Motorola Moto G LTE (2014) officially announced

Motorola Moto G LTE (2014)
Motorola has built up a strong portfolio of devices in 2014, including the DROID Turbo, Moto X(2014), Moto E (2014) and the Moto 360 smartwatch, along with the Nexus 6 for Google. Now the company has introduced the Motorola Moto G LTE (2014).

While the last generation Moto G was accompanied by an LTE companion, many were disappointed that the Moto G (2014) was released in only a 3G variant. Fortunately Motorola has finally unveiled an LTE model, which also boasts a few interesting hardware differences under its hood.

Besides adding LTE connectivity, Motorola has also included a bigger battery on the new model, which now comes with a 2390mAh unit (compared to the 2070mAh on the 3G model). Despite the larger battery, the new phone has retained its 11mm thick waistline, but it has gained a little extra weight (155gr vs 149gr).

Moto G and Moto G 2014

Additionally the LTE model is only available with 16GB of native storage, and only comes in a dual-SIM version. You also get Android 5.0 Lollipop out of the box, which is a nice treat for its users.

Motorola has chosen to make the Moto G LTE only available in Brazil at the time of its launch, with no word on its availability in other markets. The new Android smartphone from Motorola has been priced at R$899 (around $335)

sourceLojaoficialMotorola | Motorola Brazil

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