As its name suggests, the Moto G LTE will have LTE connectivity - a feature that’s missing from the original Moto G. While the latter is currently offered in both 8GB and 16GB variants, it’s said that the new Moto G LTE will have only a 16GB model. Reportedly, the LTE-capable Moto G should cost about $260 in Mexico, where it could be released starting June. Its retail packaging might include a Motorola flip shell (normally sold for $29.99). Besides LTE, it appears that the handset will be similar to the Moto G that's already available, so it should offer Android KitKat, a 4.5-inch 720p display, 1GB of RAM, and a quad-core 1.2GHz Snapdragon 400 processor.
Earlier this month, Motorola released a Moto G Forte in Mexico - but this is just an original Moto G that comes with a Grip Shell out of the box.
Another alleged new Motorola smartphone that should be introduced in Latin America soon is the Moto E (which seemingly has three versions: XT1021, XT1022 and XT1025).
At the moment, we don’t know if the Moto G LTE, Moto G Ferrari and Moto E will be available around the world. But we will let you know when we find out.
source: Xataka (translated)