like Oppo, Vivo and Xiaomi has been though – until the grand arrival of budget-friendly Moto G.The launch of Moto G 4th Generation on May 17 should be followed by the release of Moto X 2016 this summer. However, the specifications and hardware improvements of the Moto X are yet to be leaked by Motorola is a cool way they did with the Moto G. Here are some of the tweets that Motorola gave out through its Indian Twitter account:https://twitter.com/Moto_IND/status/726039664868610048https://twitter.com/Moto_IND/status/726357958603345922https://twitter.com/Moto_IND/status/726690147874426880https://twitter.com/Moto_IND/status/727059561409028096https://twitter.com/Moto_IND/status/727437044880936960Are you excited about the Moto G 4th generation? Fancy getting your hands on this budget smartphone coming summer? Let us know your thoughts below in the comments section.
What's my model number?
There are several ways to locate your model number:
- Option 1
- On your device, go to Settings, then "About device" and scroll down to "Model number"
- Option 2
- Often times you can view the model number inside the device, by removing the battery
- Option 3
- Using Samsung's model/serial number location tool