Moto G arrives in U.S. ahead of schedule;

Moto G arrives in U.S. ahead of schedule;

The Moto G smartphone from Motorola is now available to those of you living in the United States. Indeed, this guy has arrived much earlier than expected and is ready for your hard-earned cash. Not too much, mind you, the Moto G only costs $179.99 without a contract.

Starting today, people in the US can purchase Moto G (GSM version) on Motorola.com with no contract, no SIM lock and an unlockable bootloader for USD$179 with 8GB of storage or USD$199 for 16GB.

To be clear, this is only the Moto G (GSM) we’re talking about; the Moto G (CDMA) is still expected in the US in January. Nevertheless, if you have a T-Mobile or AT&T account then you’ll definitely want to think twice about your next smartphone purchase.

Moto G is also currently on sale in Brazil, Mexico, Chile, Argentina, Peru, UK, Germany, France, and Canada and is coming soon to other countries in Latin America, Europe and Asia. Moto G will be in more than 30 countries with 60 partners by early 2014.

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Scott has been running AndroidGuys since 2007 and loves nothing more than reading up on the latest smartphone rumors. His other mobile efforts can be found on Android Update (CNET) where he covers Google's mobile platform.

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