1 / 8

Motorola's Seeks Comeback with Moto G

The Motorola Moto X smartphone, using Google's Android software. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)

Is this Motorola's comeback device?

13 November 2013

Motorola is betting that low-cost smartphones can provide the spark to rekindle its struggling business, even as the company's ownership by Google Inc will force it to sit out of China, the world's largest smartphone market. The company's new Moto G phone, unveiled on Wednesday morning, will be available for $179 without a wireless service contract, about one third of the price of Apple Inc's new iPhone 5C.

What to read next

Answer the Front Door from Anywhere

With Vivint's door bell camera, take your front door with you wherever you go. Call (877) 403-6611 to sign up for a Vivint Smart Home.

The Amex Platinum Card®

40,000 Points Offer & Transform Your Travel Experience. Apply Now!

Acreage Homesites in Heart of Montgomery County

NVHomes at Laytonsville Preserve has luxury estate-style, single family homes starting from the upper $660s. Find your dream home today.

To Investors Who Want to Retire Comfortably

If you have a $500,000 portfolio, download “The 15-Minute Retirement Plan” by Forbes columnist Ken Fisher’s firm.