moto-G-review-17Despite the Moto G hardly being the most powerful Android device out there, it has proven to be quite a success which only goes to show that people truly appreciate an affordable device that is well-built. That being said, we have recently heard rumors about a possible successor/variant to the Moto G called the Moto E, and now according to new rumors, it seems that Motorola could also be expanding the Moto G lineup with some variants.

These variants allegedly come in the form of the Moto G LTE and the Moto G Ferrari. The former is pretty obvious since it will basically be the Moto G with LTE connectivity, a feature which is currently not available in the current-gen device and we can only imagine how much more popular the handset will be with LTE. Other than that its hardware is expected to remain the same, so the only difference would be its LTE connection.

Next up is the Moto G Ferrari. Once again the name itself is pretty obvious and while Motorola has not confirmed anything yet, we can only assume this is yet another Motorola collaboration with Ferrari. This isn’t the first time Motorola has created a Ferrari-themed handset so we can’t say we’re too surprised. Once again apart from that, we expect the hardware to remain the same.

Assuming the rumors are true, we can’t say we’re too surprised. After all Motorola recently announced the Moto G Forte, which was essentially the Moto G with a grip shell that comes attached to the phone by default (as opposed to customers have to buy it separately. No word on when Motorola will announce these rumored devices, but if the May rumors are true, we guess we will learn more then.

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5 MP
  • f/2.4 Aperture
2070 mAh
    1GB RAM
    • Snapdragon 400
    • None
    ~$85 - Amazon
    143 g
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    • 16

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