Motorola's Moto G is probably one of the most iconic devices the company produced .The Budget mid range handset was partially responsible for bringing Motorola back to life after the company swapped hands . The first Motorola Moto G had a decent Snapdragon 400 processor but it lacked 4G LTE . Motorola later launched a 4G variant of that phone in the first quarter of 2014 and now it looks like Motorola is planning to pull the same card next year as well . Introducing the new Motorola Moto G 2014 (4G LTE) version . The leaked specs are apparently from Motorola Brazil's website - The specs are very much similar to past versions of the phone but some changes like a larger battery and the addition of LTE and TV bands for Latin American markets are noted in the spec sheets . The LTE model will look just like the standard GSM model but additional LTE and a bigger battery means the phone is a bit heavier than the standard model . The current GSM Model comes in a 8GB model which means the LTE variant will be the de-facto 16GB option . The phone sadly is still mentioned to carry a Snapdragon 400 chip and 1GB of ram which is slowly starting to show its age in a time of Android Lollipop and powerful apps , a Snapdragon 410 chip would be a welcome sight but that would increase its price if Motorola plans to sell this model at the same $199 price . But we hope Motorola will launch a Snapdragon 410 version with more ram(2GB at least) in the next edition of the Moto G while keeping the current specs .
Written by Rakitha for MasHD
Source - AndroidPolice