Moto G (2015) will cost between $199 to $230 in Canada

Motorola’s newest smartphone will be available in Canada on July 31st. The Moto G (2015) is heading to Bell, Koodo, Telus, Virgin Mobile, and to Wind Mobile “in the coming weeks.”

Motorola stated the cost of the 5-inch Moto G is “about $199″ outright. According to an internal document we received, we can confirm the pricing for this powerful entry-level Android will be $230 no-term and, as expected, $0 on a 2-year term. This is not too surprising as the Moto G LTE (2014) was released at a similar cost a year ago.

The doc was from Telus and other carriers, specifically Bell, will be launching at the $199.95 price point.

The most notable improvements to the new Moto G is improved 13MP camera (the same sensor found in the Nexus 6), and a 2,470mAh battery. In addition, Lollipop-powered Android features IPx7 water resistance.

Read More: Hands-on with the Moto G 2015

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