An alleged T-Mobile variant of the upcoming Moto G smartphone has been spotted at the FCC recently. The listing reveals model numbers XT1032, XT1033, XT1034, XT1035, and XT1036 which could all be carrier variants in the U.S. except for the XT1032, which is the UK variant of the smartphone. Users however might not be able to buy this smartphone directly from T-Mobile. Instead, they will have to rely on T-Mobile’s MVNOs or Mobile Virtual Network Operators to get the smartphone. The likes of Solavei and Brightspot have recently joined the T-Mobile stable, while MetroPCS sounds like an instant choice for this smartphone.
Considering that the handset is targeted towards budget prepaid carriers, it makes sense for T-Mobile to launch it in the country. The smartphone retails for just $179 in global markets and American customers would be more than happy with this news. Although it lacks 4G LTE support, it shouldn’t be much of a deal breaker given the pricing.
Motorola recently mentioned that the Moto G smartphone would make its way to the U.S. with Android 4.4 KitKat onboard, which is definitely an added incentive for potential buyers.
Via: Phone Arena