Left to right: 4.7" Moto X (2013) with 720p, 5" Moto G (2014) with 720p, and 5.2" Moto X (2014) with 1080p

Left to right: 4.7″ Moto X (2013) with 720p, 5″ Moto G (2014) with 720p, and 5.2″ Moto X (2014) with 1080p

Motorola has managed to make its way out of the doldrums, and they kicked things off with the Motorola Droid all those years ago, which proved to be a solid piece of hardware, that is for sure. Having said that, they have since come up with their fair share of smartphones, and the Motorola Moto G proved to be an extremely affordable smartphone that offers plenty of bang for your hard-earned buck – although there was a 4G LTE model of the first generation Moto G which arrived later in the year. Well, it looks like the second generation Moto G which first arrived in September this year as a 3G-only smartphone, too, will be the recipient of a 4G model some time in the immediate future.

This bit of information hails from Motorola’s Brazilian website, where it did make mention of a new version of the handset that will boast of support for 4G LTE. Apart from that, this particular model will also boast of 16GB of internal memory, which is double that of the original 8GB that came with the handset. Apart from that, the rest of the hardware specifications do seem to shape up to be similar.

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  • 1280x720
  • 294 PPI
8 MP
  • f/ Aperture
2070 mAh
    1GB RAM
    • Snapdragon 400
    • MicroSD
    ~$134 - Amazon
    149 g
    Launched in
    Storage (GB)
    • 16
    • 8

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