That is finally changing, as Motorola has announced which carriers and markets will be carrying its new handsets. First up, the Moto G6 (pictured at the top of this article) will be carried by Verizon, TracFone, Ting, and Republic. But if you prefer to just pick up an unlocked variant, you will be able to buy the G6 from Best Buy, Walmart, Fry’s, Target, and B&H Photo. If you are in Canada, the Moto G6 will be available on Videotron.
The Moto G6 Play is launching in the United States from Boost Mobile, Cricket Wireless as the Moto G6 Forge, AT&T, Virgin Mobile, and Verizon. You’ll be able to buy one from Best Buy, Target, B&H Photo, Republic, Ting, and Fry’s as well. For Canadians, the Moto G6 Play will be available from Virgin Mobile, Sasktel, Freedom Mobile, Videotron, and Bell Canada.
It doesn’t look like Motorola will be bringing the Moto G6 Plus to North America.
But wait, there’s more. The Moto E5 Plus (pictured above) is will be arriving in North America with Sprint, Boost Mobile, and Cricket Wireless as the Moto E5 Supra. The Moto E5 Play will also be landing on North American shores with Boost Mobile, Cricket Wireless as the Moto E5 Cruise, Sprint, Verizon, Xfinity Mobile, and Virgin Mobile.
No word on the Moto E5 launching in North America.
As far as pricing and launch dates go, the carriers will be making their own announcements at some point in the future.
So, who’s picking up a new Moto device?