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Motorola announces the Moto G Ferrari for a Mexico

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Motorola just recently announced new smartphones which came in the form of the Moto E and the Moto G LTE. However for those observant enough, you might be wondering, wasn’t there supposed to be another device? Well you’re right because according to the rumors, a Moto G Ferrari was supposed to be announced as well. Turns out that the handset has been announced, except that it has been announced for Mexico, which might explain why it was not officially announced alongside the Moto E and the Moto G LTE. 

The Moto G LTE, and the brand new Moto E, were not the only two phones announced yesterday by Motorola. In case you missed those, you can catch up on everything, including hands-ons and camera samples. In Mexico, the two new devices were accompanied by a third one. Not a new device per se, but one that addresses a particular chunk of the market: those who want a Moto G Ferrari Edition. Expect the same internals as your regular Moto G: 720p screen, Quad-core 1.2 GHz Cortex-A7, Adreno 305 GPU, 1GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage, 5MP camera, and the rest. However, the changes are on the outside. Aside from the Scuderia badge and Ferrari logo, the phone comes with a Kevlar cover, and unnamed Ferrari accessories. It will cost $4,999MXN (about $387) outright and you should expect it sometime in June.

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