Motorola's Brazilian site reveals LTE powered second generation Motorola Moto G

Motorola's Brazilian site reveals LTE powered second generation Motorola Moto G
A new version of the second generation Motorola Moto G has appeared on Motorola's Brazilian website. This version of the second generation Moto G features LTE support and a larger 2390mAh capacity battery (as opposed to the 2070mAh cell on the 3G version of the second edition). The LTE model also features 16GB of native storage as opposed to the 8GB available on the 3G powered second edition Moto G. That means that once the LTE version of the second generation model hits the U.S., we will probably see the native storage double to 16GB on that model as well.

The display appears to be the same on the 3G and LTE versions of the second edition Moto G, which means the new model still features that 5-inch IPS glass and 720 x 1280 resolution. The new LTE model also keeps the quad-core 1.2GHz Snapdragon 400 CPU under the hood, along with 1GB of RAM, and back and front-facing cameras of 8MP and 2MP, respectively. 

One place where you know there will be a difference between the 3G and LTE versions of the second generation Moto G, will be on the price tags. But since the Brazilian Motorola site is not yet accepting orders for the LTE enabled model, pricing remains a mystery for now.


source: MotorolaBrazil via AndroidPolice, AndroidCentral

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Moto G (2014)
  • Display 5.0 inches 1280 x 720 pixels
  • Camera 8 MP (Single camera) 2 MP front
  • Hardware Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 1GB RAM
  • Storage 8GB, microSDHC
  • Battery 2070 mAh
  • OS Android 5.0 Lollipop

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