Alongside the ultra-affordable Moto E that was announced earlier this morning, Motorola confirmed plans to launch a 4G LTE-equipped version of the Moto G. It’s the same device we’ve always known and loved, except now you can hop onto the world’s fastest mobile data networks with it (which was the only sore spot for some folks in an otherwise impressive phone).
The 4G version will come with a bit more beefy price tag of $220, which is $40 more than the original currently goes for. If you need a quick refresher, the Moto G is packed with a 4.5-inch 720p HD display, a 1.2GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 chipset, a 5 megapixel camera w/ LED flash, Bluetooth 4.0, WiFi N and 8GB of storage with micro SD card slot.
Dollar for dollar, this is most definitely one of the better values in mobile, though now that you’ll soon be able to grab an insanely powerful OnePlus One for as little as $300 it doesn’t seem as special. Still, that’s an $80 price difference, and if you don’t mind the less-than-exciting specs then this could be a good fit for you or someone you know. Head to Motorola’s site to pre-order yours now.
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