AT&T is introducing the Moto G Global to their phone lineup.The handset is running Windows Mobile 6.1 and is said to be one of the first devices featuring the latest mobile software on sale to the public.
The handset comes with a great keyboard allowing users to comfortably use text messaging or email services. It comes with CrystalTalk technology, GPS via the AT&T network.
In addition, the handset has superb voice quality and 3G speeds. It comes pre-loaded with Good Mobile Messaging and BlackBerry Connect, an Opera browser and the Documents To Go from Dataviz. The later enables users to view, edit and create Office documents like Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Additionally, they can also read PDF files.
The handset is available just for AT&T customers. “Motorola is proud to provide AT&T customers with one of the first devices featuring Windows Mobile 6.1, and the unparalleled smart phone experience of our MOTO Q Global” said Juergen Starc, Motorola’s vice president of Productivity, Mobile Devices.
The Moto G Global is available for $149.99 with a two-year contract agreement with AT&T.