Unknown to many people, possibly even people who live there, Australia was the first country where the Motorola Moto G was first released as a dual-SIM model only a few weeks ago. The 8GB dual-SIM model was released in the great country Down Under in late January, and while it isn’t yet available on the Motorola Australia website itself, it has made its way into quite a few retailers like JB Hi-Fi and The Good Guys for not much at all. Though, granted that all things are more expensive in Australia, the average price of this 8GB model appears to be averaging about $250 AUD, which when compared to the MSRP in America of $179, does seem a little much.
All the same, we’ve got one now, and we’re going to review the hell out of it. And to start, we’re going to do an unboxing video, so without further ado, here is your Motorola Moto G Unboxing video:
One big thing to note about this unboxing, which I wasn’t aware of before I filmed it, is that there have been many complaints about how the Moto G does not come with a power adapter and instead comes with just a USB cable; as you can see from the unboxing, this issue has been rectified for this dual-SIM version.
Stay tuned as our review of the Moto G will be coming a just a few weeks! And as a side note for anybody interested, if there’s anything you want to know about the phone, or how it performs doing specific tasks, leave a comment down below and I’ll see if I can address it in the review.