Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Motorola Moto G (4G) LTE is official , adds SD card for the $219 unlocked price

Related - Motorla E is official

Motorola hit success with the original GSM Moto G , the $179 phone had good specs that rivaled most Flagship "mini" smartphones that had similar internals for twice the price , The phone sold incredibally well , but customers had two things to complain about , one was Storage , and the second was 4G LTE , well , Motorla has answered all those prayers by launching the Moto G 4G (tongue twister eh?) version with LTE and a SD card slot .

The phone is basically the same as the GSM Motorola G smartphone , The phone still retains its Quadcore Snapdragon 400 processor , 1GB RAM , the Gorilla Glass 3 protected  4.5" 720p IPS display (which has 326ppi)  and the 5MP rear /1.3MP front cameras with rear LED Flash, but the changes come in the form of LTE connectivity and a SD Card slot . which bumps up the 8GB/16GB onboard storage by another 32GB .  The phone has Android 4.4.2 out of the box and is guaranteed for future updates as well . The phone will have the usual connectivity options such as Bluetooth 4.0 LE (low energy) WIFI 802.11 b/G/N , wifi tethering and now it will hit LTE speeds (LTE Bands will be revealed soon, for now ,Motorola says it supports Global LTE) . The phone has a swappable back cover which reveals the 2070mAh battery , which is still non user replaceable .

The anouncement of the Motorola Moto G (4G) comes right after Motorola's 
announcement of the Motorla E - which is the company's first budget oriented smartphone after a very long time .

Source -GSMArena

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