Moto G Coming To U.S. Cellular On February 10 [Rumor]


Motorola’s entry-level Moto G is coming to U.S. Cellular on Monday, February 10, according to an internal announcement that has been leaked online. The device will ship with Android 4.4 KitKat pre-installed, and it’ll be sold off-contract only.

Android Central has obtained a photo of U.S. Cellular’s internal Moto G launch announcement, which was distributed to retail stores on February 5. “U.S. Cellular and Motorola are excited to announce the launch of the Moto G,” it reads, “a new and innovative 3G smartphone designed especially for no contract customers.”


It’s unclear at this point how much the device will cost. Unlocked models sell for $179 in the U.S., but the Verizon-specific variant costs just $99. It’s thought U.S. Cellular’s could be priced closer to the latter, but again, we probably won’t know for certain until the handset goes on sale on Monday.

Will you be picking up a Moto G from U.S. Cellular next week?