5" Moto G Titan and 4.3" Moto E Styx leaked on a UK retailer's site, full specs and price in tow
1. palmguy (Posts: 510; Member since: 22 Mar 2011)
Even though tech enthusiast will say it's boooring, why doesn't OEM's just do like Motorola did with close to stock Android. Then focus on the sexiest, sleekest hardware possible in their new devices. My 2013 Moto X is snappy, reliable, and has been trouble free from day one. Best phone since, sniff sniff, Palm Pre. :(
4. DogeShibe (Posts: 1111; Member since: 10 Jan 2014)
Asus Zenfone 2 is much , much better option.
5. DeDex (Posts: 108; Member since: 01 Sep 2014)
I was expecting Motorola to have a more aggressive pricing, since the original Moto E is priced at $119 and the 2014 Moto G sports a $179 price tag. Those bumps to $167 and $242 are quite significant if the only thing that changes is LTE connectivity.
I wasn't expecting more than a $30 bump for each, so I'm a bit disappointed if the price is real :'(
7. Phonedingo (Posts: 388; Member since: 16 Aug 2014)
The original lte version had a $30 premium iirc. I'm just bummed that it's still 8 gigs of storage.
10. Jason78 (Posts: 237; Member since: 10 Apr 2013)
Taking the price in British Pounds and doing a simple conversion to the USA dollar is not an accurate way to predict US prices. Electronics are usually much more expensive in the UK. Advertised prices in the UK also include all taxes.
The Moto G 2014 (8GB version) is priced at 150 pounds in the UK which converts to $227. The same phone is priced at $180 in the USA. I expect the Moto G LTE (2014) to cost $175-$195 in the USA.
6. athos07m (Posts: 61; Member since: 22 Apr 2012)
Make it 64-bit (SD410+SD210), add Type-C USB 3.1 connector, keep the stock UI, keep the water-repellent coating and I'm sold. The Moto G 2014 is already so close to what I want.
8. Suo.Eno (Posts: 489; Member since: 17 Feb 2013)
SD210 is still Cortex A7 = not 64 bit last I checked.
13. Furbal (Posts: 945; Member since: 22 Sep 2012)
type c usb would be amazing if it came first on a budget phone
9. Suo.Eno (Posts: 489; Member since: 17 Feb 2013)
RTFA'ed thrice and just went "This better not be real" because none of this is even a qualified "sequel" at all unless if Moto is going for the sub $100 segment? They just give the Moto G 1st Gen LTE a 5" screen then call it a day? Can't be happening...
It's 2015 so all of us should say no to 8GB phones RRPs be damned.
12. D.Luis (Posts: 13; Member since: 18 Sep 2014)
Keep it enlarging the phoness dimensions -.-"
Simple next gen moto E. Same dimensions, more storage, flash and better processor and i'm agree with those prices
14. martian (Posts: 1; Member since: 20 Jan 2015)
Details for moto e lte say it has 4.3in screen (same as original moto e) but the overall dimensions shown are closer to original 4.5in moto g. Seems strange.