moto-G-review-14When it comes to the best value proposition where smartphones are concerned, I am quite sure that folks who are rooting for the Android camp would definitely find that the Moto G from Motorola is a candidate that is tough to beat. Despite delivering a whole lot of bang for one’s hard earned buck, there is one particular drawback of the Motorola Moto G that seemed to have held some potential buyers back – that is, the lack of 4G LTE connectivity. Fret not, as Motorola is always one company that is sensitive to the needs of their customers, which is why the new Moto G with 4G LTE has been announced.

The Moto G which will now feature 4G LTE support built right in will allow you to enjoy blazing fast internet speeds (relatively speaking to 3G and 2G spectrums, of course) right from the get go, assuming you happen to be in an area where your mobile carrier supports 4G LTE connectivity. The asking price for this particular Moto G 4G LTE? It seems that it will retail for $219 a pop, which ain’t too shabby at all for the 4G LTE upgrade, although this does not signal the end of the road for the original Moto G – yet.

The original Moto G smartphone can be purchased for $179 apiece sans contract. Do you think the updated Moto G will be able to sell even more units?[ Press Release]

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Display
4.5"
1280x720 IPS LCD
Price (approximative)
~$85 - Amazon
Camera
5 MP
Ff/2.4 Aperture Size
Image Stabilization
Weight
143 g
Battery
2070 mAh
Launched in
2013-11
System
1GB RAM
Snapdragon 400 + None
Storage (GB)
16
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